A. ProActive Roof Systems can and will reach almost any location in the state of Florida to meet the needs of our customers.
Give us a call and one of our Highly Trained Professionals will perform a FREE Inspection on your roof and around your entire property. Depending on what we find, you will have to file a claim with your insurance.
We provide FREE Inspections and/or estimates.
The cost of your roof will depend on size, shape, slope and the number of existing roof layers.
Material warranties are issued by the shingle manufacturer. Depending on the type of material used, they vary from 15 year to Lifetime warranties
We can install a roof year 'round, with only minor adjustments due to severe weather conditions.
Yes, but the preferred method is removal. Removal allows for inspection of the substrate, and the elimination of any wet, rough, and/or unstable existing materials
Cleanliness is very important to us, because a clean work site is a safe work site. We keep the property clean through out the entire process, and once the job is finished, all debris is recycled or else taken to the landfill and disposed of properly.
Dark shingles should last as long as lighter shingles given that they are installed on a house that has a properly vented attic. Proper attic ventilation is the key component to a longer lasting roof
The Ridge Vent goes on the top ridge line of your roof, which runs level to the ground (does not have slope). The Ridge is then covered with ridge caps (short shingles laid in a straight line). The Ridge Vent provides full length air circulation under the roof deck.
Q: I looked at my roof and didn’t see any problems, or my roofer inspected and there were no problems
A: Roofing systems must be physically inspected by someone who has training and experience to determine if there is actual damage. Insurance companies send their adjusters to special training so they can properly identify damage to property. Unfortunately, there is not much ongoing training for the roofing or home inspection industries.
Q: I’m not missing any shingles, so I must not have damage.
A: Missing shingles are related to wind damage claims and can happen during a storm if the winds are high enough. However, damage is insidious in nature and may not physically cause leakage for years after a storm.
Q: I only have one year to file my insurance claim.
A: Many insurance companies do have a one-year time limit and some even less; however, due to the nature of damage, they may pay claims past the deadline. This usually happens if a storm is geographically widespread.
Q: My roof is new, so it’s covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, home builder, or contractor.
A: Manufacturers specifically name certain damage as an exclusion to their product warranty, as do home builders and roofing contractors. Newer roofs can actually be more susceptible to damage than older roofs due to the time it takes a new roof to cure from exposure to the elements.
Q: I was told my roof has minimal or very little damage, and therefore I don’t need to file a claim.
A: If your roof has any damage whatsoever, you have a valid insurance claim and should file with your insurance company. Damage might not cause your roof to leak for years. This is why it’s important to have a qualified person inspect your roof.
Q: I need to get a bid.
A: If your insurance company denies coverage, what is the point in filing a claim? We use the same software as the insurance company and agree to do the work for what they pay if you allow us to go to work for you and get the job approved. All you are responsible for is your deductible and any upgrades.
Q: If I don’t file my claim, my insurance company won’t raise my rates.
A: After a disaster, insurance companies may raise everyone’s rates. By not filing your claim, your personal rate increase is paying for everyone else’s damage…except yours.