FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How much do I pay for the roof inspection?

It's free of charge in Albuquerque and Santa Fe Areas.

How much do I pay for roof repair?

   The costs of roof repairs vary greatly depending on the condition of your roof, the type of roof you have and how much damage needs to be repaired. The best way to find out the cost is to have a free inspection from one of our roofing specialist.

Can I repair the roof myself?

   Sure, you can DIY by watching tons of Youtube videos and find some practical information on Google, but I recommend hiring a roofing contractor as roof repairs most of the time is a complex process that requires training and experience, plus you can get the warranty for provided service.

How do I know if my roof needs to be repaired or replaced?

   Regular maintenance and upkeep of your roof can help you to stay away from hefty repair expenses. The roof of your house is the most important element of your home, and there is no way possible that you will be able to live in a home without a roof. Whether you should go for replacement of your roof or repairing of your roof, it depends on different factors. Some of the major factors include how much is the total roof surface area that needs repair, what is the type of damage, and how old your roof is. Analyzing all these factors will help you choose between roof replacement and roof repairing.Roofs should be replaced around the 20 to 25-year mark. By this time, important materials begin to fail. If you’re not sure of the age of your roof, there are a few signs it’s time for a replacement. Curled shingles, leaks, missing shingles, mold, internal water damage, dents, and bald spots are good indicators. If your roof is new and you are experiencing these problems, call the company who installed the roof to find answers. Roofs made up of materials like slate, clay, wood, and metal need professional help for roof repair.

What kind of warranty is available for a roof restoration?

   With Coating/Silicone System you can get 20 Year Workmanship and Material Transferable Warranty from manufactures.

   The biggest advantage of having silicone on your roof is that in 20  years instead of replacing the roof again, certified contractor can just apply another layer of silicone and extend the warranty for another 15 years.

How long do roofs last ?

   Average roof last from 15 to 30 years. If your roof reached the 20-year mark, it’s a good time to call a company for a free inspection. Homeowners who are proactive with roofs and inspections will be able to plan better for roof replacement or restoration. The long life of roofs can be attributed to the durable materials and coatings, which are more affordable  and will help you to save money in the end.

What is the cost of roof restoration?

   This is a good question but it depends on three main factors that weigh into this calculation, such as: type of roof, condition and a slope. Luckily, we offer free estimates for potential clients. With no obligation, we will visit your home and provide an estimate for your roof and desired materials.

   You can also fill out the form (home page) for a satellite quote for your roof with the best materials on the market.

How long does it take to restore a roof with the silicone?

   Timelines vary by building size, roofing type, and the company performing the work. At Roof Repair Today, we can usually restore a residential roof with any type of roofing material in two or three days.

   Commercial buildings and large homes may take longer. We work as fast as possible to guarantee your life is impacted as little as possible.

How can I pay for my roof with no money?

  1. Home Insurance Policy.

  2. Payment plans.

  3. Financing Through Contractor.

  4. Paying With Credit Card.

  5. Cash-Out Refinancing.

  6. Home Equity Loan.

  7. FHA Title I home and property improvement loan.

  8. Personal loan.

Do you install roof in the rain?

   Our team always monitor the weather. We do not install roofs when it rains because the rain can adversely affect the quality of the materials we use or of the roof installation. Another reason, the water can damage the wooden roof decking.

Can roofs be repaired in the rain

  The answer is yes. A roof repair can be done when it is raining. Roof Repair Today use the materials for the repairs that cures to any roofing surfaces during the rain.

Is it safe to stay at home during roof restoration?

   Yes, restoration unlike replacement doesn't make so much noise and the products we use do not have any smell at all, so even if you decided to stay home during roof restoration project, we won't bother you much.

What temperature is too cold for a roof restoration/coating?

   The best temperatures for roof coating are between 40 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Most coating products such as Geico, Henry or Apoc can not be applied on the roof when the temperature drops below 40° F, because it requires adhesive products that need the sun's heat for activation.

   Roof Repair Today is certified with GE Silicones and Everest. Their product allows us to apply it on the roof from 0° F, which gives us the opportunity to help our customers even in winter.

How do I prepare my roof for restoration ?

  1. Relocate your vehicles from the driveway.

  2. Move grills and patio furniture away from the work zone.

  3. Identify at least one accessible power outlet.

  4. Talk to your neighbors

How long should a roofing estimate take?

   If you are in need of a new roof, roof restoration, roof repair or tune up, you should be able to get a roofing quote in 3-10 days.

   With Roof Repair Today you will get the professional roof report and the quote the same day we inspect your roof.

Will a roof coating make my house cooler?

   Yes, white silicone system will make your home more energy-efficient and help you to save money on your monthly energy bills up to 35%. Old roof put a greater pressure on your heating and cooling system, leading to higher energy bills.

What is the most common cause of roof leaks ?

1. Penetrations: Pipes, Vents, A/C Unit etc.

2. Chimneys

3. Scuppers/Canales/Drainages

4. Flashings.

5. Skylights.

6. Clogged Gutters.

7. Foot Traffic