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Harbor Construction offers a wide range of services to meet your project needs

Combined with our use of the highest quality materials, we are able to ensure exceptional workmanship that is highly durable and cost effective.

Our Residential Roofing Services include

Free Estimates
Free Roof Inspections
New Construction
Full Roof Replacement
Repairs and Service
Annual Planned Maintenance
Roof Evaluations
Roof Certifications
Insurance Claims Assistance
Emergency Services

Our Commercial Roofing Services include

Free Estimates
Free Roof Inspection
New Construction
Full Roof Replacement
Roof Repairs and Service
Annual Planned Maintenance
Roof Evaluations
Roof Certifications
Insurance Claim Assistance
Spray Foam Roofing
Roof Coatings

FAQ’s

My home suffered minor/major damage during a recent storm, what should I do?

Call Harbor Construction for a free home evaluation to assess the storm damage before calling in a claim.

My neighbors are all getting new roofs due to a hail storm but mine looks fine. Could I have a problem?

Yes, hail causes issues that don't fully materialize for some time. It's always best to have a professional perform a full inspection to verify there is enough damage for a claim.

How long is your roofing workmanship warranty?

They vary depending on materials used, but our most common system comes with a 1-2 year workmanship warranty. We also offer a 20 year manufacturer’s warranty through GAF at an additional cost.

Could my home restoration cost more than the insurance is paying?

Yes, because of the fluctuating material costs; but for the most part no. If you decide to upgrade, then that will be additional charge on top of your deductible. The additional expenses incurred by the upgrade will be your only "out-of-pocket" expense besides your deductible.

Can I just overlay my current roof with new shingles?

Harbor Construction does offer this, but does not recommend doing this. Multiple layers often exceed recommended weight loads as well as shorten the life span of the "new" roof.