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ROOFING 101

Welcome to our Roofing 101 page. Here we’ll dive into common questions people have before getting a new roof. You’ll learn:

How to Know When to Replace Your Roof

You think you might need a new roof, but you’re not sure how to tell. Well, here are some signs to look for which might indicate it’s time to replace your roof.

  • Missing or broken shingles
  • Cracked or curling shingles
  • Black sand or tiny gravel (granules) in your gutters or coming out of your downspouts
  • Algae, lichens, moss, or black streaking
  • Leaking and/or water spots in your ceiling
  • Hail or wind damage
  • Your roof is over ten years old

If you have one or more of these signs, it’s a good idea to contact a licensed and insured professional roofing company for a roof inspection.

How to Hire a Contractor

As you begin your search for a professional roofing company, there are several important factors to keep in mind. We believe in providing education because we think the more you know, the more likely you will choose the professionals at Schoenherr Roofing for your roofing project.

Does the other company have?

  • A physical office with regular business hours
  • A full-time team to serve you
  • A free expert inspection of your roof and attic
  • Free expert consultation to educate you and present you with options
  • Licensed for at least 26 years
  • In good standing with the State
  • Insurance with $1,000,000 of workers compensation coverage
  • Insurance with $2,000,000 of general liability coverage 
  • Backing by multiple shingle manufacturers
  • A good reputation with 3,600 completely satisfied customers
  • A strong presence in the community
  • A strong presence on the internet
  • A nominal deposit requirement (Don’t ever pay in advance or put half down)
  • Expert “in house” technicians installing the shingles (NOT subcontractors)
  • Expert installation with proper ventilation is mandatory for your new roof to last

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