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Elevate Construction Inc. Roofing Caron Stream IL is a full-service licensed, bonded, and insured Roofing Company in Caron Stream IL that residents have come to count on. Elevate Construction Roofing Caron Stream IL is focused on a high quality of service, industry-best products, and great pricing. Professional installation done by the best builders to rigorous standard. Free Architectural Shingle Upgrade. Fan-fold insulation included with siding. Roofing Caron Stream IL Supervisor on site during every construction project.
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Our Roofing Caron Stream IL services include: free roof inspections, free hail & wind storm damage assessments, removal & replacement of asphalt, wood shake, metal and tile roofs. We will inspect the underlayment for proper ventilation, preventing any future problems.
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Elevate Construction Inc. proudly uses only the best materials from Owens Corning, an industry leader and a name that can be trusted. 100% of installed materials are made in the USA. We include a free upgrade to a limited lifetime warranty from Owens Corning. Our repairs are guaranteed a 10 year warranty. We offer quality materials at a cost that you can afford at Elevate Construction if you are looking for a affordable Roofing in Caron Stream IL.
"Amazing service from beginning to end! Great communication about what to expect and when to expect it. Very accommodating in addressing all questions and concerns. Incredible workmanship and quality assurance during the build and a supervisor came the next day to ensure quality if the job and cleanup." - Massimo Serradimigni - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
"I had a great experience using Elevate. Manny was fantastic to work with. He was fair on my quote, honest about the condition of my roof, and in communication with me at all times. I had issue with the ventilation of my attic which we talked through options. I would highly recommend Elevate to anyone need a new roof or roof repairs." - Maureen Primdahl - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
"Brent was was my sales representative and simply put he was great. So were the 2 different crews that replaced my roof and gutters. Brent really helped make sure the whole process from start to finish was easy and that it met my expectations. He even helped me with the insurance company. Brent is a great guy and I'd recommend him to anyone. He goes the extra mile. I'm glad we chose Elevate." - Chris Pisano - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
"Brent went out of his way several times to make sure our experience was as smooth as possible. Brent was very friendly and showed that he genuinely cared about the work. I would recommend Elevate Construction to friends and family because of Brent. Thank you again, Brent for all you have done. The roof looks great." - Miguel Coria - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
"Elevate construction replaced all the hail damaged siding. The workers were professional and the work was completed in a short time. The company had good communication and clearly explained the process. We are completely satisfied and recommend them highly." - Timothy Olson - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
"Elevate Construction took care of everything from assisting with the insurance company to construction and everything in between. Both Brent and Luis were very professional and knowledgeable on handling this insurance claim. Everything went smooth - I would / will use again" - Jeffrey Tripp - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Severe weather can hit your area at any time causing storm damage to your home. Our storm damage roof repair Caron Stream IL team works with insurance companies in cases of storm damage. Our Roofing Contractor Caron Stream IL will meet with your adjuster to get your project approved and we handle all of the paperwork including necessary building permits. We work closely with insurance companies and insurance claim specialists. We pull all necessary city and county permits for our roofing projects. We finish projects on time and on budget.
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