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10. Westmont Enterprises
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We are very happy with Westmont Enterprises. After discovering that our shower was leaking into the ceiling below, we had no choice but to rip out and reconstruct the pan. And as long as that was happening, we figured we might as well renovate the whole thing. Ben was great the entire time. That started when he showed up, on time, for a consultation we set days earlier. After rolling with some delays (this was during the coronavirus pandemic), Ben and a helper got started. We were immediately pleased. For one, Ben cheerfully accommodated a request to work on weekends to try to minimize noise during teleworking weekdays. Second, he cleaned up well at the end of the day—essential in a one-bath apartment. Third, he didn’t utter a peep about the days of extra labor needed for the small tile I chose. Fourth, he’s a nice, knowledgeable guy, who answered every one of my questions. And last, when we noticed a few things needed touching up days later, he was happy to drive for two hours just for the hour it took to make things right. The results were a solid A. The project was done on time, in nine days. It was also on budget: $9400 for floor-to-high-ceiling tile (including tile at $3 / sqft and a new shower knob and faucet, but not including the new door we wanted). $9400 is on the expensive side, but the quality was worth it. The shower looks great. I can’t give an A+ only because I have to be stingy with perfect scores. There are minor imperfections in the tile cutting and laying that only a nitpicker would notice. But they really are minor and a far cry from the serious errors made by the last guys to work on the bathroom. Contractors have a bad rap. Not this one. I would hire Ben again in a heartbeat.See more
We are very happy with Westmont Enterprises. After discovering that our shower was leaking into the ceiling below, we had no choice but to rip out and reconstruct the pan. And as long as that was happening, we figured we might as well renovate the whole thing. Ben was great the entire time. That started when he showed up, on time, for a consultation we set days earlier. After rolling with some delays (this was during the coronavirus pandemic), Ben and a helper got started. We were immediately pleased. For one, Ben cheerfully accommodated a request to work on weekends to try to minimize noise during teleworking weekdays. Second, he cleaned up well at the end of the day—essential in a one-bath apartment. Third, he didn’t utter a peep about the days of extra labor needed for the small tile I chose. Fourth, he’s a nice, knowledgeable guy, who answered every one of my questions. And last, when we noticed a few things needed touching up days later, he was happy to drive for two hours just for the hour it took to make things right. The results were a solid A. The project was done on time, in nine days. It was also on budget: $9400 for floor-to-high-ceiling tile (including tile at $3 / sqft and a new shower knob and faucet, but not including the new door we wanted). $9400 is on the expensive side, but the quality was worth it. The shower looks great. I can’t give an A+ only because I have to be stingy with perfect scores. There are minor imperfections in the tile cutting and laying that only a nitpicker would notice. But they really are minor and a far cry from the serious errors made by the last guys to work on the bathroom. Contractors have a bad rap. Not this one. I would hire Ben again in a heartbeat.

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Is it worth it to hire a roofer?

There are several reasons why it’s worth it to hire a professional roofer instead of attempting it yourself. The first is safety. Roofing is inherently dangerous, as a fall from a roof could seriously injure or kill you. Roofers have specialized equipment and training to help prevent accidents.  

Next is experience. Roofers know how to spot problems (leaks, missing shingles, moss or mold growth, etc.)  in your roof that could potentially save you from costly repairs down the road. 

And finally, roofers save you time by getting the job done quickly and with a high degree of quality.

How can I find out if a roofer is considered an essential COVID-19 service provider?

To find out whether a roofer is an essential service provider during the COVID-19 pandemic, start by visiting your state or city’s government website. Local governments are providing up-to-date information for residents during this time.

A national guideline is available on CISA’s website, Identifying Critical Infrastructure During COVID-19. This page addresses 16 different categories of essential infrastructure sectors, but note that not all jurisdictions follow CISA’s definitions of critical infrastructure.  

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a roofer during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Because social distancing is important during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s recommended that you message roofers after narrowing down your choices through an online search of local roofers near you.

Ask if the roofer is willing to conduct an assessment via video chat rather than a traditional site inspection. Additionally, strategize on what other steps you can collectively take to make sure you’re following guidelines on social distancing during this time, including conducting a virtual payment.

Can I use digital payments to pay for roof installation, replacement or repair?

Digital payment platforms are common among roofers, roof repair companies and other services. The COVID-19 pandemic will likely cause more service providers to adopt platforms like PayPal, Zelle, Google Pay, Square Cash, Venmo and others instead of cash or check to decrease the risk of transmission.

You can typically find out whether roofers accept digital payments on their online profiles, and you should confirm this information with them during a consultation call.

How do you know when you need a new roof?

Some of the signs that indicate you need a new roof include cupping, warping and peeling asphalt shingles, as well as cracks on certain shingles. Other warning signs may include:

  • Leakage
  • Exposed nails 
  • Missing granules
  • Droopy, sagging roof
  • Moss, mold or fungi growth 

A metal roof may need to be replaced when it grows rusty and begins leaking. Tile roofs made of clay, slate or concrete need repairs when cracked. Cleaning and inspecting the roof regularly can help prevent major damage from occurring. 

Contact the best roofers near you to inspect, repair or replace your roof.

Can a roof be cleaned?

Yes roofs can be cleaned, and yes, it’s a real thing. Roof cleaning may actually be a wise investment to prolong the life of your roof. Overgrowth of moss, grime, lichen or algae can all shorten the life of your roof. If you have black streaks growing on your roof, they are likely caused by gloeocapsa magma algae spores that have landed on your roof and taken up residence. Once the algae has grown into streaks, the organism has usually been growing for several months and it’s high time to have it removed. If you live in a rainy part of the country, such as the Pacific Northwest, there’s a good chance you’ll find moss growing on your roof at some point. The northern part of your roof, as well as any parts that remain shaded all day, will provide a wet, cool haven for moss to flourish. Unfortunately this water-absorbing moss can damage your shingle roof, leading to rot if not removed. Beyond roof health and function, a clean roof can boost your curb appeal and potentially boost your home’s resale value. The national average for roof cleaning costs ranges between $270 and $350, although prices can be higher depending on how large your roof is, how steep your roof is, and what type of cleaning is necessary. Typically pros use either a pressure wash or chemical wash (made with a concentrated bleach solution) to remove algae, lichen, moss and dirt.

Does adding a new roof increase a home’s value?

Home sellers who add new roofing to their homes recover as much as 107% of its value, according to the Remodeling Impact report. If you’re thinking about selling your home, consult with your realtor or a real estate expert to find out which repairs you should prioritize before you put your home on the market. 

If replacing or fixing your roof is on your to-do list, contact the best roofers near you to receive free estimates.

What is the best roofing material?

The best roofing material for your home will depend on your budget and what you’re looking for. If you want a roof that has longevity, consider the following: 

Asphalt Roof

Lasts 20 years

$5 per square foot

Metal Roof

Last 50 years

$10-$18 per square foot 

Clay Roof

Last a lifetime

$15-$20 per square foot (for terracotta)

$20 per square foot (for Spanish clay tile)

Concrete Roof

Last a lifetime

$10 per square foot

Slate Roof

Last a lifetime

$10-$75 per square foot

Sources: The Spruce, NAHB

Contact the best roofers near you to get started on your roofing project today.

Why do I need to clean my roof?

Over time, algae, moss, lichen, dirt and even salt (if you’re near the ocean) can build up on your roof. These buildups can affect the look and function of your roof unless removed. The buildup of organic materials such as moss on a shingle roof can prevent water from sloughing off as it normally would. Trapped water can rot the roof or cause early deterioration of your shingles. Even if you don’t have a shingle roof, moss and lichen absorb water, and that wet material adds weight and stress to your roof — as well as providing a home for insects and other pests, and collecting dirt. For reflective, cool roofs that redirect heat away from the home, algae and moss growths can hamper their ability to deflect the sun, which can affect utility bills. Visually, moss, dirt and algae growths on a roof can have a negative effect on perceived home value and curb appeal. For example, black algae streaks on your roof may cause a potential homebuyer to assume that the roof might need repair or replacement, when it only needs to be cleaned.

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