Below are a few of the questions our customers ask us most often. If there is anything else you would like to know, please don’t hesitate to ask. We’ll gladly do our best to provide you with any information about us or our work that you need. When you’re ready, just click the green Contact Us button to send us a message or to access our other Contact Information.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, we are insured wherever we work. Oklahoma, our home state, requires that we be registered, not licensed. And we are registered statewide in Oklahoma. Our Oklahoma Registration Number is: 800004206. When we work anywhere that requires licensing, we always obtain the proper license(s) before beginning a project.
What is your service area?
Our primary service area includes Oklahoma County and its surrounding counties. However, for larger jobs, we will travel from the Gulf Coast to the Rocky Mountains and anywhere in between.
What services do you offer?
Roofing, construction, renovations and repairs. Check out our Portfolio to see photos of some of our recent work.
Is your work warrantied?
On a case-by-case basis depending on the scope of the project. For roofing, our standard warranty includes 3 years on workmanship unless otherwise stated in writing. Warranties on materials are provided by the manufacturers.
Do you have references?
Certainly. They are available upon request.
Do you use nails or staples to install shingles?
Strictly nails. We never use staples.
Will you put a big dumpster in my driveway?
Only when necessary.
Will you clean up all nails and debris from my yard and/or home before you leave?
For sure. In fact, we’ll clean up nails and debris daily. While the job is still in progress, however, we may leave some of our equipment on site overnight.
Do I need to be home when you reroof my house?
In most cases, it’s not necessary. But you’re welcome to be home if you want. Sorry, it will be a little noisy while we’re working.
Do I have to give you any money down?
Often, no. But it does depend on the scope of the project and if any special-order items are necessary for the job.
When do I have to pay you for your work?
Will you need to see my insurance papers?
Yes, please, when insurance is involved. In fact, the majority of insurance companies even suggest that you share your insurance estimate with your contractor prior to work beginning on your project. Their recommendation is often on or near the front of your insurance estimate. It’s much better to handle any obvious discrepancies, if they exist, before work begins.