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Some questions we're asked frequently
A shingle roof project (for an easy project), would take on average 20 sqs/day. If there are product changes, substitutions or other problems, it can take additional 12 – 24 hours. For hard projects, the average is 20 sqs every 48 hours.
The project total duration will be given after your free inspection where we evaluate the roof conditions and situation.
All contractors have annual work safety certificates. It’s our policy to maintain our collaborators and clients safe, and that is a priority for us.
Additionally, we require or team to use all of the safety equipment – such as harnesses, safety straps, safety nets, hard caps, etc – to implement the project carefully and safely.
Roof leaks are probably the single most common roofing problems plaguing most homeowners. Other issues with roofs are: damaged flashing, broken or missing materials (like shingles or tiles), granules clogging downspouts, stagnant or pooling water (on leaked roofs or flat roofs), freezing damages, tree damage.
We can help you with any roof problem, just book your free inspection and we’ll take care of everything for you!
Slate, concrete, and clay roofing tiles -according to the National Association of Home Builders- are the most durable roofing materials, with life expectancies of 100 years or more.
Asphalt shingle roofs are used in millions of homes in the US. Around 75% of all houses in North America have shingle roofs installed. They are not only appealing, but also highly damage-resistant. With proper installation and maintenance, an asphalt roof can last for more than two decades.
In terms of cost, flat roofs tend to be more expensive than their sloped counterparts because it involves more steps, and they typically require insulation to be installed. If you’re looking for a sturdy, cost-effective roof for your building, a sloped roof is more than likely the way to go.