For your peace of mind, Crucial Roof Services Ltd., holds a full $2,000,000.00 Commercial Liability Insurance Policy. We comply with the “BC Builders Lien Act”, maintains complete WCB coverage and upholds a credible reputation with the Better Business Bureau.
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When choosing your Vancouver roofing contractor it is in your best interest that you obtain confirmation of valid business insurance, a letter of clearance from the Workers’ Compensation Board as detailed above, and to check their reputation with the Better Business Bureau.
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Tile roofs add a distinguished appearance, elegance and value to your home. Adding a beautiful tile roof to new paint and perhaps some stone masonry is one of the best ways to create that wow factor to a home, exponentially increasing the resale value and marketability.
A tile roof is an investment in quality. Tile roofing lasts many years longer than traditional asphalt shingles. While the initial costs can be higher for tile, the extended life of the roof, the many years of aggravation free use and savings in energy costs can provide a significant return on investment within a relatively few years.
Many people are surprised that roof tiles compete favourably with shakes in pricing. Tile roofing comes in a wide range of price points, ranging from affordable concrete tiles to imported natural clay tile. Tile roofs can last well beyond 50 years. They are fire safe; they will not burn like many other roof materials. Tiles can be used to replace traditional roofing materials. Tile roofing is one of the most eco-friendly and sustainable materials.
When working on a concrete tile roof today in Vancouver we had an opportunity to remove old caulking and replace it with a new fresh bead. This isn’t always necessary, depending on it’s location, but in this case it was on the field of a roof so the old caulking was exposed to continuous water. I wanted to do it. Well wouldn’t you know the old caulking peeled off with little resistance to expose a hole where one would not expect it. I’m not saying this would have leaked any time soon but it sure would have leaked sooner then not if we didn’t upgrade the existing caulking. The moral to the story for me is to trust your gut and more so important is the moral for the home owners is to trust an experienced contractor. I’m confident my customer is happy he chose an old guy.
When working on a roof it’s impossible not to start looking at all the other roofs around you. Today in Vancouver I was fixing a leak and noticed the neighbor’s garage had an obvious broken tile. There was no doubt this was letting water in…. and I could fix it very easily. But how do I let those home owners know without looking like an “ambulance chaser”? It’s a fine line not to look sleazy. I don’t want to be bothersome or intrusive to a complete stranger so for the most part I keep my mind on the job at hand and not worry about how I could possibly help the neighbors. The only thing I feel comfortable doing is taking a photo and sending it to my client hoping that they will talk to their neighbor about what I saw. What would you do?