Q: Where are you located?
A: Argyle, Texas
Q: Why should I hire you?
A: Our heart is to serve. We are highly trained and take pride in what we do. We are fully insured and provide the best experience possible. Our commitment to detail is seen in our work and our follow through.
Q: Do I pay up front?
A: We don’t collect any money up front. You should never pay a General Contractor anything until you see material on your property and crews installing or performing work.
Q: Do you warranty your work?
A: Yes we do. We stand by our work and provide a fully transferable workmanship warranty as well as the manufacturer warranty provided by the brand of material you choose.
Q: Do you only do roofs?
A: We specialize in roof replacement, storm restoration, and repairs. However, as General Contractors we oversee all trades including but not limited to: Roofing, siding, fence, gutters, windows, and paint/stain.
Q: What if I just need a repair?
A: No problem. We provide a complimentary inspection to assess the problem area. We can give you an estimate on sight to repair the issue.
Q: My insurance company came out and said I don’t have damage but all of my neighbors had their insurance companies pay to replace their roofs. Should I be concerned?
A: Yes. We would be happy to come out and inspect your property to provide a second opinion. We photograph storm-related damage and show you our findings. Unfortunately, it is common for Insurance Adjusters to overlook items on their first inspection especially if there isn’t an industry expert like Hart Construction present. We then walk you through the next steps to pursue a fair evaluation of your property. We have years of experience working with the storm restoration process and know what steps are to be taken to get all items damaged restored.
Q: If I file an insurance claim for hail/wind damage will my premiums increase?
A: No. Insurance providers can’t raise your premiums on an individual basis for a hail/wind damage claim because it is an Act of God. However, the insurance providers will raise premiums based on a zip code that has been deemed a catastrophe area. So essentially, if you don’t file a claim, you are paying for everyone else's roof in that area.