Save Time and Money By Maximizing Every Roof Claim Using Supplements

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XACTIMATE RESIDENTIAL
ROOF ESTIMATE

$ 50
00
  • FREE Modifications
  • 72 Hour Turn Around or It's FREE
  • Your Company Logo Included

RESIDENTIAL
ROOF SUPPLEMENT

$ 150
00
  • FREE Modifications
  • 72 Hour Turn Around or It's FREE
  • You Call Insurance Company and Finalize The Claim

About Us

With years of experience as roofers, brothers Brock and Joe Mallon founded American Roof Supplements to help roofing organizations like yours maximize each roof claim through the use of roofing supplements.

By tailoring each claim to individual customers, we offer you more freedom to run your business and enjoy your life. We work diligently to help our clients prepare professional roof estimates for residential customers.

With our stress-free process, you can increase your profits from all insurance claims.

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