Other roofing contractors in the area cannot match GAF’s warranty choices offered by Pritchett Bros.
In fact, we can even answer in today’s post the most pressing questions you may have about GAF roofing warranties.
Q: Are Roof Warranties Important?
A: We invest thousands in a new roof that can last 25, 30 and 40 years or more. Your investment will go to waste when the need for repair or replacement comes without a warranty.
Q: Will I Have a Problem With a New GAF Roof?
A: The odds of a new GAF roof having problems is about 1 in 1,000. It’s because of GAF’s state-of-the-art manufacturing process. Still, a problem can be as expensive as your roof’s original cost. That means the risk of facing a problem is low, but the cost, if you do have one, can be high.
Q: What About Problems With Installation?
A: Most roofing problems are due to poor installation, not the material. To avoid this problem, trust a GAF certified general contractor with the installation. Pritchett Bros is one.
Q: What Should a Roofing Warranty Cover?
A: There are two types of basic coverage in a roofing warranty: coverage against material defects and coverage against workmanship errors. Ask your contractor about them, and get both in writing.
Q: What Is in a Materials Warranty?
A: Almost all roofing products have a warranty against material defects. The exact coverage, though, varies with each brand. A shingle warranty usually covers material defects for 20, 30, 40 years or more. For other roofing components, coverage varies from a few months to several years. Note that materials warranty comes from the manufacturer. Thus, choose a brand from a reliable manufacturer like GAF.
Pritchett Bros is part of the GAF Master Elite® club, the top 3% of all roofers in the country. We cover both material defects and workmanship with GAF’s Golden Pledge® Limited Warranty. We also offer home improvement services, such as replacement windows and more. Call us today at (812) 275-3185 for consultation and estimate. Our service covers Bloomington. IN, and nearby areas.