FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

We primarily service North Carolina. However, we are willing to offer our services outside of North Carolina in some circumstances. Contact us to find out!

We offer a wide range of roofing services as well as lead based paint renovation. Some of these services include:

  • Roof Repair
  • Maintenance services to keep roofs in top condition and extend their lifespan
  • Roof Maintenance Programs
  • Roof Installation: Clay, Slate, & Shingles
  • Gutter & Downspout Installation & Repair
  • Certified lead-based paint removal and renovation

Yes, we provide 24/7 emergency services to address any roofing problems that arise outside of normal business hours.

Yes, we provide free and comprehensive estimates for all of our services.

Yes, we carry general liability insurance and workers' compensation insurance to protect our clients and employees.

Our installations are performed in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications to ensure that the manufacturer's warranty is not voided. Our workmanship warranty on new installations is ten(10) years. 

When the structure's current roof is not clay/slate, a structural assessment must be performed to determine if any reinforcements will be necessary to support the weight of the roofing material. Clay/Slate tiles are significantly heavier than asphalt shingles.

  • The value that a slate or clay roof can add to a home can vary depending on a number of factors. The cost of the roofing materials, the cost of installation, the location of the home, and the current housing market are all factors that can affect the value that a new roof can add to a home.
  • The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) released a remodeling impact report that found new roofs provide a 109% (or greater) return, which means you could make a profit on your new roof.
  • Factors such as the overall condition of the home and desirability of the neighborhood, also play a role in determining the overall value of a home.

Yes, we have experience working on historical and landmark buildings and are knowledgeable in the proper techniques and materials to use.

LTD stands for “Living The Dream”

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