It Rained… Free Roofing Estimate or Roof Check?

We offer a Roof Check and a Free  Estimate. How do you know what you need?  The Rains Came, the Roofs are Leaking, is Yours?

The rains arrived in Los Angeles. The roof is leaking. Why would a homeowner or the owner of a building want to pay a $155.00 roof check instead of just getting a free estimate?

At J and J Roofing, which services all areas of Los Angeles, including Northridge, Los Feliz, Pasadena, Sherman Oaks, Burbank, Silver Lake, Encino, Studio City, Tarzana, and Glendale, you can have a free estimate if your roof is leaking, in order to find out why and to help you decide on the best solution for your leaking roof.


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But, if you prefer, we can do a roof check. First, if you call around you will find that because of the rising costs in the construction industry, many companies charge more than that, just to show up and give your a repair bids.  When we get approval to do a roof check, we virtually always end up being able to perform needed maintenance, saving us overhead so we can pass the savings on to you.  Again, if there is nothing to do, we won’t charge the $155.00 and will chalk it up to a courtesy visit.  Or if there is far too much work to do under the purview of routine maintenance, you’ll get a free estimate.  Why a $155.00 roof check instead of a free estimate?

Exceptions would be large commercial buildings or extremely steep roofs and the like. If your roof does not qualify for the $155.00 service, we’ll just give you a free estimate on what needs to be done, so no sweat!

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Our unique approach to your estimate:  We have always believed that people don’t like to be pressured into big decisions and over the years have learned this is indeed the case. So our method is simple: We come out, estimate your job by taking measurements, digital pictures and talking to you, and then we leave.We email, fax or mail you your estimate.

We never try to sell a client “on the lawn” or hand out a generic carbon copy form with a price on it and some loose specs. You get an exact price and fully worded scope of work with all the details, in writing for your review, which you can sign when you are ready.  And now it’s up to you… Free Estimate or Roof Check?

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