Privacy Policy

Kelly Roofing respects the privacy of our customers and visitors. While we may collect specific personal or professional information such as name, title, mailing address, email, etc., we use this data internally only. These examples are illustrations and are not all-inclusive. No information is provided to outside parties for any purpose.
You can also be taken off our mailing list about future promotions and offers by sending an e-mail message to: If you would like to make sure that the information we do have about you is accurate or wish to change your information in our database, just send an email message explaining the correction or change
Notwithstanding the above, with respect to all users of our site, Kelly Roofing reserves the right to disclose any content, records, or electronic communication of any kind (including personal information or private electronic communication transmitted on our site):
(i) to satisfy any law, regulation, or government request;
(ii) if such disclosure is necessary or appropriate to operate; or
(iii) to protect the rights or property of Kelly Roofing or its users, providers, licensors, or merchants. Kelly Roofing also reserves the right to reject any order or to request additional information from any customer.


The information contained on this website is intended to provide information and be educational. The information provided may not pertain to your specific issue, should not be construed as fact or an expert opinion and does not constitute advice on any issue. The visitor, by exploring this website, communicating via the methods available on the website or through other means, or using links to the company website, agrees that no business relationship will be created except by a written agreement.

General Contract Agreement

1.General. This proposal (“Agreement”) is subject to change without notice and is automatically withdrawn on the 15th day following the date of issue if not accepted in writing and a copy of this proposal returned to KELLY ROOFING, LLC (“Contractor”). If Customer cancels this Agreement prior to the start of work, and not before midnight of the third business day after Customer signs this Agreement, Customer is liable for 15% of the total Agreement price as liquidated damages because Contractor is unable to accurately measure its damages for the cancellation of the Agreement. By executing this Agreement, Customer and Contractor agree that the liquidated damages amount is not a penalty. Contractor reserves the right to withdraw this proposal at any time prior to its acceptance or to cancel this Agreement prior to commencing work if the cost to complete the work varies from the initial standard pricing due to a typographical or mathematical error. As used in this Agreement, (a) the word “or” is not exclusive, (b) the word “including” is always without limitation, (c) “days” means calendar days and (d) singular words include plural and vice versa.

2.Access. Customer shall provide Contractor with adequate access to electricity and other utilities as needed, the work site, and the work area adjacent to the structure. Contractor disclaims any and all liability for the grading, leveling, slope or construction of the roof deck, the roofing system, structure and/or appurtenances. Customer represents to Contractor that all of the existing surfaces are suitable to receive the materials identified in the scope of work. Customer shall provide Contractor with access to deliver and/or remove materials and debris. Prior to the commencement of work, Customer shall provide Contractor with access to the interior of the structure, upon reasonable notice by Contractor, to inspect the premises for stains, ceiling damage and/or structural damage. Contractor shall not be responsible for any preexisting stains, ceiling damage and/or structural damage. Customer shall provide Contractor with all information necessary to prepare the Notice of Commencement. Customer and/or owner shall hold harmless and indemnify Contractor from all damages, liabilities, attorney’s fees and other expenses incurred as a result of the Customer and/or Customer’s failure to fulfill its obligations under this paragraph.

3.Payment Terms. By signing this Agreement, Customer gives Contractor the right to obtain a credit check on the signatory. Contractor reserves the right to require a deposit in excess of 10%, and Customer hereby waives the requirements of Florida Statute 489.126. Customer agrees to pay interest at the rate of 1 1/2 % per month (ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE OF 18%), unless otherwise required by law, on the balance of any and all unpaid amounts. Payments received shall be applied first to interest on all outstanding invoices and then to the principal amount of the oldest outstanding invoices. The total Agreement amount, including the charges for changes/extras outside the scope of work identified herein, shall be payable to Contractor in accordance with the Agreement. No portion of the agreed upon payment may be withheld, back charged or used as a setoff of the agreed upon payment amount without the written consent of Contractor. Customer acknowledges and agrees that it has an independent obligation to pay Contractor. If Customer does not make payment, Contractor shall be entitled to recover from Customer all costs of collection incurred by Contractor, including attorney’s fees, costs, and expenses incurred whether or not litigation is initiated. Collection matters may be processed through litigation or arbitration at Contractor’s sole discretion. If there is an increase in the price of materials charged to the Contractor in excess of five (5%) percent, subsequent to making this Agreement, then the price set forth in this Agreement shall be increased without the need for a written change order or amendment to the Agreement to reflect the price increase and additional direct cost to the Contractor. Contractor shall submit written documentation of the increased charges to the Customer. If Customer fails to pay Contractor in accordance with this Agreement, then Contractor may, at its sole discretion, suspend performance of all work, suspend shipments and/or warranties until full payment is made, and/or terminate this Agreement. If a suspension occurs that is not caused solely by the Contractor, the Agreement sum shall be increased by the amount of contractor’s reasonable costs of shut-down delay and start-up. The parties acknowledge and agree that the substitution of materials and price adjustments may be required based on changes in material availability and the cost to obtain and deliver materials to the project between the date of this Agreement and the delivery date. In such event, Contractor and Customer shall work together in good faith to identify substitute materials that are similar in price and quality and that do not cause an increase to the Agreement amount. If Customer selects substitute materials that increase the Agreement amount, then the Agreement will be adjusted to reflect the additional costs incurred by the Contractor to purchase and deliver the materials.

4.Site Conditions. Should the Contractor discover concealed or unknown conditions in the existing structure that vary from those conditions ordinarily encountered and generally recognized as inherent in the work of the character identified in this Agreement, then the Agreement amount shall be equitably adjusted upon notice thereof from the Contractor to the Customer.