Let Us Answer Your Most Common Questions About Replacing Your Roof, Siding, or Gutters
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You should also call your insurance agent and start the claim process. Insurance can be tricky, but we’re experts in helping you navigate the claims process.
Yes, hail causes issues that don’t fully materialize for some time. It’s always best to have a professional perform a full inspection find potential issues sooner rather than later. Visit our learning center to find out more about signs of storm damage.
Warranties vary depending on the materials used, but our most common system comes with a 10-year system warranty. Learn more about our warranty options in our learning center!
The answer is no! However, many homeowners decide to upgrade while the work is being done. The additional expenses incurred by the upgrade will be your only “out-of-pocket” expense besides your deductible.
AIC does not offer this, nor does AIC recommend doing this. Multiple layers often exceed recommended weight loads as well as shorten the life span of the “new” roof by as much as half! Check out this article in our learning center to learn more about the pros and cons of overlaying current roofs!
It stands for the three values of our company: Affordability, Integrity, and Consistency. Learn more about AIC and our company here.
No, there are several factors that go into our estimating process. Many of these require us to perform a field inspection so we can verify each of them to give you a more accurate estimate. Check out this blog to see what factors influence the cost!
Yes, we do, and at no charge to you!
Most repairs we perform come with a one year warranty. However, on occasion we encounter situations where a roof repair is not recommended, or able to be done in a way that will resolve the leak with certainty. In this case, we would make our best recommendation to the customer, but ultimately leave the decision up to them. If the repair isn’t recommended but chosen by the customer we would go ahead and do it, with no warranty.
Yes, we do!