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06/09/2013
By: sarahhooper
Melvin Belk Roofing Contractor
Hire them, they do a nice job at a good price. They protected my flowers and cleaned up my yard after they were done. The salesman was very nice and answered all my questions and wasn't pushy.
06/08/2013
By: jamesrickets
Melvin Belk Roofing Contractor
We hired Melvin Belk Roofing last fall, their salesman Jeremiah was a very polite and knowledgeable man. We had a lot of questions as we dont buy a new roof every year and we have heard a lot of horror stories. Our roof was already developing leaks, he told us we could repair the leaks we could likely get another 3-5 years out of our existing roof. We decided to just go ahead and get the whole thing done now as we plan on living here a long time to come and we didnt want to worry about it. The price they gave us was very compeitive with the other 3 bids we recieved. When the crew came out to do the roof they made sure they protected our landscaping, as we do have a lot of delicate plants around the house and even though most had already bloomed I didnt want them destroyed. They tore off the existing roof and replaced a few boards that were bad and didnt harm any of our plants. They were done with the roof in one day and other then a beautiful new roof you couldnt even tell they had been there. I would recommend them to anyone as they do what they say they will do and at a fair price.
04/24/2013
By: warkmilk
Melvin Belk Roofing Contractor
I recently purchased a house which had a roof leak. Before taking possession of the house, we asked the sellers to repair the roof flashings and dormers. The sellers hired Melvin Belk Roofing and Jeremiah Victorson (Sales Lic #2105201490) came out. Jeremiah was unable to find the obvious leak and gave us a signed letter stating this. Because of this letter, the sellers were off the hook for repairs. When we took possession of the house four days later, I noticed a very obvious wet spot on the living room ceiling and a small puddle on the floor. Because of Melvin Belk roofing's incorrect assessment, we are now on the hook for repairs. If Melvin Belk roofing cannot even detect leaks, how can we expect them to fix the leaks. We will be taking our business elsewhere and warnings will be sent to friends, family, and coworkers who mention the need for roof work.
Tips & Advices
Roofers commonly use certain supplies to handle the task of roof repair. A scaffold or a shingle lift is often used to access the roof. Roofers wear hard hats, and they typically wear soft-soled steel-toed shoes that protect their feet and provide optimum traction. Roofers use basic equipment such as caulking guns, paint brushes, electric or cordless drills, wheelbarrows, pop-rivet guns, power brooms, power spudders, shovels, backpack blowers, and high-pressure washers.
Certain supplies are needed when performing a do-it-yourself roof repair project. Working on a roof can be dangerous, and a safety harness with a rope and anchor point is essential equipment if you want to help prevent a fall. You'll also need a ladder, roofing nails, a crowbar, a utility knife, a tape measure, a chalk line, and a hammer.
Algae-resistant roofing shingles are shingles that have been specially built to resist algae growth. A common method for accomplishing this involves including copper granules in the shingles during the manufacturing process. Algae growth can cause unsightly black streaks on your home's roof, and this may lower your property values.
It can take less than a day to put on a new roof, but it could take as long as several days if the roof is large and complex. Weather conditions will also impact the length of time required for this task, and wind, snow, or rain will slow the process.
In general, the average lifespan of a roof is 20 to 25 years. However, the lifespan of your home's roof will be closely linked to the roofing materials used. Roofing made with asphalt shingles can last 15-30 years, and a metal roof may last 30-45 years. A roof made with concrete tile could last 35-50 years.

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