Is McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting truly a local, Omaha-based company?
Yes—since 2007. We started in a spare-bedroom-turned-office right here in Omaha. To date, we have roofed thousands of houses in the Omaha and surrounding areas, including many homes owned by prominent local personalities.
Will McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting be able to help me with my insurance claim?Will McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting be able to help me with my insurance claim?
We specialize in insurance claims. We pride ourselves on being very knowledgeable about the storm damage side of the insurance industry, so we’d be happy to walk you through the entire process: Determining whether or not you have a claim, actually making the claim, meeting your insurance adjuster, receiving a settlement, and starting the construction process
My insurance company told me I don't need a new roof, but everyone in my neighborhood seems to be getting one. Can McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting offer a second opinion?
We’d be happy to give you a second opinion, as well as a free inspection. Over time, storm damage may become a lot more apparent; if this is true in your case, there could still be some options for you with your insurance company.
Does McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting require a down payment?
We require a deposit upon delivery of materials to your property. We very rarely ask for a payment prior to that.
Does McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting offer financing plans?
We currently do not offer financing. Upon request, however, we can direct you to some local lenders who may be a good fit for you.
Does McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting accept credit cards?
We currently accept most major credit cards, but we must add a service fee to all invoices paid with a credit card.
What types of roofing does McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting install?
We roof both residential and commercial property. We can and do install almost every kind of product that exists in the marketplace, and we have experience ranging from very steep churches, houses, and apartment complexes to low-pitch office buildings and industrial spaces.
What types of siding does McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting install?
We typically install vinyl siding, but we’ve installed quite a few other types of siding as well. Most of our siding business is generated from storm damage, which is catastrophic to vinyl siding by nature. Our availability and capability to complete other types of siding varies by season and weather.
Besides roofing and siding, what other work can McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting do for me?
We are licensed with the state as a general contractor, which means we can legally complete many different trades for you. However, the roofing, gutters, and vinyl siding segments of our business are what have kept us busiest over the years, so we’re closest to local subcontractors who work these trades. If there is other work you’d like to have done, please feel free to inquire through your McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting sales rep.
Once I've worked out all the details, how long will it take McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting to begin work on my project?
Your McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting sales rep should be able to give you an initial timeframe as well as keep you informed on the progress of your project. Note that product availability from suppliers, weather, and holidays can all impact the timing and completion of any roofing project.
How long will it take McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting to install my new roof?
Most average-sized houses take one to three days depending on a host of different variables. In most cases, though, your sales rep will be able to provide a time estimate based on your unique circumstances.
What if there's a chance of rain the day my roof is to be installed?
It’s our job to be ready and prepared for the most troublesome of weather conditions. We take the utmost caution when making decisions, but we strive to complete as much work as possible without compromising safety or quality.
Why are the roofing materials stored on my driveway instead of on my roof like others I've seen?
In most cases, we believe it isn’t good for your house or your driveway to be a recipient of “roof loading,” a practice that puts a semi truck in your driveway and thousands of pounds of materials on one or two small areas of your roof. We believe that fewer problems occur when we can ground drop the goods onto your driveway. Most of the time, these materials can be placed far enough away from your house to avoid blocking access to your garage.
Are your installers employees of McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting?
All of our installers are qualified sub-contractors, not full-time employees. Many have worked closely with us since our founding.
Do I need to do any preparation before McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting's installation crew arrives at my house?
Yes. We’ll need a vehicle-free driveway for our dump trailer and other equipment. Please make sure any vehicles you’ll need are not parked in your garage, as we will be blocking driveway access during construction. Be sure to remove any fragile valuables from walls/wall-mounted shelves, too, as vibrations from the installation process could damage such items. If you have skylights—even if they are not being replaced—please place a sheet on the floor, furniture, or other objects below them, as they will be, in most cases, lifted up and laid back down. This can allow debris to fall into your house. If you have a pool, hot tub, or ornamental fountain, please cover it as well.
Where does McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting purchase its building materials?
We work with many local suppliers to obtain the highest quality products at the best possible prices. To ensure this is always the case, we do not limit ourselves to purchasing exclusively from one or two suppliers.
What should I do if I have a question or concern during work on my project?
Please talk to your McCoy Roofing, Siding & Contracting sales rep; this person also happens to be your project coordinator and supervisor. You can also call our office during business hours.