Frequently Asked Questions
Many people never have any idea their roof is nearing the end of its lifetime because it is difficult to access a roof. However, there are often signs that it’s time to replace your roof. An outdoor sign you should look for is granules below the gutter downspout. On the inside of your home, water damage, stains and peeling paint indicate potential problems with your roof. After a severe storm, heavy winds, rain and hail could cause damage that should be addressed. If you think that a recent storm might have caused damage to your roof, timeliness is an important factor when filing a claim with insurance. You should never wait until your roof has a leak, is sagging or is missing shingles to address roof problems. These are severe problems that could cause very expensive damage to your home, both inside and out. If you are unsure if you need a new roof, we always offer free, no-obligation inspections.
We only install the very top quality roofs from GAF. GAF is North America’s leading and most innovative roofing manufacturer. GAF Shingles were the first to pass the newest industry standard. This new standard (AC438) uses advanced techniques to predict performance in durability, wind-driven rain performance and extreme-temperature resistance. What that all means is that we can offer you a roof with a 50-year lifetime.
Because of the size of our experienced team, we complete most jobs faster than other companies. We typically finish a roofing project within a day.
Certification and Warranties
In addition to being state-licensed, Assurance Residential is also certified as GAF Master Elite®. This certification tells you that Assurance Residential has a proven reputation and is committed to ongoing professional training. GAF only awards 2% of all roofing contractors this distinction.
What does this mean? When you work with a GAF Master Elite® Certified contractor, you are working with a reputable contractor who has surpassed stringent requirements and is able to deliver a top-notch roof.
Insurance and Financing
Although we would love to save you some money, we are unable to waive your deductible. If a roofing company offers to waive your deductible, what they are really doing is invoicing the insurance company for an inflated amount, so that they can allow you to not pay the deductible. This is insurance fraud, and both you and the roofing company can be prosecuted for the crime.
We do not require any money upfront. In fact, you will not owe anything until the job is done, and you are completely satisfied.