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How can I find a good roofing contractor?

On Behalf of | Oct 9, 2019 | Construction Litigation |

Your roof is a vital component of your home, which is why it’s so important to find a quality contractor when you need repairs. It can be difficult to make an informed decision, especially when there are so many local contractors to choose from. That’s why offers the following tips on how to find a roofing company you can depend on. 

Make a list of potential companies

When selecting possible roofing companies, ask friends and family for their recommendations. If you know anyone who’s recently had work done at their homes, ask if they would recommend their roofing contractor. This will guide your decisions better than picking local companies at random. Try to find at least three separate companies with strong referrals before moving forward.  

Do some research

Do an online search of the three companies you selected. Look at the services they offer, years of experience, and online reviews from past customers. Pay special attention to whether the company is licensed and insured. If not, you could face a liability risk if a worker is injured on your property. If you’re pleased with what you find, you can reach out to each company to discuss your repair needs. 

Figure out a contract

Never let work begin before a contract has been hashed out. Even if a company seems reputable and says the right things in terms of the work to be performed, proceeding without a contract makes it exceedingly difficult to deal with any issues that arise. The contract should contain a schedule, costs, the scope of work, along with any other pertinent information. Contracts protect both the homeowner as well as the contractor, so if a roofing company seems reluctant to put things in writing, it’s a definite red flag.

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