Yes, RSJ carries liability insurance in the amount of 1,000,000 per occurrence.
Do you have a roofing contractor license?
No, RSJ is considered a limited service specialty contractor and we are not required to have a contractor license to perform roof repairs or replacements in the state of GA.
Do you offer a warranty for your roofing work?
Yes, RSJ offers a two-year labor warranty on all roof replacements. This covers all labor related issues that may come up in the two years following your replacement. Shingle manufactures also offer warranties based on manufacturing defects. These warranties differ between companies, so contact us for more information.
How do I know if I need a new roof and what are signs to look for?
Here are a few signs that your roof may need to be replaced
Shingle edges are curled or cupped
Bald spots where granules are missing
Roof looks old and worn
A good question to ask yourself is, “are my neighbors getting new roof”? Homes built around the same time period and experiencing the same type of weather conditions can mean that your roof is nearing the end of its useful life as well. Get a professional’s opinion. RSJ offers free roof inspections and we’ll let you know what we find and recommend if it’s time for a replacement.
How do I know which type of shingles will be best for my roof?
There are multiple different styles of shingles, the most popular being architectural. Both for the look and style. But also because of the better performance and longer shingle life. Architectural style shingle comes with longer warranties and higher wind speed guarantees.
Do I need to replace my gutters and downspouts as well?
Not necessarily, but if the roof is in bad shape, it stands to reason that the gutters may have to be replaced along with the roof covering, but there are ways to determine if gutters really need to be replaced. It is a good idea to survey the gutter situation before arranging for their replacement. It is as simple as walking around the perimeter of a house and inspecting the gutters. If gutters are cracking, sagging, leaking, separating, creating water flow, or are displaying major dents or creating water damage to the homes soffit, fascia or roof decking, it may be time to replace them.