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Yes, please contact us to discuss your repair needs.

Absolutely. We work with Financeit to offer customers affordable monthly payments on all services valued at $1,000 or more.

We’re always happy to provide you with a free quote for any work your home may need.

Fibreglass shingles are a common choice in Calgary due to their durability and ability to withstand various weather conditions, including heavy snow and high winds. Metal roofing is another ideal option thanks to its longevity and energy efficiency.

It’s best to have your roof inspected annually, ideally in the spring or fall. This enables us to check for any damage from winter or summer and prepare for upcoming weather conditions.

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Laminate shingles have a lifespan of up to 30 years, provided you properly maintain them and have them inspected regularly.

Laminate, or architectural shingles, are durable and offer a more aesthetically pleasing appearance than many of their alternatives. They’re constructed with multiple layers of materials, which ensure protection against wind, rain, and UV rays, and are available in a wider range fo colours than traditional shingles.

To care for rubber roofing, it’s important to schedule regular inspections to check for damage, including tears and separations. The surface should be cleared of debris seasonally.

Rubber roofing is incredibly durable and lightweight, which makes it suitable for nearly any home or business, and with proper care, it can last up to 40 years.

Regular maintenance is important when it comes to preserving cedar shakes. They require regular inspections to detect cracking and rot, as well as frequent cleaning to remove debris, moss, and other buildup that may prevent moisture retention.

Cedar shakes have natural insulation properties and are durable in the face of wind, hail, and other unfavourable weather conditions. Furthermore, cedar has a distinctive aesthetic appeal that can add to the curb appeal of your property and is a renewable resource, making it a more environmentally friendly choice

Modern metal roofing is designed to minimize noise during rain and hail storms. With proper installation, including underlayment and insulation, the sound can be reduced significantly. In fact, many homeowners find that metal roofing is no louder than asphalt shingles.

Metal roofing offers several advantages, including durability, longevity, and energy efficiency. With proper maintenance, it can last as long as 70 years and is resistant to fire, wind, and hail. Additionally, it reflects solar radiation, which can help reduce cooling costs.

The duration of your roofing project can vary depending on several factors. This includes the size of your roof, the scope of the project, and the time of year. On average roofing installations are completed in 1-2 days.

While proper installation by our experienced team will ensure longevity and durability, regular inspections and maintenance, including cleaning off debris and promptly repairing any damaged shingles or leaks, can help extend the lifespan of your roof.

The amount of time it takes to install a roof depends on various factors, including weather, the size of your home, and the materials you select. Once we have your project details, we’ll do our best to provide you with an estimated timeframe.

Before choosing materials for your roof, you should consider Alberta’s climate, as well as the aesthetic you want to achieve, your budget, and durability.

We can install multi-family roofing on apartments, townhomes, condos, and any other type of multi-family property.

Fibreglass shingles are a common choice in Calgary and Edmonton due to their durability and ability to withstand various weather conditions, including heavy snow and high winds. Metal roofing is another ideal option thanks to its longevity and energy efficiency.

The duration of your roofing project can vary depending on several factors. This includes the size of your roof, the scope of the project, and the time of year.

We’re happy to assist with the insurance claim process after hail damage or other issues. We’ll provide you with the necessary documentation to support your claim and ensure it’s processed smoothly.

If you see missing, loose or damaged shingles, water damage or leaks inside your home, sagging, or moisture or frost visible in your attic, your roof is likely in need of repair.

It’s best to have your roof inspected annually, ideally in the spring or fall. This enables us to check for any damage from winter or summer and prepare for upcoming weather conditions.

Asphalt shingles are a common choice in Alberta due to their durability and ability to withstand various weather conditions, including heavy snow and high winds. Metal roofing is another ideal option thanks to its longevity and energy efficiency.

Vinyl siding can sometimes be repaired using a patching kit or specialized caulk; however, extensive damage often means you’ll need to replace an entire panel. Our team can help you find the best solution for damaged vinyl siding.

The length of time it takes to complete a new siding installation depends on various factors, including whether we’re removing old siding from the home first, the type of siding you select, and the size of your property.

Yes, the right siding can help reduce heat loss from your property and, ultimately, reduce energy consumption and costs. For the highest level of energy efficiency, choose siding that’s insulated or allows for additional insulation to be installed underneath.

Maintenance varies depending on the type of siding you have. Vinyl siding may require occasional cleaning or hosing off, while wood siding often needs to be painted or stained every two to three years. Fibre cement and metal siding require minimal maintenance but should be inspected for damage annually.

The lifespan of siding depends on the material and maintenance. When properly cared for, vinyl siding can last up to 40 years, while wood siding may last 20 to 30 years with proper care.

Alberta’s climate varies greatly, with cold winters and hot, dry summers. Choosing a siding that can withstand temperature fluctuations, moisture, and wind is important. Vinyl siding is typically the best choice, thanks to its durability and weather resistance.

The most commonly used types of siding in Alberta are vinyl and metal siding. Vinyl is particularly popular among Edmonton residents due to its affordability and low maintenance requirements.

Any signs of obvious damage, including peeling or flacking pain, leaky gutters, ventilation issues, or strange sounds, can be indicative of the need for repairs or replacement.

You can significantly reduce the need for repairs and extend the life of your soffit and fascia by scheduling an inspection twice per year, typically during the spring and the fall.

If your skylight was properly installed, it shouldn’t leak; however, when this occurs, it’s important to contact our experts as quickly as possible to assess and repair any issues.

This varies depending on the complexity of the project, weather conditions, and material availability. Once we have the details of your project, we’d be happy to provide you with an estimated timeframe.

Fascia is the vertical band that runs along your roof’s edge, supporting the lower roof tiles and holding the gutters in place.

Look for signs such as sagging, cracks, or holes in your eavestroughs or gutters. If you notice water pooling around your home’s foundation, overflowing gutters, or watermarks on your siding, it can also indicate that you need repairs or a replacement.

You should clean your gutters and eavestroughs at least twice per year, taking care to remove any dirt and debris. This prevents blockages and ensures proper drainage throughout the year.

Soffit is the material that’s located underneath your roof’s overhang, bridging the gap between the roof and the siding. It helps with ventilation and protects your rafters from moisture and pests. It’s also important to the structural integrity of your property.

Installing solar panels may affect your manufacturer’s or installer’s warranty. It’s important to discuss this with the contractor who installed your roof prior to purchasing solar panels.

While every policy is different, the most common claims we see cover acts of nature such as hail and wind storms. You may also be covered for damage caused by ice, water infiltration, or fallen trees/power lines. To better understand your coverage, it’s best to reach out to your insurance provider.

After filing a claim, an adjuster from your insurance company will assess the damage and review our estimate. Once your claim is approved, you’ll receive compensation to cover the cost of repairs.

Start by contacting your insurance provider to report the damage; they can guide you through the claims process. Once you’ve started your claim, we’re happy to help handle communications with your insurance provider.

Yes, we’re more than happy to communicate with your insurance provider to ensure a smooth, hassle-free process after your home has been damaged by wind, hail, or other unfortunate events.