The roof type on the form seems to be incomplete. It’s showing as 1, 2, other.
Be sure to proofread. I found a few typos, such as a lowercase b in bros and St. Louis is missing an apostrophe s in that same sentence. Some of your capitalization is a bit inconsistent as well.
I think the biggest area you can work on to improve the page is the messaging, though.
Calling out that it is the top rated company is a good thought, but you need to connect it to the prospect. Why should they care? Also, if you are going to lead with being top rated, I would put the ratings right after the headline to pay that off. To make it even more credible, I would include the source of those ratings.
I’m not averse to lengthy copy or pages, but in this case I think less could be more. There’s a lot going on here and some of the messaging adds more complexity. The hail damage section, for example, feels like a bit of a tangent that has its own process not related to the quote you’re offering. That might be better as it’s own dedicated page.
Videos can be effective, but I’m not sure how much this one adds to the value. Everything not related to this page’s offer covered in the video is a distraction from the offer. And the person in the video isn’t all that engaging. It’s clear he is reading lines off some sort of teleprompter or cue cards. This page may work better without the video.
Carefully consider every line of copy and consider its purpose. Everything you include should move users to filling out the form, either by ramping up desire for the offer, reducing friction or adding urgency.
For the copy throughout the page, try to put things in specific terms that people can picture in their minds. Things like “highest quality,” “minimal disturbance,” and “many years of experience” are too vague to have any real impact. Put it in terms that paint a picture for the reader.
Hope that helps you. Best of luck.