Billy Odom Roofing & Construction take great pride in making sure that each and every job is completed the correct way. We believe that homeowners and commercial building owners should always be informed and obtain as much possible information before selecting the best contractor for their project.
At Billy Odom Roofing & Construction, We have compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions to assist you in your search for the best service. Please feel free to review the questions and answers below.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LICENSED ROOFING CONTRACTORS AND THOSE NOT LICENSED?
Licensed roofing contractors simply prove, by voluntarily completing the application process and passing the certification exam, that they have the technical and business knowledge to provide top quality service.
WHY ISN’T THE LOWEST BID ALWAYS THE BEST DEAL?
There are many factors in addition to cost to consider. A roof needs to be done right the first time. Otherwise you may face high repair cost–or even have to have the roof entirely redone.
What are the most common types of roofing?
* Asphalt shingles * Wood shingles or shakes * Tile * Metal
Is there a cost difference in insurance for different types of roofing?
Yes, there is a cost difference in insurance for the different types of roofing. Costs are determined by many factors. The type of material used influences insurance costs. There are various life spans in materials, so the insurance cost depends on that.
What’s the difference between 25-year and 30-year shingles?
30-year shingles weighs much heavier than 25-yr shingles. Their thickened state makes the 30-year shingles much more durable and more warranty on the 30 yr. The appearance of the shingle is more high-definition on the 30 yr.
How much does a new roof cost?
A variety of considerations are needed before an estimate can be done. * Size of roof * Materials to be used * Type of home * Pitch of the Roof
Do we work with Insurance Companies?
Yes, we will be present with notice at any time the customer asks us to be to meet with their Insurance Adjuster.