What are my options if I decide to Re-Roof?


You have two basic options.  You can choose a complete replacement of the roof system, involving tearing off the old system, or you can do a recover over the existing roof, involving going over the existing roof.  If you have already had one recover then you can not go over the existing roof.


How long does it take to replace a roof?


Re-roof or new construction all depends on the type of roof, the weather, and the inspections needed.  Generally for a small family home it can take a few days to large commercial projects that can take a few weeks to a few months.  As long as your contractor manages the project closely and efficiently, the project should move smoothly.


How much does it cost to replace my roof?


There is no simple answer to how much the bottom line will be for your roofing project. We need a short roofing inspection before we give you a quote, but we have the most competitive prices in the city of Toronto.


What causes my flat roof to leak?


Most flat roof leaks originate at the flashings. Perimeter and surface protrusions like vents and curbs where HVAC units are mounted are prime suspect areas. The flat roof surfaces can defect with the weight of equipment, rain or snow loads, building settling and wind related conditions that can create water ‘ponding’. Stagnant water can breed microbial growth that will deteriorate the asphalt and a whole bunch of other stuff.


Do I have to pay for an estimate?


No, our estimates are always FREE, no charge, no obligation.


What if I sell my home, is the guarantee transferable?


Yes. It is insurance backed and independently administered. Should you sell your house within the warranty period then let us know and the guarantee will be transferred into the name of the new owner – which is added reassurance to them.


Why Are Warranties Important?


The roof is an important investment, typically involving your hard-earned dollars and normally should last 15, 30, 40 years, or more. Always pay attention to your warranty.



What maintenance does my roof require?


In general a roof requires very little maintanance. Always clean eavestroughs since they are major cause of leaks, trim trees and avoid walking on the roof (Especially on flat roofs). Remove debris and inspect your roof at least once a year.


How long should my roof last?


If the roof is maintained properly normal asphalt shingles should go 15 to 25 years. Ventilation plays a big role and is a key factor for warranty as well. One of the  best ventilation option nowadays are solar vents.


I am having a few leaks in my house, should I replace my roof completely?


Not necessarily. Leaks can result from places that can easily located and repaired such as step flashin, counter, dormer, chimney or shingles with exposed. Flat roofs as well, if located properly can be repaired avoiding costly replacements


What factors determine the cost of the roof ?


A very common question is how much does a roof repair or replacement cost? Well, repairing a flat or shingled roof is way less expensive than replacing it. Prices can vary greatly depending on size of the roof, pitch of the roof and the type of roofing materials.


What type of payment do you offer?


We accept Cheque, Debit, Visa and Mastercard. Payment is done after completion.

How to choose a new roof for my house (I have a shingled roof)?


Consider several roofing options, then talk with our roofing specialists and get a free estimates for your house. Asphalt Shingles, Cedar, Tile, Slate and Metal Roof are all good choices. In addition, consider underlayment materials as synthetic paper and ice & water shield.


How to choose a new roof for my house ( I have a flat roof) ?


Well, whether your property is commercial, residential or industrial we basically use the following methods. In most of the flat roofs we apply SBS Torch down (Modified Bitumen) and Tar & Gravel. However, upon is certain cases we do EPDM roofs too.


Why asphalt shingles are so popular?


Around 80 % of residential properties consist of asphalt shingles. They are less expensive, have long durability, are resistible against fire & winds, eco – friendly and easy to install.