Why use LifeTime Builders?
We here at LifeTime Builders LLC believe that top-notch workmanship and excellent customer service is the key to success. We are a family-owned, well-established commercial and residential building contractor servicing the Twin Cities and surrounding communities. We have over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, and we provide expertise in all phases of roofing applications. Our work expertise goes beyond roofing to all types of siding, gutters, and windows. LifeTime Builders LLC is an Owens Corning™ Preferred Contractor and A+ Rated and Accredited with the Better Business Bureau.
Based on the needs of our clients and customers, we have established two divisions: one for commercial roofing and construction applications, and one for residential roofing and construction applications. We provide on-site planning and estimates free of charge. need help with your insurance restoration on your home or business? We have 20+ years of experience in working with insurance restoration, and we work with all insurance companies. Our staff is here to help you in all your construction needs.
HAIL SIMULATOR VIDEO
Myth: I looked at my roof and didn’t see any problems, or my roofer inspected it and there are no problems.
Fact: Roofing systems must be physically inspected by some one who has training and experience to determine if there is actual hail damage. Insurance adjusters receive specialized training so they can properly identify hail damage and storm damage to property. Most roofers or home inspectors do not have the specialized training. Lifetime Builders has the experience with insurance companies to know what to look for, and we can help you with discovering any issues with your roof.
Myth: I’m not missing any shingles so I must not have damage.
Fact: Missing shingles are related to wind damage claims and can happen during a hail storm if the winds are high enough. However hail damage is insidious in nature and may not physically cause leakage for years after a hail storm. (CLICK TO READ MORE)
ROOF REPAIR DIVISION:
Although even the thought of getting your home’s roof repaired is often stress-inducing, roof repair adds value to your home and is one of the most important maintenance jobs your home will ever require. A great team of experienced professionals can help make roof repair a stress and hassle free experience. LifeTime Builder. will help you through the entire process, including conducting an initial inspection, providing a cost estimate, and financing repairs
STRENGTH AND DURABILITY:
Vinyl siding is put through rigorous testing to ensure that it can withstand elements like high winds and hail, two major weather concerns for homeowners in Minnesota. It is the enhanced strength and durability that makes many siding manufacturers more willing to offer extended warranties (some that are even lifetime), as they are confident in the resilience of their products.
Windows can play a vital role in your home’s aesthetics. The design of the windows should be considered when making your selection. As you study the options, you should decide what kinds of windows will best match your home. While appearance is important, there are other things to consider when selecting windows. As an example, you can select an attractive window that is also energy efficient.
Did you know?
Did you know you may only have a limited time to make a claim on your roof? Some insurance companies only allow claims for up to one year. And it costs you nothing to check it out. Just call us or email today for your free, no obligation inspection. If there is an issue, let us help guide you through the insurance process for the replacement of your home’s roof. Getting a complete roof replacement is a major project for any homeowner. If your roof is showing signs of age or has significant damage, regular repairs and maintenance may not be enough to preserve the integrity of your roof.
REDUCE YOUR ENERGY COST.
The attic is the most important part of your home to insulate. This is because it is the highest space in your home, closest to the outdoors, with only the roof between the attic space and the elements. Since hot air rises, you don’t want to lose that precious air in the winter. Insulating it properly will help ensure attics and ceilings with cold spaces above, including dormer ceilings, will contain energy and save you money.