Can-Am FAQ's


 Having the option to pay in installments is how many homeowners get the roof they need when a roof replacement can’t be put off any longer. We make it easy to explore your financing options so you can choose one that’s right for you! Learn more here: 

How long can i expect my roof to last?

The life expectancy of your roof depends on three main factors: the type of roofing material you choose, the effects the environment has on your roof, and the maintenance your roof receives.

Assuming your roof receives annual inspections and does not face any extreme hail or storm damage, here’s what the life expectancy of your Florida roof will look like:

  • Asphalt shingles: 15 to 20 years
  • Metal slates: 15 to 40 years
  • Clay tiles: 20+ years

Will you work directly with my insurance company?

Most people don't love dealing with their insurance company. Often, the claims process is confusing and time-consuming, leaving homeowners frustrated. When you call us before your insurance company, you can avoid the entire claims fiasco. We'll contact your insurance company with an estimate and negotiate the settlement. You don’t have to be involved at all if you don't want to be! 

If my roof leaks, will there be long-term damage?

Don't let a minor problem turn into a major one! We've seen it too many times. A leaking roof cannot be ignored, as it often causes serious damage to other components of your home, not to mention the possibility of mold. 

How long will it take to install my new roof?

Rest assured, a new roof installation is not as long-term a process as you may think. In most cases, most of our roofing jobs take about 2-3 business days to complete. There are a couple different variables that may be lengthen the process. 

how do i know if my roof has hail damage?

At Can Am Roofing, we always recommend staying off your roof unless you’re a trained roofing professional. There are several signs of hail damage you can look out for while staying on the ground. Here are some that we’ve seen recently:

  • Broken bits of shingles on the ground
  • Damaged outdoor furniture, lights, and pool equipment
  • Dented AC Condenser
  • Damaged fencing
  • Garage door dents