• 8-12 years is a good rule of thumb to go by.
  • Check for warning signs.
  • Curling of shingles
  • Loss of granules (bald spots)
  • Evidence of leaking on your ceilings
  • Decaying/missing shingles
  • Wind or Hail damage
  • Ask friends and neighbors who have had roofing work done about their satisfactory experiences with contractors. Research the company.
  • Be sure you’re comfortable with the contractor and the roof system he/she is suggesting. A pro is going to be happy to answer your questions.
  • Research the company. BBB and Reviews on the web is a good source.
  • Insist on a written proposal. You’ll get it from a professional roofing contractor. Examine it to make sure you think it is complete and fair.
  • Do not sign any document until you have had time to review the document.
  • Yes, if you have leaking roof or suspect your roof is damaged, Absolute Construction will gladly inspect your roof. Our representative will walk you through insurance process and give you a detailed description of our approach to roof repair and replacement.
  • There are many factors in addition to cost to consider. A roof needs to be done right the first time. Otherwise you may face high repair cost–or even have to have the roof entirely redone.
  • Yes, Absolute Construction is fully insured with “General Liability” and “Worker’s Compensation” coverage.