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When buying a used home that needs roof repairs or replacement, it is essential to take the time necessary to negotiate what is needed to best set your home, and family, up for success in this new and exciting venture! Roof replacements can be expensive but are necessary for the overall care of your home. At Alliance Roofing, there are a few steps you can take to make the process of negotiating a new roof smoother.
As you begin the process of buying a new roof, one step you do not want to overlook is roof warranty. Alliance Roofing Company can help you understand the kind of warranty you will receive once the job is complete.
Any work you put into your roof is an investment in the quality of your home. When it’s time for roof maintenance, repair, or a complete installation, you need a roofing company you can trust to do the work efficiently, correctly, and safely. That’s why Alliance Roofing Company is proud to provide GAF Master Elite Certified Roofing Contractors to take care of all your roofing needs.
At Alliance Roofing Company, 90% of the products we use are GAF products. All GAF roofing shingles and qualifying accessories come with the assured quality and great coverage provided by the GAF Shingle and Accessory Limited Warranty. GAF Accessories covered under this limited warranty include: GAF Ridge Cap Shingles, GAF Starter Strip Shingles, GAF Leak Barrier Products, GAF Roof Deck Protection Products, and GAF Cobra Ventilation Products. This limited warranty does not cover low-slope membran...
Purchasing a new roof is a major decision and a big investment. Making good choices when replacing your roof will not only add curb appeal and value to your home, but will also provide your family protection and peace of mind for years to come. In the Gulf Coast area, a high-quality roof should last 15-25 years barring any major storm events such as hurricanes or hailstorms. We are often asked about roof warranty options, and this is an area of confusion when selecting a new roof. Here’s a brie...