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Hiring a roofing contractor to work on your home is serious business, the decision should not be taken lightly. The installation must be done systematically, by caring and trained professionals. If not, issues are sure to arise prematurely.
Even with a professional contractor installing a roof to exact specifications, issues can sometimes arise. Usually, this is due to excessive weathering, installation issues, or manufacturing defects. Here at Dorothy Gale Roofing, we offer the extended coverage programs detailed below so you can be worry free, knowing that your covered for years to come.
Guardian of the Gates; 50 Year Warranty – if your looking for the best warranty on the market, backed by a company who cares about it's customers, this is warranty for you.
High winds? No problem. Unexpected leak? You're covered.
Any other issues? We're one call away. 1-877-97-KEVIN. Coverage period of 600 months!
Courage, Heart, and Brains; 15 Year Warranty - if you have plans to sell your home, fix up a rental property, or have any other reason to need a shorter warranty period, this warranty may be for you.
This plan offers the same basic coverage as our longer warranty but offers a more economical solution, when that makes sense for your project. Coverage period of 180 months!
Loyalty of Toto, Security Package - this is your opportunity to take advantage of our comprehensive preventive maintenance program.
With bi-annual roof and attic inspections, it's easier to stop something from happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has happened. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!
Storm Cellar Protection Plan –
Do you live in a coastal town? Have you experienced shingles blowing off of your roof in the past?
If so, you may want to invest in our Storm Cellar Protection Plan.
This covers you under a special installation process, where your warranty will have NO MAX WIND SPEED.
Check out the chart to see Britain's Admiral Sir Francis Beaufort (1774-1857) wind rating scale. He developed the scale in 1805 to help sailors estimate the winds via visual observations. The scale starts with 0 and goes to a force of 12. The Beaufort scale is still used today to estimate wind strengths.
YOUR COVERAGE LITERALLY EXTENDS OFF THE CHART!