What type of roofs does Red Stick Roofing replace?
Standard shingle of any weight or style
Lamarite slate (slate “look alikes”)
Terra Cotta tiles
We also replace specialty roofs so call us and we can make a determination on how we can help you.
What is Red Stick’s process for fixing my roof?
2. Remove and dispose of all debris
3. Replace any rotted decking (this is an additional charge per square foot)
4. Apply specified underlayment for type of roofing to be installed
5. Apply ridge vents, plumbing vents, valley metal, and drip edge as necessary
6. Apply new shingles of customer’s choice to the new roof
What is the difference between roof replacement and roof repair due to some form of disaster?
Roof replacement after a disaster is repaired due to a storm or another weather-related casualty claim against your insurance carrier.
Do I have to experience a disaster for you to fix my roof or can you replace it if it’s aged or worn out?
What is the procedure to convert a residential shingle roof to a metal roof?
2. Install a “hat” section directly through the tertiary roof panels and secondary perlins
3. Install new roof panels over the existing roof panels
4. Install trim
The manufacturer guarantees the system against leaks and the installer backs it up for a period of three years. The wind lift will meet code and original building specifications. A retrofit job can be completed at the rate of approximately 1,500 square feet per day.
To what type of building can the retrofit procedure be applied?
How does a retrofit reduce costs?
2. There is no additional interior work
3. It eliminates the removal of the mastic on thousands of screws
4. There is no risk of widespread corrosion and having to replace the roof, or at least a portion of the roof
How can I tell if I should consider a retrofit?
A layer of mastic
A layer of fiberglass mesh
A third layer of mastic
A final coat of the sprayed finish coat aluminum mastic
Disaster Guidelines Restoration
What kind of restoration does Red Stick Roofing, L.L.C perform?
Who decides what needs to be repaired?
What is this going to cost me?
Generally, there are only three things for which you, the homeowner, are responsible.
1. Deductible -The deductible for any insurance loss is the first portion that the insured must pay the contractor for any repairs completed. The dollar amount is spelled out in your insurance policy contract. We take all major credit cards for the deductible.
2. Depreciation -This only comes into play if you do not have replacement cost insurance. Questions on depreciation need to be addressed to your insurance carrier.
3. Additional Items -You must pay for any additional work, improvements, or updates that are not part of the actual insurance claim. Some policies provide the insurance company with the ability to pay actual cash value with the replacement cost paid only after repairs are complete.
What do I do if I have a question or complaint?
We understand that while repairs are under way you will have many questions. Should a question or problem arise, we would ask that you contact our office first. Someone there will get you in touch with the project coordinator or estimator best qualified to answer your questions. Red Stick Roofing owner, Greg English, can also answer your questions.
He can be reached anytime at (225) 610-5575