Most of New York State, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Check, cash, and credit card. We also offer flexible financing options to our customers.
We offer warranties on all our services. Your peace of mind is our top priority! Warranties vary based on service and materials used.
It all depends on the project. Some projects do not require permits, while some may require architectural drawings. But, if you do need permits, we will assist you in the process. Although it is ultimately your responsibility to pay for the permits and all related fees, we make it easier by preparing the paperwork required and guiding you through the process.
Who will manage my project? Will they be available to answer my questions? Will they be on the job site regularly?
We assign a Project Manager to every project we work on to ensure it is properly managed. The Project Manager is available to you by phone and email at all times. The Project Manager is always present while the project is ongoing to insure everything is running smoothly.
The price ranges from $3.50 – $5.50 per square foot.
A typical roof lasts 15-25 years, although the lifespan of each one depends on multiple factors.
Replacing a standard-size roof takes 1 day.
The entire process takes less than a week, but may be subject to material availability (a rare occurrence).
Our receptionist will take your info and schedule an assessment. We will come down and assess your roof, and work with you to create a scope and proposal.
If you suspect that something is wrong with your roof, or if it’s older than 20 years old, the best thing to do is have a professional look at it. If you’re not sure, we are happy to come down and perform a full roof assessment.
Typical prices start at $4.50 per square foot. but it’s best to call us and arrange a free assessment.
Vinyl, fiber cement, PVC, aluminum, and cedar.
Siding should last a long time. It can last as long as 30 years.
Yes. Installing insulation behind the siding increases energy efficiency, because it stops drafts AND keeps heat out, allowing your heating and cooling systems to run less frequently.