6 tips for choosing a roofing contractor

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Here are a series of tips that will help you achieve the best possible experience when hiring a Minnesota roofing company.

Insurance is a must
Make sure your contractor has installation insurance and liability insurance. Ask to see the certificates and call the insurance company to confirm that they are valid.

This keeps all offers on a level playing field, knowing that part of the cost of the roof and the service provided to you is protected with the assurance of good coverage.

Choose the local contractor
Make sure the company you choose is local, as there are companies dedicated to waterproofing roofs in the city that undertake this and other types of work. Do your research on the company as being a local company they will have an established reputation in the community.

Many times customers have problems within the standard warranty period.

The company they chose to install their roof at the time moved or closed. It is very easy to provide a piece of paper, but the warranty is only as good as the longevity and reputation of the roofing company.

Price is not everything
Never choose a company based only on price, it is an important factor to take into account but it should not be defining.

In the long run, you get what you pay for, and customers who look to price as their sole criteria ultimately end up spending more money to fix later problems, and many of these problems would have been covered under a workmanship guarantee. From a reputable established roofing company.

Avoid the storm chasers
Stay away from the door when roofers come to offer their service.

This is just prospecting and selling, so choose a roofer that you know has customers in the area and they are satisfied with the work done.

If you are approached with this technique, call their management and ask for a recommendation.

Most of these roofers will tell you that you have this or that damage to your roof and you need them. Don’t feel pressured by these forceful tactics.

Get job details in writing
It is your roof and as such you must be in control. We suggest that you do not pay until the work is complete and make sure that you are satisfied with the result and that the payment terms were discussed before the work and respected by both parties.

Be sure to ask how long the job will take. You need to have a clear idea of ​​the estimated time of the project.

It is important that the offers are in writing and as detailed as possible.

Communication is paramount
Did they return your calls? Did they send the documentation you asked them to send? Did they follow everything to the letter? If you answer NO to these questions, be sure to communicate your concerns to the company representative.

Remember that communication is the key to any business. If you are not getting what you need when the negotiating ground is laid with the prospective contractor, what will happen once there is a work commitment signed by the parties?

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