ALBANY – With winter right around the corner. Star Roofing wants to help its customers find a solution for their roofs.
There are roughly 60 days left in the roofing season, the time to call to get a roof done this year is now. While it is possible that the roofing season could extend into December, it is difficult to tell with the weather patterns. After that construction will return in March 2024.
“Star has employees and crews to accommodate those folks who have waited to get their roofs done,” Peter Wall said. “We’ll do everything in our power to get their roof done by winter.”
Regardless of what time of the year a roof is being worked on, Star Roofing has every solution for its customers. With Star, there is no cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all solution. Every roof is unique, and Star has an in-depth discussion to ensure they meet the customer’s needs and expectations.
Meeting with Star about their roofing solutions is very quick and a collaborative process. 24 hours after the in-home visit, a detailed written proposal will be given to customers. There is a constant give-and-take between Star Roofing salespeople and their customers.
“We’re basically looking at the situation and making recommendations and getting the homeowner’s feedback and input to put something together for you,” Wall said.
From roofing trends to systems, shingles, and other materials, everything is a collaborative process. For those who don’t know much about roofing, Wall says they are more than willing to lead customers in the right direction of a long-term solution. This process is more than a sales call to Star Roofing.
Star Roofing continues to offer an extended warranty on all roofs they work on. The materials and systems Star uses are created using the most up-to-date technology that will only help protect customers’ roofs over time. Star remains dedicated to its customers, as well as the protection and safety of the roofs they work on. That includes individualizing every re-build to that customer.
“We try to understand what our customers are looking for, and based on that, we send out the appropriate estimator or salesperson with expertise with the situation,” Wall said.
A tale old as time, weather remains unpredictable. However, if a roof needs to be done, the time is now. There is no telling if Star can extend their building season well into December or they will have to stop at its start. As soon as temperatures drop below 38 to 40 degrees, it is not recommended to install shingles. Once the temperature drops below 38 degrees, shingles may not seal, which will only cause damage and leaks to occur.
If a roof needs repair or a customer is looking for a collaborative process throughout, Star Roofing is the place to call now. Wall and his team are ready to complete roofs by winter. Before it’s too late, call Star Roofing today.