Roofing covers a lot more than just the shingles!
It’s important to consider the big picture when planning your roofing project. Your entire roofing system includes shingles, exhaust and ventilation, felt, ice and water shield, plumbing flashing, and all of the necessary accessories. At Hovet Roofing, we do not believe that “one product fits all”; we prefer to approach each project through the customer’s eyes, providing a beautiful finished product at a cost that won’t break the bank.
1. Initial phone call/email
When you contact Hovet Roofing, you will likely reach Sue directly. She will start the information gathering process and walk you through the initial important questions. For example, what type of house do you have? Do you know anything about the ventilation? Your current shingle type? Do you need a repair or a new roof?
This conversation will help guide the next steps, create a mutual understanding of your goals and needs, and provide some ideas for possible products and recommendations.
2. On-site inspection
Sue will get the necessary information from you for the estimate for your home or business. She will then have Dan come over to measure and assess your current roof.
3. Estimate review
Once the estimate is created, it will be mailed to you for review. This is a no pressure situation to give you time to look over the shingle recommendations as well as any additional information presented. You’re welcome to contact Sue with any questions that come up. It’s extremely important you are satisfied with the estimate and that the plan is the right one for you.
Once accepted, the project is scheduled. As the time to complete the job approaches, Sue will watch for sales on the shingles. If the shingles go on sale she will call you with the sale price if at that time you wish to take advantage of the sale price she will ask for a deposit on the shingles. If you choose a shingle that is not sold by Hovet Roofing's regular supplier Sue will call around to find the best price for you from other suppliers. If a cheaper price can be found you will see the decreased cost reflected in the final bill.