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Frequently Asked Questions

A. We have been in business since 1998 and believe that integrity and the happiness of our clients come far be for profits. In 15 years in business we have NEVER had a complaint filed against with the Better Business Bureau. We are happy to provide you with references and guarantee our job is not done until you are satisfied!
A. Bella Built is a Certified Installer of GAF roofing systems. We chose to partner with GAF so we could offer you the best LIFETIME WARRANTY in the industry. Check out what some satisfied customers have to say about GAF.
A. There are many signs of roofing failure. Leaks, missing shingles, and visible wear are just a few! check out our How To video on this page.
A. While some contractors make a habit of installing a second shingle layer Bella Built believes in quality workmanship and will ALWAYS remove the first layer of shingles before beginning to install your new roofing system. This is critical to ensuring that the decking, or wood surface of your roof, is sound and ready to protect your home for years to come! Check out the video below on why it is imperative to remove old shingles first!
A. Absolutely! Check out the video on this page that shows the step by step process of installing your new GAF Timberline shingles!
A. Choosing the right type of valley for your roof is imperative as the valleys are a prime spot for leaks to develop. The video below will educate you on the differences in valley types and show you how they are installed.
A. There are two types of flashing: Step Flashing and L Flashing. Flashing is important because it helps make your roof more water resistance in areas that are prone to leaking. Check out the video below for more information on flashing.
A. Drip edge helps prevent wood rot and is an essential part of your roofing system. Check out the video to see what it is, and how it is installed!
A. Ventilation is an imperative to you home’s comfort level. Ridge vent is a highly effective and affordable alternative to traditional vents. The video below explains how they are installed and work!