Haas Roofing & Siding Company LLC
facebook logo-bw twitter logo-bw box
Beautifullly made roof Minor repair roof Roof inspection Colored roof Roofing tiles

Let us help you with your roofing needs

Turn to a professional roofer for your home's inspection or repairs. Our licensed and bonded company will provide you with superior workmanship, no matter what your roofing needs are. With over 60 years of experience, you can count on our team to provide you with long-lasting results. We're one of the best companies in Rockford area, and our reputation shows it.

 

We provide a warranty on all workmanship and honor all material warranties.

Get a roof inspection today

Call us to schedule a roof inspection. We're an honest company. We'll never tell you that you need to replace your roof unless it is the best option for your home's structural integrity and the most cost-effective option for the long run.

Count on us for all roofing needs:

• Re-roofing

• Tear-offs

• Wood and cedar shingles

• Single ply roofs

• Rubber roofs

• Steel and metal roofing (Decra Shingles)

Trust a company established in 1950 to handle your roof. We're dedicated to top-notch customer service on every project.

Call us today for a FREE hail inspection and estimate on roofing for your home.

815-397-6690

Expect competitive rates

Ask us about our senior discounts. Whether you need minor repairs or a completely new roof, you'll get outstanding service from our team. We'll stay out of your way and clean up when we are done.

Our re-roofing process

If you are like most of our customers, this is probably your first experience with re-roofing, and you are wondering what to expect. The most important point to be aware of is, there is no way we can re-roof your home without causing you some inconvenience.

 

Communications: If you have any questions or problems during your -roofing job, please call the office immediately. The phone number is 815-397-6690.

 

The Sign: Placing a job sign on your property is the first step in re-roofing your home. We are proud of this job and the work we do.

 

Wiring & Air Conditioning Lines: Electrical, telephone, security, and air conditioning lines should not be installed directly underneath the roof deck. If you are aware of any such lines, we must be notified immediately. We cannot be responsible for the puncture of improperly installed lines or lines within three inches of the roof deck.

 

Lighting Fixtures, Mirrors & Pictures: These items can fall if not firmly attached to the wall or ceilings. We suggest that you check to make sure they are secured. If in doubt, take them down. We cannot assume responsibility of these items as a result of re-roofing. Small particles of the acoustical ceiling may fall.

 

Tear-off: Debris will fall through your lathe or decking into your attic. We suggest covering or removing any items which require protection. There will be a thorough cleanup of the exterior of your premises; we use a magnet to pick up the nails that fall around the premises.

 

Access: Your contract price was figured utilizing access to the driveways and sometimes your yard for our dump trailers.

 

Trees & Shrubs: If you have low hanging branches over your roof, some trimming may be necessary. Our men will only cut those limbs, which limit our ability to do an efficient and workmanlike job. In some cases, you may prefer to have the tree or trees trimmed by professionals before we begin your job.

 

Satellite Dishes, Antennas: We remove and re-install antennas up to 20 feet in height, but will not be responsible for the old leads in wire breaking. Satellite dishes are removed and reattached to the roof in exactly the same place. We are not responsible for realigning for reception.

 

Vents: At the end of each workday and upon completion of your job, please check your heater and hot water vent pipes. If you cannot do this, please notify us of this and we will inspect this for you.

 

Left-over Materials: Our proposals are based on a complete job. Any leftover materials remain the property of Haas Roofing Company, unless otherwise stated in your contract.

A warning from the Illinois Attorney General's Office

Illinois Attorney General - Madigan Warns residents to remain alert after tornadoes and strong storms

Attorney General Investigators Assisting Local Law Enforcement to combat Repair-Related Scams

Springfield —Following devastating tornadoes and severe storms that raced across Illinois on Sunday. Attorney General Lisa Madigan urged residents to be on alert for home repair con artists looking forward to exploiting homeowners and local businesses needing repairs due to storm-related destruction and damage.

 

Madigan warned of borne repair scammers who follow media accounts and quickly move into affected areas to take advantage of people. Madigan noted that these 'storm chasers' use the opportunity to pressure people into making impulsive, often expensive, decisions about cleanup and construction work. Madigan encouraged local residents and business owners to call local law enforcement agencies and her office's Consumer Fraud Hotline (1-800-386-5438) to report any suspicious activity. Investigators with her office, who already have been assisting local authorities in Washington, IL since Sunday will look into complaints received about contractors.

 

"In the wake of this weekend's devastating storms, communities face a long recovery process," Madigan said. "During this challenging time. I encourage area residents to be cautious and on alert for scammers trying' to take advantage of people in need of assistance." Seven Illinois counties have been declared disaster areas, including Champaign, Grundy. LaSalle. Massac. Tazewell. Washington and Woodford counties.

 

Attorney General Madigan recommended verifying that contractors in these areas have all necessary licenses, insurance and permits, and she encouraged taking extra caution before making any decisions to repair or rebuild damaged or destroyed property by avoiding rushing into signing a contract or making an upfront payment.

 

Madigan offered these additional tips to residents and businesses from being duped by dishonest contractors:

 

• Be wary of contractors who go door to door to offer repair services. Ask for recommendations from people you know and trust and whenever possible, use established local contractors.

• Call the Attorney General's Consumer Fraud Hotline to check out a contractor and to learn if any complaints have been filed against a particular business.

• Even if there is a need to act quickly, shop around for the best deal. Get written estimates from multiple contractors, and don't be rushed into a deal.

• Get all of the terms of a contract in writing, and obtain a copy of the signed contract.

• Never make lull payment until all the work has been completed to your satisfaction.

• Never pay in cash.

• Be aware that you have the right to cancel a contract within three business days if you signed it based on the contractors-visit to your home.

• In the case of disaster repair, you have an additional right to cancel. If your insurance carrier denies coverage, you have the right to cancel the contract within five days of when your insurance carrier denies your coverage.

• Ask to see required state and total permits and licenses_ Insurance adjusters and roofers must be licensed by state agencies. If the contractor does not have a required license, or if the name on the license doesn't match the name on the contractor's business card or truck, that should raise a red flag.

 

Attorney General Madigan reminded consumers that the Illinois Home Repair and Remodeling Act require contractors to furnish customers with written contracts for any repair or remodeling work costing more than 51,000. A contract must be signed by both the customer and the contractor. The law also requires contractors to cam' at least minimum amounts of insurance for property damage, bodily injury and improper home repair. Contractors also must provide consumers with an informational pamphlet entitled, "Home Repair: Know Your Consumer Rights."

icon