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Yes we do.  I've been told many times that I spent more time inspecting their house and property than the adjuster from their insurance company.  I take dozens of high resolution photos and show you the damages.  Then if any damages weren't on the initial claim I will meet for a re-inspect with the adjuster to address any discrepancies.   I treat the adjuster with the utmost respect and over 95% of the time the claim is adjusted to cover the additional damage and an additional check is issued.   Many of the adjusters have asked for my card to recommend me.  (See reviews)

Yes we do. Please setup a free estimate for detail information.

Some will wear out faster due to severe weather and environmental conditions, while others could last longer. Most roofs, however, are designed to last between 15 and 25 yearsThat is the life expectancy of the average roof system.

The life span of a roof system is determine by a number of factors, like: roof system design, material quality, material suitability, building structure, proper installation, local climate, periodic maintenance, and much more. Material quality is especially important because some roof system types such as clay tile, slate and (certain) metal can last longer.

When choosing the materials for a new roof (or when hiring a professional, make sure to check the warranties on the materials. Most roofing manufacturers offer warranties on their products and you should be wary of any manufacturer that doesn’t.

Most people think that a leaking roof needs to be replaced, this may not be the case unless the roof is really old and intensive damage to the entire roof. Missing, cracked, broken, and curling shingles can be repaired and replaced to stop a leak, while older roofs or roofs with multiple leaks or widespread issues should be replaced.

Every roof is different, as well as what the roofers will find when they get up there. It can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days depending on the size and the scope of the job. Please have our roofer visit you and inspect your home to determine scope of the job and time.

Yes; we do take credit card payment and cash.