RoofCrafters is dedicated to being the greatest roofing contractor in Bloomingdale. When you take the leap and decide to work with us, you'll be provided with top-notch roofing warranties, quality materials, and 5-star customer service along the way.
Taking pride in restoring homes and businesses to their former glory is what RoofCrafters of Bloomingdale does best. We’re committed to providing you with the highest quality of roofing services in Chatham County.
Roof repairs and replacements can be a considerable expense. That’s why you'll be offered three different payment options when you choose RoofCrafters.
Pay on your terms with one of these three financing options
No money down, 12 months same as cash
This option provides you the flexibility to pay for your roof over 12 months.
No money down, low-interest loan
Choose the number of installments and the interest rate to create an affordable monthly payment.
Combo plan, no money down 12 months deferred interest
Pay the loan in 12 months or roll it over into a low-interest loan at the end of 12 months.
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Bloomingdale Roofing Company
Have a roof inquiry in Bloomingdale, Georgia? Complete this form to get your inspection scheduled. Once submitted, a customer service representative will reach out to you the day it's received or by the next business day if you submit it after hours.
Bloomingdale's Most Frequently Asked Questions
Below you’ll find the answers to RoofCrafters of Bloomingdale's most frequently asked questions. If you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, drop us a line on our contact page.
Can the roof on my home in Bloomingdale be repaired instead of replaced?
This is a loaded question that is dependent on a few different factors. Yes, your roof can easily be repaired if you have regularly scheduled your bi-yearly inspections to ensure that it is in the best possible condition.
If you have been ignoring problems such as leaks, cracks, or other damage for an extended period of time, you may need to consider replacing the entire roof of your home.
Most roofs require you to replace them every 15-20 years. Even if your roof seems to be in good condition after its expected lifespan, we recommend you start planning to have it replaced to avoid bigger problems. Old roofs have a higher tendency to leak or collapse, making them a liability for your insurance company.