Q. Are you fully licensed?
A. Yes. We are licensed by the Maryland Home Improvement Commission.
Q. Are you insured?
A. Yes. We carry the proper classification to perform all roofing on residential homes. Certificates of insurance are available upon request.
Q. Will you follow manufacturer’s
A. The will be a minimum of one person on the job site who has been fully trained and tested on installation specification put forth by manufactures to ensure specification will be followed.
Q. How will roofing shingles be fastened?
A. We follow manufactures specified nailing patterns and using proper length nail. We use hammer and nail method.
Q. Will all the flashing be replaced?
A. In most situations, roof replacement includes replacement of all components of the roof including flashing, flanges and vents.
Q. Will my gutters have to be removed in
order to replace my roof?
A. In most cases they do not. If I feel it is necessary or may become necessary I will provide and additional estimate.
Q. What happens if you find bad wood?
A. Bad wood will be replaced at an additional cost either per square foot or linier foot. You will find this cost at the bottom of your contract.
Q. How many layers of shingles are allowed
on a roof.
A. Building code allows 2 layers of shingles.
Q. When will you start my roof?
A. Upon receiving a signed contract you will be put on a “to do list”. Work will be performed in the order the contract is received. Waiting periods generally range between 3 to 8 weeks depending on weather restrictions. Emergency repairs can generally be performed on a much quicker as needed basis.
Q. When tearing off and replacing my roof,
what measures do you take to protect my home’s exterior and landscaping?
A. Plywood and tarps are used as necessary.
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