Whether needing a roof for a new house or a roof repair, American Brothers located in Pfafftown is an ideal solution to all roofing needs for working moms in the Winston Salem area. American Brothers is owned and operated by NC natives Chris & Mike Cearley. They provide all roof services with a 100% client satisfaction guarantee and with an unmatched work ethic. With the winter weather quickly approaching it is no time to have a roof leak or damage or not know a trusted company that can do roof repairs when unexpected roof damage or leaks occur.
American Brothers offers and recommends the finest type of materials and services at the best prices available. They offer free estimates and discounts to seniors, law enforcement officers and service members. They work with shingles, metal, rubber, tar, gravel and heat seal roofs. In addition to roof installation on residential and commercial projects and roof repairs, they also offer work in light construction and remodeling.
The Cearley brothers stated the following on American Brothers service and prices, “Since we are so fast and efficient, we can save our clients hundreds and even thousands of dollars that our competitors would normally charge in labor”.
American Brothers has over 15 years of roofing and general contracting experience. Furthermore, they have valuable education in additional expertise. Mike and Chris both received associate degrees from Forsyth Tech and ECPI, respectively, and Chris also has a certification from ECPI in fiber optics installation.
Below is the complete contact information for the Cearley brothers or visit their contact webpage:
Chris Cearley – Email: [email protected] or Phone: 336-776-7685
Mike Cearley – Email: [email protected] or Phone: 336-918-3440
American Brothers hours of operation are Mondays through Fridays 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., which are convenient for fitting into any working mothers schedule. For further information on American Brothers visit their website at www.americanbrothers1.com.
The following is a checklist of what to look for in both the Spring and Fall to ensure proper roof maintenance on a home:
- Check for any missing, loose or damaged shingles
- Check for open seams, blisters, or bald areas on flat roofs
- Clean gutters, strainers, and downspouts. Make sure downspouts divert water away from the foundation
- Check the attic for any evidence of leaks
- Check flashing around all surface projections, sidewalls, and protrusions
- Trim back all tree limbs and vegetation away from the roof
- Check fascia and soffits for deterioration and damage