Do You Offer a Warranty for My New Roof?
We stand behind our work at Endless Summer Roofing Co. All of our roof installations warrantied against workmanship defects for 10 years. We are able to offer a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty.
How Can I Afford My Roof??
Endless Summer Roofing offers financing options for full roof replacements and large repairs. We would be happy to walk you through these options. Click here to learn more.
I’m Looking to Sell My Home, Will You Do a Roof Inspection?
Having your roof inspected is a great selling point. Give us a call at 904-357-0722 and book your roof inspection so we can help you get your home sold!
How do I Know if I Have Storm Damage?
Storm damage to your roof can’t always be seen from the ground. You may notice raised shingles, curled shingles, or some missing shingles that have blown off. It is best to have a trained professional inspect your roof for damage that isn’t always visible to the untrained eye.
What Problems Can Arise from Storm Damage?
Storm damage can cause the shingles on your home to lose granules. These granules protect the matting of the shingles from sunlight. Loss of granules can cause premature aging, possible leaks, and mold. Storm damage will also void the warranty of your shingles.
What is My Time Frame for Filing a Roof Claim?
Most insurance companies have a limited claim period. Typically if you have not filed a claim or complete all of the necessary repairs within a year of the date of loss, you r insurance company will not be required to fully indemnify you for your loss. You should file a claim as soon as possible to ensure that all work will be completed before the insurance company’s statute of limitations.
How Can Endless Summer Roofing Co. Help Me?
Our trained roofing professionals can perform a free inspection of your home’s roofing structure to determine the scope of your storm damage. We will meet with your insurance adjuster and work with your insurance company to ensure that all necessary damage is covered, and will help you restore your home’s roof structure to it’s original condition.