Have your new custom roof installed by Quality Roofing, Restoration, Construction's trained installation technicians.  We have HAAG Certified Roofing Inspectors and Adjusters on staff!  Here is what you can expect before, during, and after your installation:

Roof Replacement Process

1.  Selection:  A Roof Inspector will visit your home to measure your roof and confirm all of your specifications: Style, Color, Options, etc. 

          a. The Roof Inspector will go over waste removal and protection of your landscape.

          b. The Roof Inspector will discuss pre-delivery of materials for the new roof installation.  We will work with you to determine location.

          c. Present any concerns or questions to the Roof Inspector at this time.

2. Single Day Installation:  Our Roofing Specialists will need clear access to your house exterior.  

          a. Make sure your pets are indoors.

          b. If possible, mow your lawn prior to installation to help our Roofing Specialists in debris removal.

          c. If you are having a ridge vent installed, make sure to protect valuables in your attic.

          d. Our Project Manager will address any questions or concerns you have.

3. Multiple-Day Installation:  The roofing site will be cleaned up at the end of each day to ensure you are able to enjoy your house during the installation process.

4. Debris Clean-up:  Our Roofing Specialists will clean up any debris, using a magnet to pick up any nails which may be difficult to see. 

Roof Replacement Options

Leak Barrier 

Leaks can start to form as your house shifts and settles and age, high winds, and hail deteriorate the functionality of your roof.  Quality Roofing, Restoration, Construction provides leak barriers to deal with leak issues before they start.  Many companies call leak barriers an "upgrade". Quality Roofing, Restoration, and Construction provides leak barriers in the valleys of your roof, without any extra charge.  We want to ensure that your roof is extremely durable, without an extra cost.

Roof Deck Protection 

In extreme cases, thick ridges of solid ice that build up along your roof eaves are called "ice dams", and they can cause many problems for your roof.  Wind-driven rain can also cause damage.  You can choose an option called TigerPaw™ which is a roofing felt upgrade that protects your roof deck, compared to the standard 15# felt paper. 

Drip Edge 

You may not be aware that almost all roof shingle manufacturers recommend a metal drip edge for roofing installations.  The drip edge is usually the first option to be omitted in selection of a new roof.  The thought is that if you allow the shingles to hang over the edge of the deck, and into the gutters, the metal drip edge isn't necessary.  The problem is that if the overhang is too short, water will drip behind the gutters and rot the sheathing, stain the siding, and could flood a basement.  Quality Roofing, Restoration, and Construction provides and upgrade option for a corrosion resistant drip edge which we apply along the rakes and eaves.  Sometimes insurance covers this upgrade, if the house previously had a drip edge installed.

Starter Strip 

To help eliminate ice and water damage, we use starter strips instead of starting the roof with a regular shingle.  The problem with using a regular shingle is that it increases the risk of rain and wind damage by placing at one of the most critical areas of your roof.

Ridge Cap Shingles 

Quality Roofing, Restoration, Construction uses ridge caps as part of the standard installation process.  These pieces of roofing material add a finishing touch and enhance your homes beauty and value.

Comprehensive Attic Ventilation 

Our Roof Inspector will guide you through information on your attic ventilation. More is not necessarily better, as you want to keep the number of roof penetrations to a minimum. Having the correct ventilation will help you to not have the problems of mold growth, interior paint peeling, and a higher energy bill. If you think your house will be colder in the winter, be aware that your furnace should not be heating your attic.  Attics with proper insulation keep heat inside the house during winter.  Research studies show that proper roof ventilation is an undisputed benefit to your home.  Let us do the job right for you.