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Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I replace my roof?
Your new roof should last you a minimum of 15 years, depending on the system. Life can be extended upwards to 30 years with routine, preventative maintenance.
Does homeowner's insurance cover my roofing repairs?
Depending on your coverages your homeowner's insurance is inclined to cover any damages sustained to your property as a result of a storm-related incident.
Does my homeowner's insurance cover stucco and paint repairs?
Depending on the storm's impact to your home's exterior, your policy should cover repairs to your home's stucco/siding and/or paint.
How often should I repaint my home?
A fresh coat of paint-over-primer should last you a minimum of 15 years. This could vary depending on sun angle/exposure to your home's stucco/siding.
Do you offer financing options?
Yes! Homeowners can apply for 0% financing for 18 months with min. 620 credit score.
Do you work with insurance claims?
Yes! We will even work with your insurance company on your behalf to ensure they have every detail they need to properly and accurately file your insurance claim and get you the coverage you need.
Can cracked stucco cause leaks?
Cracked stucco should never be left unattended. Cracks on stucco are no different than cracks on your roofing system. The tiniest of crevices is enough to cause alarming water damages.
What is the difference between a shingle and a tile?
A roofing shingle is an asphaltic material that is nailed over a vapor barrier. A roofing tile is an individual piece of masonry, stacked/locked onto battens that are mechanically fastened over a vapor barrior.