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Do I need to contact you if my roof isn't leaking?
We have seen leaks take as little as a week to two months to develop. If we see signs of damage, we’ll go over all your options with you.
My roof seems fine and I have insurance. Isn't that enough?
Although that’s mostly true, most companies will usually pay up to two sheets of decking and more than that will usually be billed to the client.
Also, insurance won’t pay if there are signs the leak has been there a while, has aged significantly or is rotten because the client’s negligence.
How to check for a leak when it's not raining?
The best way to check for leaks is to go into the attic if you have access and see if there’s a lot of moisture. Some of the roof decking may have mildew and the insulation may be wet too. You can go to the roof and check the devices individually, but we rather you call us.
My roof is brand new, why does it need to be inspected?
We have found that sometimes builders build these roofs so fast the may miss key areas that cause leaks, or perhaps the manufacturer had a recall on the product installed and the only way to hold them accountable is within the first year.
I'm scared my roof is in bad condition and will be too expensive.
No matter what your budget is, we are here to help. If we have to do pieces at a time, get insurance involved or see about payment plans, we are here to help.
2911 A.W, Grimes #710, Pflugerville, Texas
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