Larry Walty Roofing
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Residential Roofing Services

Complete Ownes Corning roofing system

The Owens Corning Roofing System - More Than Just Shingles

A high-performance roof takes more than just shingles. The performance of any roof depends on an entire system of Roofing Essentials™ accessory products working and performing together, including ventilation, hip and ridge shingles, underlayment, and attic insulation. The Owens Corning Roofing System is a lineup of essential products that can help provide maximum durability for your roof, and the most protection for your home.

  • Owens Corning Hip & Ridge Shingles
  • VentSure® Ventilation Products
  • Owens Corning Felt Underlayment Products
  • Owens Corning Shingles
  • Owens Corning Starter Shingle Products
  • WeatherLock® Self-Sealing Ice & Water Barrier Products
  • RapidFlow® Gutter Drainage Protection
  • raft-R-mate® Attic Rafter Vent
  • Undereave Ventilation Products
  • AttiCat® Expanding Blown-In Pink Fiberglas™ Insulation

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Full service roofing contractor specializing in re-roofs, insurance claims, roof repair and roof inspections.

Buying a new roof system is an important investment. Before you spend your money, spend some time learning how to evaluate the roofing contractor who may be doing the work. You should insist on working with a professional roofing contractor. The following guidelines will help you in your decision making process:

  • Check for a permanent place of business, telephone number, tax I.D. number, and where required, a business license.
  • Insist on seeing copies of the contractor’s liability insurance coverage and workers’ compensation certificates; make sure the coverage’s are in effect through the duration of the job and the location of the job.
  • Check to see whether the contractor is properly licensed or bonded. Check your states licensing board for your state’s specific requirements.
  • Insist on a written proposal and examine it for complete descriptions of the work and specifications, including approximate starting and completion dates and payment procedures.
  • Call your local Better Business Bureau to check for any complaints that have been filed and if the company takes care of complaints.
  • Have the contractor explain his project supervision and quality control procedures. Request the name of the person who will be in charge, how many workers will be required and estimated to complete the job.
  • Carefully read and understand any roofing warranty offered and watch for provision that would void it. Keep a healthy skepticism about the lowest bid. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Remember, price is only one criterion for selecting a roofing contractor. Professionalism and quality workmanship also should weigh heavily on your decision.
  • Does the contractor provide a lien release upon completion and final payment?