More Frequently Asked Questions (More FAQ)
Do you have more FAQ, questions about your upcoming project or more roofing questions in general? You’re not alone. Below, we answer several more frequently asked questions, as well as hiring and working with us.
Q: When should I schedule my roof survey?
A: The earlier the better! As soon as warm weather comes, we are up on roofs starting new roofing projects. It’s best to contact us later in the winter to schedule a survey as soon as spring comes to our area. This way, we can start your project as soon as the weather is good for roofing work, “spring time is when we start”. Contact us now …
Q: How much will a new commercial roof cost?
A: Each roofing situation has its own challenges, this will cause the prices of your roofing system to fluctuate. There are many factors that contribute to the price of your new commercial roof. First is the size of your roof, next is the condition of your existing roof, roof access, insulation choice, membrane choice, installation choice, roof penetrations, type of warranty you need. Contact us …
Q: Are you on Facebook?
A: Yes, click here to view us on Facebook and to see our Facebook reviews.
Q: How do I know which commercial roofing system is right for my facility?
A: There are many commercial roofing options on the market like, Spray Polyurethane Foam, “Single-Ply Membrane – TPO”, “Single-Ply Membrane – EPDM”, Sheet Metal, Built-Up roofing (Tar, Asphalt or Modified Bitumen)
Q: I have a roofing emergency or a roof leak on my commercial roofing system, what should I do?
A: If you find that your commercial roof has damage or starts leaking, protect what is in your facility first. This could mean moving furniture to a safe location or covering your valuable equipment to protect it from water damage, snow damage or other types of damage. When your property inside the facility is protected, mark the leak area and give our 24/7 emergency response team a call.
Q: What should I do before deciding on a kitchen renovation?
A: There are 3 things to consider when getting ready to re-do your kitchen. You will need to decide on your new kitchens, layout, the cabinet style, and the colors you need to pick at this early stage of the renovation design. If you’re having trouble deciding on this you can always search the Internet or ask us for pictures of our work.
Q: How much does a finished basement add to the value of my house?
A: An average of 73.9% of the cost of a basement remodeling project is recovered when the property is sold, offering one of the biggest returns of investment among most common home remodeling projects. However, the true value of a basement remodel can’t be computed based on cost recovery alone. source …
Q: My roof repair claim got denied by my insurance, why?
A: Your roof is too old, or you didn’t maintain your roof properly, or your policy doesn’t cover that type of damage. Be sure that you understand what is and isn’t covered by your insurance policy before damage occurs to your home.
Q: Do elastomeric roof coatings stop roofing leaks?
A: When properly applied, a roof coating can be a highly effective barrier to prevent leaks.
Q: Are skylights on my roof safe?
A: YES, new skylights are built to last. Skylights now come with a hurricane-rated glass built to withstand extreme winds and extreme weather conditions, (snow, wind and rain). They’re also safer than vertical windows since they’re placed on your roof and aren’t easily accessible. Some skylights are egress windows, they open wider than other skylights for evacuation, but they’re able to be locked from the inside to keep intruders out.
Q: I’m finishing a basement, do I need Egress Windows?
A: If you’re adding living space to your basement whether it be; a home office, playroom, den, movie room, man cave, or another bedroom, the applicable code most likely requires you to add a means of egress. Check with your local contractor and your local building authorities to find out what codes apply for your situation. Definition; an egress window is a basement window that also provides a “place or means of going out” in case of emergency.
Q: Should I consider installing vinyl siding on my home?
A: Today’s vinyl siding products can mimic wood, insulate your home, and even stand up to tornado-force winds, making vinyl siding a highly desirable exterior cladding option. New insulated siding can add another R2 to R4 to your home. New siding is like “wrapping a warm blanket around your house,” and you will no longer have to worry about those drafts coming through your walls.
Q: What Type of Flooring is Best for a Basement Remodel?
A: If you have a finished basement space and you are happy with the flooring that’s installed, you don’t have to change it. But if you want a new basement look, vinyl tiles or planks, laminate flooring, or ceramic tile is a durable, waterproof options that is low-maintenance and comes in a wide variety of styles, colors, and patterns. But, solid hardwood planks shouldn’t be installed directly over concrete floors and are susceptible to warping when exposed to moisture, so they aren’t the best choice for your basement flooring. Carpet is also prone to issues with moisture in a basement and can become mildewed over time.