Frequently Asked Questions
How old is the roof? Most roofing materials should last at least 20 years. Visually inspect your roof and look for curling shingles, missing shingles, or loose flashings. Check the attic for signs of leaking or discoloration of sheathing. If you think you may need a new roof or if you’re unsure, call us for an inspection.
How old are the windows? Double-pane windows should last at least 20 years, depending on the brand. If you see rot around the window or moisture or fogging between the glass panes, the windows have failed and need replacement. Single pane windows are typically very old and should be replaced, especially if you can feel cold air coming through.
Re-siding your home is a great way to improve curb appeal and increase the value of your property. Siding can be replaced whenever you determine it looks bad. Depending on the existing siding material, it can show rot. Replacing your siding is also an opportunity to improve energy efficiency through the use of insulation and/or house wrap. Call us to assess the condition of your siding and learn what options are available for your home or business.
We are happy to provide you with a bid for gutters and gutter guards to go along with your roofing or siding project. We work regularly with Carey’s Seamless Gutters & Overhead Doors, who would handle the installation of your gutters or gutter guards. Check out their website for more information on their company and services.
Our crews typically start at 7 am and work an 8-10 hour day. Our experienced, efficient team can usually complete a roofing job on an average house in two to three days, or a siding job on an average house in two weeks. We will give you an estimated days of work when we schedule your job.
We highly recommend that you contact us as soon as possible in your project planning to get onto our job list. Even if you’re not planning your renovations for six months or more, we welcome you to add your job to our list. We do offer emergency service work and priority for jobs that need immediate attention. Call for an accurate estimate for your particular job.
Heinrichs Roofing and Siding provides free, written estimates customized to your project. We honor the estimates and notify you of any unexpected expenses that are found while working on your project. Payment is due upon completion of work.
Our team of project managers will promptly arrive at your project to review the structure, measure, and evaluate its current condition to develop an accurate and complete estimate. Most estimates are delivered to the customer within one week of the request.
All materials come with a manufacturer’s warranty. Because of our certifications, we are able to offer extended warranties with some manufacturers. We will take care of any workmanship issues if they arise.
It depends on the municipality in which your property is located. We recommend that you contact your local municipal office to find out.
If your insurance company determines there has been damage to your property, yes, we can provide an estimate to make the necessary repairs.
There are many options available. You can view our preferred products on our Services pages, however we’re happy to install any product of your choice. We can meet with you to discuss the options and help determine which products will be best for your project.
We are located in Belmont, Wisconsin and proudly serve customers within a one-hour radius. We regularly work in Lafayette, Grant, and Iowa Counties in Wisconsin, and Dubuque, Iowa and Jo Davies counties in Illinois. If you’re close to these areas, please give us a call to see if we’re able to handle your job.
Yes. We carry the necessary liability and workers compensation insurance.
We are a third-generation, family-owned business founded in 1960. Our longevity is built upon our ability to consistently exceed our customers’ expectations. You can be confident that when you hire Heinrichs Roofing and Siding you will get a professional installation at a competitive price and we will be there to service your project long after it is completed.