A: Yes, Westshore Roofing, Inc. is actively licensed by the California Contractors State License Board to do business in San Jose and throughout the state of California.

Q: What about referrals?
A: Many of our clients are referred to us through previously successful projects we have completed in San Jose. If you found us on the Web, we invite you to read our Testimonials page to learn what people have said about our service.

Q: Can you provide proof of insurance?
A: Yes, Westshore Roofing, Inc. carries insurance covering workers' compensation, property damage, and personal liability. We will be happy to provide you with a written proof of insurance, upon request.

Q: Do you belong to any professional organizations?
A: Yes, Westshore Roofing, Inc. is a member of the Western Regional Master Builders Association and the Metal Roofing Alliance. We have earned preferred and select status with industry product manufacturers.

Q: How do I know if I need a new roof?
A: The following are things that may indicate that your roof needs replacing:
• Missing, cracked or curling shingles
• Shingle, sheathing or siding decay
• Sagging roof areas (possibly rotting wood)
• Leakage in the attic after heavy rains
• Stains on interior walls or ceilings

Q: How long does it take to replace a roof?
A: The time required to replace a roof depends on the size, type, and difficulty of the roof and can take anywhere from a few days to more than a week. The time involved is substantially affected by the weather as well as the number of inspections required by the city. Before we begin each job we advise the client on how long we expect the job to last.

Q: How long can I expect my roof to last?
A: The lifespan of your roof can depend on a few different variables: Installation, Roof type, the current condition of your roof, proper maintenance and upkeep, ventilation, and the environment or conditions of your surroundings. However, general lifespans according to the American Society of Home Inspectors are as follows:
Wood Shingles/Shakes: 10-40 years (depending on shingles purchased and weather conditions)
Slate: 30-100 years
Clay/Concrete Tiles: 20+ years
Metal Roofing- 15-40 years

Also, it is always a good idea to check warranty coverage with your contractor.

Q: How much does a new roof cost?
A: The  cost of a new roof varies depending on the type of roofing job. New roof replacements also vary in cost depending on the extent of the roof damage. To get a new roof estimate, get in touch with our roofing contractors today.
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