TIME FOR A NEW ROOF?
It’s OK. We’ll give you “Peace of Mind”.
We know you’ve dreaded it for a long time, but now you’ve finally got to replace your roof. Don’t panic though, because you’ve come to the right place. At Gorilla Roof, we make the roofing process simple. We’ll send out a qualified roofer to give you a free estimate. He’ll explain everything we’re going to do on the roof and will answer any questions you have. We’ll always give you several different shingle options that we recommend so you can choose the right fit for your home. If you’re interested, we can even give you some addresses of houses that we’ve roofed so that you can get a better idea of what a certain shingle style and color will look like on your home!
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STORM DAMAGE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT
Storm damage repair eliminates roof leaks caused by severe weather. Damages caused by driving rains, high winds and beating hail can wreak havoc on your rooftop. As the first line of protection against the elements, you can’t afford to risk a leak. We offer 24/7 emergency roof repair to get to problems quickly. We’ll prevent the other issues that can come with water penetration, like mold growth and wood rot.
Storm damage repair can save your home!
Call 303-502-9999 now!
WE DO ROOF REPAIRS, TOO.
And our repair guys are awesome.
There are many roofing problems that can be solved without having to replace the entire roof. That’s why we have a full service roof repair division! Our roof repair experts are great at diagnosing roof issues and fixing roof leaks. We are always happy to come out and take a look. We’ll give you a free, no-obligation, roof repair estimate and our honest assessment of the condition of your roof.
Our repairmen are extensively trained and have years of experience. At Gorilla Roof, pride ourselves on being able to identify problems and fix them affordably.
Roof replacement can give homeowners a durable new roof installation that will protect your family and your property for years. Stop worrying about having to make repeated repairs every season. If every storm brings fresh roof leaks and another visit from your insurance adjuster, it might be time to consider calling our roof replacement company.
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What other signs might warn that you need a roof replacement? Of course, you should rely on a roofing company for a complete evaluation, but there are simple and safe inspection methods that the homeowner can and should perform several times a year.
Roof Replacement Signs
If you can access the underside of your structure from inside an attic, there are tell-tale indicators that roof replacement is in order. Try to conduct your examination on a sunny day and have an assistant turn off the lights so you can spot pinholes of outside light. Pay close attention around chimney flashings and valleys. If light can enter, then moisture is entering, as well.
We look for moisture stains on the sheathing, framing and insulation and check the sheathing for rot or mold and mildew. Any of these conditions require immediate repair and possibly roof replacement. Sagging sheathing is a sure sign that your structure is at the end of its useful life.
For safety sake, it’s not necessary for you to climb on top of the house. Use a pair of binoculars to get a close look at your shingled surface. If you see cracked or curled shingles, or shingles that are loose or missing, you no longer have adequate protection from the elements. Obvious defects in the flashing around chimneys and in valleys are a sure sign of future problems. If these joints are caked with layers of tar due to repeated roof repair, the material will age and fail and should be replaced with proper metal flashing. Call us and we’ll perform a full inspection.
Shingle Roof Replacement
One easy test for asphalt shingle roof is to look for excessive granules washing off of the surface. Look in gutters when you perform a cleaning and around downspouts anytime. Shingle roofs begin to release more of their granules at the end of their life span. A steady collection of granules under your eaves indicate that it’s time for a roof replacement.
The expected life of a shingled structure is anywhere from 15-30 years, depending on local conditions and the quality of the original installation. If your roof is at least 15-20 years old and you spot any of these indications, a roof replacement might be the best choice to head off costly emergency repairs.
When your roof is damaged you need to have a professional inspect your roof. You need an advocate to meet your insurance adjuster. This ensures that all of the storm damage is addressed. This ensures that all damaged items and code upgrades are accounted for so your insurer pays for them and not you. Your “Peace of Mind” is critical so we will be happy to assess the damage, help you with the insurance process and get the repair or replacement done quickly and on budget. The insurance company brings out a professional to protect them. You need the same to level the playing field.
ROOFING DAY PREPARATION
We know that having construction done at your home can be an inconvenience and we are going to do everything we can to be finished as soon as possible. The following list was compiled to help ease some of the stress… Please read the items carefully and do a thorough walk through of your home and yard before we begin the project.
BEFORE CONSTRUCTION BEGINS:
- Remove hanging objects or pictures from walls, and any breakable objects from shelves as they may fall due to the vibrations caused by working on the roof.
- Keep small children and pets inside or away from the work area at all times.
- cover pools, hot tubs, ponds or other water features which could be affected by falling debris.
- Move all outdoor potted plants indoors.
- Park vehicles away from the house, out of the driveway.
- Disarm burglar alarms, vibrations may activate them.
- Move outdoor lawn furniture away from the work area.
- Do not run sprinkler the night before or during construction.
- Cover objects in the attic and garage if it has no ceiling.
- Provide access to your driveway.
- This is necessary for suppliers to load shingles onto your roof and also for the roofing crew to load tear off into dump trucks and haul away.
- The roofing crew will need to be provided with a source of electricity and water.
- There will be nails and debris around your house and in your driveway.Please walk carefully and do not drive on your driveway during construction.
- When entering or leaving your home, exercise caution.Debris and other objects may fall form your roof.
- Check to make sure that all gates are closed before letting pets outside.
- Watch for overlooked nails. (we always use a magnet to pick up loose nails but sometimes one gets missed.)
- Leave Permits up until City of County does the final inspection, if applicable.
- Check furnace and water heater vents to insure that they are connected at the unit.
- They may come loose when the new vents are installed.
NO INSURANCE HEADACHES.
Insurance claims can be complicated, and it’s important to work with a contractor that has experience in dealing with these claims. The good news is that we’ve been helping homeowners deal with insurance claims since 1985 and we have an insurance adjuster on our staff to create clarity. We work within the insurance estimate and supplement for any items that are missed or are found as we do the roof. This ensures that you are not charged for items the insurance company should be paying for. We communicate effectively with your insurance company to ensure that all you will have to pay is your deductible. We work with all insurance companies, so no matter whom your policy is with, you can be sure we’ll be able to help. We take “Restoring Peace of Mind After the Storm” very seriously so sit back knowing you are being taken good care of.