FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Colorado Office

(970) 227-3651
tim@myallseasons.com

1670 Topaz Dr Loveland, CO 80537

Wyoming Office

(307) 365-5470

tim@myallseasons.com

1712 Pioneer Ave #101 Cheyenne, WY 82001

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Open Office Hours

M-F: 8am – 6pm
S-S: 10am – 4pm

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

How long will it take to replace my roof?

With our experienced team, we can arrive at your location and work diligently until your job is completed, typically within 2-4 days, and it is up to our high standards of quality without a problem. We never leave your home in a partially finished state in order to tend to another contract.

Do you charge for estimates?

All Seasons Restorations will not charge you a fee to determine how much it’s going to cost for a new or replacement roof. We recommend that you conduct regular inspections in order to make sure everything is okay and diagnose any problems before they materialize into something bigger.

What should I expect to see in a proposal?

Whenever you look at an estimate for repairs to your roof, make sure that it includes a comprehensive analysis of the type of roof covering, the materials to be used, how the work is going to be performed, the exact specification of the repair, the start and finish date, and time and the length of any warranty. All Seasons Restoration will always provide you with such a detailed analysis in order to help you make the best decisions for your property.

Is it ok to work on the roof in the winter?

Generally speaking, there are no hard and fast guidelines relating to the ambient temperature when laying asphalt shingles. While the shingles may become brittle in very cold weather, the contractor can bypass this issue by storing them in containers and only loading them to the roof as and when needed. If windy conditions are prevalent, then additional adhesive can be applied to the underside of shingles in addition to the self-sealing strips, which will ensure that they do not blow off in any storm and allow the sealing strips to set correc

How do I know if my roof has problems?

It’s best not to wait until a storm arrives and you find out that you have water infiltration somewhere. Experts advise that you should have a periodic inspection about twice per year to look for warped, missing or cracked shingles and to see whether the flashings are failing. In the meantime, if you notice a lot of surface granules (from the shingles) laying around close to downspouts after a heavy rain shower, then this may be a sign that you need an inspection.

What will my new roof cost me?

Each roofing material comes in differing grades and has a different pricing structure. Also, you will be able to choose from a variety of different styles through the full product range. In order to get a better idea of the price, get in touch with our friendly team. One our experts will come to your Northern Colorado area property and have a comprehensive look and give you a written estimate.