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Frequently Asked Questions About Roofing

Is Alois Roofing licensed by the State of Wisconsin?

Yes. We are fully licensed as a contractor in Wisconsin. Our contractor’s license number is 966198.

Can you provide contact information for some references?

Yes, we would be happy to provide names and numbers of clients for you to contact for references.

I got a lower price quote for the job, will you match it?

Probably not. We give you our best price when we quote a job. There are many roofing companies that will undercut our pricing. They also tend to under-deliver on the work that they do, and may even find ways to charge you more down the line. Here at Alois Roofing you can be assured that we will never cut corners or offer subpar work.

What is your warranty?

Warranties are entirely based on the system installed and/or the manufacturer of the materials. Our warranties typically range from 10 to 20 years, and covers both installation and material. 

How long does it take for a flat roof installation to cure and become water resistant?

It depends on the climate conditions—during periods of high humidity it will take longer than during low humidity conditions. With any roof installation susceptible to water intrusion during the curing process, we make sure to look at weather forecasts before proceeding with the work.

Can you put a roof on in the winter?

As long as there’s not hail or heavy snow, yes, we can absolutely install roofs during the winter.

Do you subcontract work out?

No. We use only our own installation technicians for all of our work.

What manufacturers are you certified by?

Too many to list here! If there is one in particular you are interested in working with, let us know and we will take the steps necessary to make it happen!

Do you have experience working on steeply sloped roofs of old churches?

Yes, we have worked on many old churches and have our own crane that we use to reach those steeply pitched roofs.

Should I repair or replace my roof?

It depends on the extent of the damage. Minor issues can often be repaired, but if the roof is reaching the end of its lifespan, replacement may be more cost-effective in the long run.

What factors affect the cost of a new roof?

Material, roof size, slope, and the complexity of the installation all contribute to the cost.

How to prevent ice dams on my roof

Keep your attic well-insulated and ventilated to maintain a consistent roof temperature and help prevent ice dams.