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How is G and Bros Roofing LLC different from its competitors?
G and Bros Roofing is the go-to locally owned and operated mom-and-pop roofing contractor. With the owner being hands-on and committed to helping you solve your roofing problems and prevent future ones, we guarantee you won’t be disappointed with the service you receive.
Do you offer financing?
Yes, G and Bros Roofing offers financing options for customers. Loan terms range from 2 years to 7 years, so customers can find a payment plan that works best for their budget. We understand that making payments can sometimes be difficult, so we want to make it easier and hassle-free for our customers. We offer competitive rates and flexible payment plans to make sure our customers are taken care of. Contact us today to learn more about our financing options.
Do I need to be there for the estimate?
We can provide an estimate for any roofing project without the homeowner needing to be present. However, it is encouraged for the homeowner to be present during the estimate so that we can discuss the different options available for the project. This may include materials, colors, or types of roofing that may be more suitable for the home. G and Bros Roofing can also answer any questions the homeowner may have about the project. This can help ensure that the homeowner is comfortable with the estimate and the scope of the project.
How long is an estimate good for?
Estimates are generally valid for up to 30 days and can be used to secure financing, compare contractors, and create a budget for the roofing project. It is important to note that materials costs can increase during the 30 days and the contractor may need to adjust the estimate accordingly.
Why do I need a roof warranty?
A roof warranty is an important part of any roofing project. Architectural GAF shingles come with a lifetime warranty at no extra cost. This warranty covers both manufacturing defects and the performance of the shingles over time. It provides peace of mind that the shingles will continue to perform as expected, even when exposed to harsh weather and environmental conditions. Additionally, the warranty can provide coverage for any repairs needed due to manufacturing defects. With a roof warranty, you can ensure that your roofing project is of the highest quality and will last for years to come.
Why do I need ridge vents?
Ridge vents are a critical component of a roofing system, as they provide proper ventilation for attics and other enclosed roofing spaces. According to the 2009 IBC International Building Code, ridge vents are required for any roofing system with a pitch of 3:12 or greater. Ridge vents are installed along the ridge line of the roof and allow warm air to escape from the attic. This helps to reduce the risk of moisture buildup, which can cause damage to the roof and the building structure. Ridge vents also help to extend the life of roofing materials, as they allow heat to escape and reduce the temperature in the attic. Properly installed ridge vents are essential for a safe, well-ventilated roofing system.
Does G and Bros Roofing have their own crew?
Yes, we have our own crew of in-house, trained, experienced, and professional roofers who are dedicated to providing the best roofing services available. Our crew is equipped with the necessary skills and expertise to handle any roofing job, big or small. We take pride in our work and ensure that all of the roofing projects we take on are completed to the highest standards of quality. All of our crew members have years of experience in the roofing industry and are committed to providing the best customer service possible. We are confident that our team can handle any roofing project you may have and can guarantee that you will be satisfied with the results.
How long will it take to replace my roof?
Replacing your roof typically only takes one day for a one-story single-family home. However, the time it takes to complete the job is subject to the mercy of Mother Nature. If the weather does not cooperate, G and Bros Roofing may need to complete the job on another day. Additionally, if the roof is two stories, the roofing contractor may need to take more time to ensure the job is done properly.
Does your crew clean up before you leave?
Yes. We use a magnetic broom to pick up all the nails that made it to the grass. Our site supervisor will also conduct a thorough walk around the job site to make sure that everything is completed to our standards.
Is roof cleaning harmful to shingles?
Not at all. In fact, G and Bros Roofing recommends that homeowners do annual maintenance on their roofs to ensure that the roof lasts its proper lifespan. We recommend avoiding pressure washers and opting for a soft-wash technique instead.
Do you provide drone inspections?
Yes, we do! Not many roofing contractors in our region utilize drones for roof inspections. Homeowners love drone inspections because we’re able to instantly give you a birds-eye view of your roof and any issues going on.
What residential roofing materials do you install?
We install GAF asphalt shingles and metal roofing panels.
What components make up a full roofing system?
A complete roofing system is much more than just shingles! A full roofing system includes plywood roof decking, felt or synthetic underlayment (also called an ice and water shield), shingles (or other roofing material), roof vents, and flashing.
What warranties do you offer?
We offer the GAF Limited Life-Time Warranty, Mule-Hide 20-year warranty, Carlisle 20-year warranty, and 5-year workmanship warranty.
What commercial roofing materials can you install?
We repair and replace TPO, PVC, EDPM, and metal roofing materials.
What kinds of commercial properties can you serve?
We can install roofs on any commercial property, including offices, churches, retail stores, restaurants, warehouses, schools, and more!
What is TPO roofing?
TPO stands for thermoplastic polyolefin, and it’s a single-ply white roofing membrane used on low-slope roofs. Since TPO is white in color, it reflects heat instead of absorbing it, which keeps the building cooler.
Do you install gutter guards?
Yes, we do! Gutter guards help protect your gutter system from clogs that can ruin your gutters. Plus, it takes the task of gutter cleaning off your to-do list.
What types of gutters can you install?
We most commonly install 5 and 6” seamless gutters, but we can also install K-style gutters and European-style gutters.
What is OnDeck?
OnDeck is a PVC membrane that gets applied over your deck to give it the look of stone without the price or maintenance responsibilities of real stone. It also gives a waterproof protective layer to your deck.
Is OnDeck slip-resistant?
Yes! The OnDeck PVC membrane is slip-resistant and waterproof.
Does G and Bros Roofing provide insurance claim assistance?
Yes! If your roof was damaged by a storm and you intend to file an insurance claim, we’ll help you navigate the process.
Can G and Bros Roofing meet with my insurance adjuster?
Yes, we can be present during your insurance adjuster inspection to ensure they don’t miss any areas of damage that we found.
Do you provide emergency roof repairs?
We can provide emergency roof service during our business hours that includes shingle patchwork, installing tarps, and waterproof roof cement.
Where is G and Bros Roofing located?
Our company is located in Salisbury, Maryland, and we serve the greater Eastern Shore Maryland area, including Dorchester County, Wicomico County, Somerset County, and Worcester County.
How much money can I borrow with your financing program?
Qualified customers can finance up to $100,000 for their projects!
Is there a minimum amount I would have to finance?
Acorn Finance requires a minimum loan amount of $1,000 in Maryland.
Are there any penalties for early repayment?
No! You can pay back your loan early if you’d like, and you won’t be penalized.
How long does it take to get approved for financing?
Not long at all! The preapproval application only takes a few short minutes. You’ll get approved during business hours, and you can receive your funds in as little as one business day.