Established in October 2012, Silverline Roofing is a family-owned business located in Acheson, Alberta. Coming with over 20 years of experience in roofing, we have gained happy customers through successful delivery of roofing and skylight installation services. What differentiates us from the rest is that we stand behind every warranty and inspect every job after completion.
Our success can be directly attributed to our top-level workers. No job has been too big or too small for our diverse team of trade workers. We have worked on many different kinds of building structures and are well-equipped to tackle any project. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you with your roofing or skylight installation project.
Meet The Team
Founder and CEO Owner/Project Manager
New Construction Manager
Accounts Payable / Receptionist
You can check for stains on the ceiling, loose granule debris, which may indicate an ageing roof, and splitting and curling of the shingles.
As deterioration and brittleness are the primary indicators of a failing roof, this is what we really focus on while inspecting your roof: the state of the shingles. Unexpected, concealed, and unknown damage in roofing can occasionally only be found after the roof has been removed.
It’s challenging to make an estimate for something we haven’t yet found, like rotted timber or persistent leaks. Nonetheless, we promise the homeowner that we will thoroughly document everything we discover and that we will explicitly detail in the contract all fees related to the necessary roof repairs. Prior to beginning the roof replacement, we will let you know about all prospective charges.
We understand homeowners want to maximize their investment because installing a new roof is not a cheap investment.
The kind of shingle, the brand, the quality, and the other elements of the roof will all affect how long a roof lasts, but it also depends on the expertise of the roofers who put the structure together.
A roof will typically last for twenty to twenty-five years. A lot longer than that is unusual, but it does happen occasionally. Yet, poor installation work may actually shorten its lifespan or result in the roof system failing sooner than expected.
Typically, a new home roof takes two to four days to install.
There are many different kinds of roofs, such as those made of wood shakes or several layers of asphalt shingles, and some will need further maintenance.
For instance, the process may take longer if you have to re-sheet the roof deck with plywood after we remove the wood shake shingles.
Yes! All roofers in Alberta must possess a municipal business license from the local city hall in the areas where they are doing the work.
Also, in order to keep their certification in good standing, every roofing firm needs to have an up-to-date work safe clearance letter proving they have paid all premiums.
In the high-risk roofing industry, liability insurance is essential for roofing contractors (just as much as for homeowners), as it covers damages or accidents.
Roofing contractors offer warranties on their craftsmanship, manufacturer’s products, or a combination of the two. For roofs with asphalt shingles, the majority of roofing contractors offer a ten- to fifteen-year craftsmanship warranty.
Manufacturers of asphalt shingles offer lifetime warranties as long as they are registered with them within a certain amount of time after the roofing installation is finished.
Most manufacturers demand installing a minimum of three or more accessories from the product line to qualify for their warranty in the event that there is a flaw in the product.
The guarantee could be nullified if installation instructions are not followed exactly.
If the roofer hasn’t paid his supplier or his roofers, the homeowner may be responsible for covering all project-related charges.
Calling the supplier and finding out if the contractor is in good standing is the best approach to make sure the roofing contractors cover all roofing costs.
Another choice is to withhold 10% of the total contract price until the roofing contractor gives you proof that all supplier invoices and receipts have been paid.
No, not always. We advise acquiring a thorough roof inspection report, a second or third assessment from reputable roofing firms, and a roof inspection. Getting a professional opinion could help you save a lot of money and it might only require a little repair.
We are one of the Alberta roofing firms that provides free roof inspections.