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FAQs

FAQs

Trinity Exteriors, Inc answers all of your roofing and siding concerns

General

Do I need to get a permit for the roofing or siding job?

No. A Trinity Exteriors, Inc representative will get all appropriate permits needed and post them at the home or site before the job begins.

When will the materials be dropped off?

A Trinity Exteriors, Inc representative will contact you with the day that the materials are to be delivered. Materials will be delivered to the home or job site one day prior to the build. The only time materials are left longer that one night is if they are delivered on a Friday for a Monday build, or the job is delayed due to rain.

Where will the materials be dropped off?

Our delivery drivers are professionals and try to find the best location in the driveway or at the home that will cause the least amount of inconvenience to our customers. If you have any specific instructions on where or where not to place the materials please contact your representative or call the office.

Is there anything I need to do before the build?

Yes, sit back and relax you’re in good hands. Other than that, we ask that you move things like patio furniture, lawn ornaments, etc. away from the house and path of the crew.

Do I need to be home on the day of the build?

Only if you want to be. It isn’t necessary for you to be home or take off work, but if you would like to be home that’s okay too. The crew foreman will be on-site, and the production manager / supervisor will be by throughout the day to check on the project.

If I have a question or concern during the build, whom should I talk to?

As with any business, we have set communication channels to handle things that come up during a build. The appropriate contact for the homeowner is the Service Representative handling the file. If the Service Representative cannot be reached, please call our main office at 1-855-974-8333.

What about clean up, is there anything I’ll have to do?

All clean up is taking care of at the end of each workday. Truck trailers are brought in for debris removal and hauled away each day, so you will never have a gigantic metal bin sitting in your driveway for days or weeks on end. Our crews do the best they can to leave the jobsite, as it was when they arrived, other than the new roof, siding, etc.

Roofing

How long will it take to re-roof my house?

Typically, re-roofing most residential homes will take one day to complete. In order to minimize the inconvenience of construction on our homeowners, we have streamlined the roofing installation processes, hire only the best, and send as many crew members as needed to maintain the highest quality end product within that time.

What all is replaced on the roof?

The roof is stripped down to the decking and all vents, valleys, plumbing jacks, felt, etc. are replaced new.

Will you clean out my gutters while you’re up there; I’ve been meaning to do it?

Sorry no. We are in the roofing, not gutter cleaning business. However, the crew will clean out any debris from the build, but you’re on your own for the rotten leaves.

Siding, Fascia & Soffit

How long will it take to re-side my house?

Siding projects will typically take around 2-3 days to complete for most homes. One day for tear-off and two for installation.

Storm Restoration

Who calls the Insurance Company?

The homeowner named on the insurance policy must report the claim to the insurance company.

What phone number do I call for the Insurance Claims Department?

We’ve provided a list of contact information for the many of the homeowner’s insurance companies on the File A Claim page for your convenience.

How long after the storm date can I make a claim?

It really depends on your specific insurance policy, but can range from 6 months to 2 years.

Do I need to be home for the adjuster appointment?

Although it is up to you as to whether or not you are home for the adjuster appointment, we do ask that you make sure to have your Trinity Exteriors, Inc Representative present. Having your representative present to meet the adjuster will ensure that someone experienced and knowledgeable is making sure you are represented and receive a fair settlement.

Should I report minor damage to my Insurance Company?

As with any insurance related claim, that is totally up to you (the homeowner/policyholder). As with all storm restoration situations, our job is to simply share with you the extent of damage found, if any, during inspection, educate you on your rights and the restoration process, and enable you to make the decision on your own.

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our service area

We serve the following areas

Our Locations:

Trinity Exteriors, Inc
10179 Crosstown Cir
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
1-612-361-3306
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