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Q? WHAT TO EXPECT FROM HULL & SONS ROOFING CONTRACTORS?
A. Hull & Sons Roofing is an independent family-owned company. We off over 45 years of professional experience within the roofing industry in Commercial, Industrial, and Residential, with a strong emphasis on dependability, customer service, and quality workmanship.
Q? SELECTING THE RIGHT ROOFING CONTRACTOR?
A. Make sure the roofer contractor is Licensed, Fully Insured, and Bonded. Also, check their rating on the Better Business Bureau. Click Here to check out ours.
Q? DOES ROOF DEBRIS GET into MY LANDSCAPING?
A. We cover all landscaping close to the project. If any debris gets into your landscaping it will be picked up by the end of the day.
Q? DOES HULL & SONS ROOFING OFFER MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS?
A. Yes. We offer maintenance contracts.
Q? WHAT IF IT RAINS DURING MY ROOF JOB?
A. We have a full-time Superintendent whose priority is the well-being of your project. He keeps a constant eye on the current weather forecast and stays in touch with the onsite foreman for exact weather conditions at your location.
Q? WILL THERE BE NOISE DURING THE ROOF PROCESS?
A. There will only be noise during working hours that the city will permit.
Q? WILL THERE BE ANY VIBRATIONS DURING THE ROOF PROCESS?
A. Throughout the re-roof process, we will be loading the roof and moving materials that may cause vibrations to the interior walls and ceilings to your home, especially during the roof removal segment. We are very respectful and as careful as we can be to your property, but keep in mind, complete elimination of vibrations is impossible.
Q? WHAT QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN SELECTING A ROOF CONTRACTOR?
A. Is the Roofing Contractor Licensed?
How long has Roofing Contractor been in Business?
Have they changed their name recently?
Q? WHAT IS ASPHALT-SATURATED FELT?
A. Asphalt-saturated felt is the oldest and most popular underlayment type that roofing professionals have been using for decades. It is made from organic or fiberglass substrate. The felt is saturated in crude oil byproducts to make the paper firm enough to be water-resistant.
Q? WHAT IS RUBBERIZED ASPHALT ROOFING
A. Rubberized asphalt can refer to a variety of underlayments that all have one thing in common: They have a rubber-like look and feel to them. Most of these products are a peel-and-stick underlayment, which means that instead of requiring fasteners, installers need only peel off the membrane to adhere them to the roof.
Rubberized Asphalt Roofing
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