Erie Home

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Erie Home works with homeowners across 34 states, providing roofing installation services. The company specializes in metal and asphalt roofing and offers metal roofing in three different styles, mimicking wood shake, Spanish tile and asphalt. It provides a limited lifetime warranty on all its work. Additionally, the company can repair foundations and waterproof basements.

    Pros & Cons

    Pros
    • Three styles of metal roofing
    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • Available in 34 states
    Cons
    • Only installs metal or asphalt shingles
    • No solar roofing

    About Erie Home

    Erie Home is a roofing and basement contractor serving homeowners in 34 states throughout the country. Founded in 1976, the company has helped customers install metal and asphalt roofs for over 45 years. In specific locations, Erie Home can also repair cracked foundations, waterproof basements and install air purification systems.

    The company offers third-party financing to help homeowners pay for their projects, and all products come with a limited lifetime warranty. You can schedule a free estimate via the website.

    Our editor’s take

    Erie Home’s primary focus is roofing installation, specifically working with asphalt shingles and metal roofing. If you’re looking for just repairs or you want to work with a different material, you’ll need to look elsewhere. The company does provide a limited lifetime warranty, and its metal roofing can mimic the look of Spanish tile, wood shake or asphalt.

    Erie Home roofing services

    Erie Home focuses on installing metal or asphalt shingles on residential roofs. Its metal roofing offers ultraviolet resistance and has a glaze to protect against hail and wind damage. You can choose from metal meant to mimic asphalt shingles, Spanish tile or wood shake. Each type comes in a handful of colors.

    The company’s asphalt shingles are mixed with fiberglass, which helps protect them against high wind damage. Asphalt shingles are also available in a variety of colors.

    Other Erie Home services

    Erie Home also helps homeowners waterproof their basements. The company can start by repairing a home’s damaged foundation, installing a special sealant into cracks, stabilizing the foundation and repairing any damaged concrete. Next, its team can waterproof the basement to prevent water leaks and mold growth.

    Then the company can install an air purification system to help reduce humidity in the basement and improve the air quality.

    Erie Home roofing costs

    Erie Home does not provide roof replacement costs on its website, but this is typical — there are many factors that go into determining a project’s final cost. For an asphalt shingle roofing project, you can expect to pay anywhere from $5,800 to $12,700. For a metal roof, that number jumps up slightly: $5,600 to $16,400.

    You can schedule a free estimate with the company to get a better idea of the scope of your project.

    Financing

    Replacing your roof is a large investment, so Erie Home does work with third-party financial lenders to help cover the cost of a project. The company can approve financing during your initial consultation. The company offers terms from 12 to 180 months, with the option of $0 down upon credit approval.

    Erie Home warranty

    In addition to providing a manufacturer’s warranty on the materials, Erie Home provides a limited lifetime warranty. If you purchase asphalt shingles for your new roof, the company has a 30-year limited lifetime warranty, which protects against defects or installation issues. If you choose a metal roof, it comes with a 50-year limited lifetime warranty, which is also transferable.

    In the first 10 years, the company will repair or replace your roof if there are water leaks due to a manufacturer defect. There is no charge for the materials or labor. For the next 20 years, the company will repair or replace failing materials. In this instance, you won’t pay for the materials but will pay for the labor.

    Where is Erie Home available?

    Erie Home is available throughout the country and has 76 office locations. However, it’s not available in all states. You can find locations in Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin.

    Erie Home FAQ

    Does Erie Home offer solar roofing?

    No, Erie Home doesn’t offer any solar roofing options.

    Does Erie Home provide roof inspections?

    Erie Home can inspect your roof before giving a roofing installation estimate.

    Does Erie Home offer emergency services?

    No, Erie Home doesn’t offer emergency services since it only focuses on roofing installation, not repairs.

    Will Erie Home work with my home insurance company?

    If your roof needs to be replaced because it was badly damaged under a covered peril, talk to Erie Home about working with your insurance company.

    When was Erie Home founded?

    Erie Home was founded in 1976.

    How many locations does Erie Home have?

    Erie Home has 76 office locations throughout the country. The company works in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin.

    Is Erie Home legit?

    Yes, Erie Home is a legitimate company that’s been in business for over 45 years as of publishing.

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      Customer Service

      Reviewed March 20, 2024

      I reached out for a quote, scheduled for a Thursday and Wednesday they canceled with option to reschedule. They called me Monday shortly after 1pm and rescheduled for Tuesday at 6PM. It's now Tuesday at 7:25pm and NOTHING! No show, no call, no text, nothing. It's upsetting that a company can be so cavalier about business. 3/19/24.

      Installation & Setup

      Reviewed Feb. 6, 2024

      Beware of this outfit! I contracted for fiberglass shingles @ $40,000. They showed up, stripped parts of my roof, valleys & edges, then "reroofed" roofed over my old shingles with Asphalt shingles. The installation does not meet manufacturer's requirements, thus there is no warranty. To top it all off they put IKO shingles, the worst shingle on the market in 2022, the year the job was done! The financing was processed electronically; I never saw a check, but now I am responsible for the loan! If you find yourself in this situation, file a police report and contact the FBI Scam Dept.

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        Reviewed Nov. 21, 2023

        Having owned multiple rental properties as well as many of my own homes and running a business for many years where I dealt with lots of different types of insurance companies, I can confidently say that Erie homeowners insurance is the most intrusive homeowners insurance I’ve ever dealt with. They think they have the right to tell my tenant what she can store on her own back porch! It’s not a deck where one might worry about the weight although that’s really none of their business. It’s an exterior cement pad with a roof over it and Erie Homeowners sent an agent to go into her backyard and tell her she had to reduce the amount of stuff she had stored on her own back porch.

        Before you say well, it could be a safety issue… Think about how you’d like it if your insurance company sent somebody to investigate your backyard, and what items you had stored on your back porch at any given time and then denied you insurance because in their opinion, they didn’t like what you had stored there. They had multiple other things on their little checklist things I’ve never ever had to worry about with any other insurance company in 67 years of living!

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          Erie Home Company Information

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          Erie Home
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          eriehome.com