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Frequently Asked Questions

We provide services throughout Palm Beach County, Martin County, Saint Lucie County, and parts of Broward County. Check out our service areas for a more detailed map of where we service.

We offer both residential and commerical roofing services ranging from roof repair, roof replacement, roof coating/waterproofing, solar panel installations, blown in attic insulation, and painting services. To learn more about our services check out our services page!

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It can take anywhere from a few days to 2 weeks depending on a few different factors. The most obvious factor that will affect how long it take to replace a roof is the size of the roof, the larger and more complex a roof is, the longer it’s going to take to replace. The next big factor is the type of materials being used, a shingle roof will be a lot faster than a tile or metal roof. Factors such as weather, size of crew, and crew experience will also affect how long it takes.

The answer of whether you should repair of replace your roof depends on multiple factors. The age of your roof is one of the largest determining factors, if your roof is approaching the end of its expected lifespan you’re better off fully replacing your roof. The extent of damage is also important, if more than 25% of your roof needs to be repaired you should probably go ahead and just replace the entire roof. If the extent of damage is isolated to a small portion of the roof and your roof is still fairly young you are better off just getting a repair done.

The cost of a roof replacement depends on a variety of factors. The two most important being the size of the roof and the material being used. The larger the roof the more it’s going to cost obviously. Shingle roofs are generally going to be more affordable when compared to tile roofs, but they also won’t last as long. Keep in mind there can be financial benefits to replacing your roof, such as potentially lower homeowner’s insurance rates and increased property value. While a roof replacement is costly, putting off a replacement when its needed can also lead to structural damage, which will cost you much more down the line.

How long a new roof lasts is determined by the materials used, quality of the installation, and how well it’s maintained over time. Asphalt shingle roofs generally last 15-20 years, whereas tile and metal roofs generally last 25-30 years in Florida. Factors such as where you live and how well you maintain it can extend or decrease the overall lifespan of your roof.

Yes all of our roofs come with a manufacturer’s warranty and a workmanship warranty. The manufacture warranty will cover any defects in the materials themselves over a certain period of time. Our workmanship warranty will cover any issues caused by a faulty installation.

Under the right circumstances homeowner’s insurance will cover partial/full cost of a new roof. The only way to know for your home’s plan is to contact your homeowner’s insurance provider and ask them about their specific policy regarding roof damage. Generally the only way homeowner’s insurance will pay for a roof replacement is if the damage is caused by extreme weather conditions. The amount paid out will depend on the plan you have, there are generally two plans available: one that pays the actual cash value (ACV) and one that pays the replacement cost value (RCV). ACV plans only give you the depreciated value of your roof, meaning you will be paid depending on how old your roof is. The older the roof the less it’s worth, so the less you will get paid. RCV plans are supposed to cover the full cost of a replacement, but generally you will still have to cover some of the cost out of pocket.