The following are the most common questions asked concerning roof repair, replacement, and storm damage:
1. What types of roofs do you install?
Composition shingles, metal roofs, TPO, EPDM, Modified Bitumen, Elastomeric Acrylic Coatings
2. Am I required to make a partial payment before the roofing project commences?
In most circumstances, Watts Roofing does not require payment until job is completed.
3. How long will it take to install my new roof?
The average home can be completed in 1-2 days. Larger square footage and metal roofs can take longer.
4. My roof is starting to show its age. Do you do inspections for free?
Absolutely! We never charge for an estimate, inspection, or evaluation.
4. Do you do repairs?
Yes! Repairs make up a significant portion of our business, and we are always happy to save the homeowner money if possible.
5. I think my roof may have been damaged due to a storm. What do I need to do?
Give us a call or fill out the online form to request an inspection. We will evaluate your roof and if there is evidence of damage, walk you through the process of filing an insurance claim.
6. What is a WPI-8?
A certificate of compliance, or WPI-8, is a document issued by the Texas Department of Insurance and certifies that a home's construction and any structural alterations or repairs are made to withstand high winds that occur on the Texas coast. With few exceptions, a WPI-8 is required to obtain coverage with TWIA.
7. Do you replace fascia boards?
Yes! In fact, the perfect time to replace fascia boards is during the roofing process.
8. Do you install siding?
Yes! Many home owners elect to have us do other exterior repairs at the same time.
8. Do you install gutters?
Yes! Gutters play an integral part in your roofing system. If they can't do their job properly, water can back up onto your roof causing leaks and eventually damage to the decking.
9. What type of warranty does Watts Roofing provide?
Most GAF Lifetime Roofing Systems installed by Watts Roofing come complete with a 10 year labor warranty and a manufacturer's 50 year non-prorated warranty. Other roofing systems and repairs may vary depending on the manufacturer.
10. Are you a licensed contractor?
Unfortunately, the state of Texas does not require roofers to be licensed. There is no roofing contractor licensing in Texas. This means that you, as a homeowner, must be very careful in whom you select to install