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Find the Right Roofers to Do the Job

by Guest on Jan 11, 2013

It is true that good service is hard to find, but if you take some effort looking for it and if you follow a smart guideline, then you will definitely find the right company or contractor. This is very true if you are looking for a roofing contractor. Roof installation is not an easy task unlike other house repairs that you can do by yourself. Repairing or replacing your roof needs skills and expertise if you want to have it done right and fast. It is also very dangerous to do since you have to stay on an elevated surface where falling can be a major disaster. This is why you need to find only the best roofers within your area.

Where to Find Them?

Local contractors have many ways of advertising their business. The white pages are the most common place to look for them, although with the advent of the internet, you can be sure that most roofers have found a way to put up their websites too. Searching online can be the easiest route to take. You will be surprised that forums discussing such topic even exist. If they do not have one specific to your area, you can start a thread of your own and wait for replies. First-hand experiences are more reliable as sources of information regarding the kind of service a certain contractor offers. You may also ask family or friends who have just had their roofs done. They may be able to recommend a good roofing service for you and you may even have a discount because of the referral.

What to Look For?

Once you have started interviewing contractors, ask for their licenses and portfolios. Some states require that roofers obtain licenses before they can operate. Avoid dealing with violators because you will be at the losing end if they ever get caught. A good portfolio is also essential especially if you are looking for a specific design. You need to be assured that the roofers have an experience doing the same kind of project or you may end up with a group of workers who do their job by trial and error at your expense.

What to Ask Your Contractor?

As you know, most companies also hire subcontractors to do some part of the project and you should clear this up with your contractor. What you and your contractor have agreed upon may not be completely relayed to their subcontractor, which can cause a snag to the project. Ask them how much of the work will be delegated to the third party. It is no use making agreements with a contractor who will not be doing the major and critical parts of the workload after all.

Insurance is also important. Since roofers are exposed to hazard inherent to their jobs, they need to be insured in case any accident occurs on the site. Be sure to only deal with responsible companies who provide their workers with insurance and those who legally run their business.

You should also be clear about the over-all cost of the project. All expenses incurred should be itemized as well as all the details of the project, like how they will go about it and why such steps are necessary.

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