If you’re hiring residential roofing contractors, you need to make sure that you do your due diligence. Some roofing contractors cut corners and will leave you with an ineffective roof that constantly needs repairs. This video will show you how to weed out those roofers and find a high-quality roofer for your home.
The first thing you need to do is check to see if a roofer is licensed and insured. The license proves that the roofer knows what they’re doing and the insurance will protect both you and the roofer in the event of an accident. Some roofers without a license or insurance may charge lower prices, but you can end up paying significantly more in the long run.
It’s also important to ask about the roofer’s certifications or partnerships with roofing manufacturers. Roofing manufacturers make the materials that the roofer installs. If the roofer is certified by a leading roofing manufacturer, you get the combined benefit of having an expert installer and high-quality materials.
It’s also important to make sure that the roofing company you’re looking at has a brick-and-mortar location. This may seem obvious, but in the digital world you may not actually go into a building before you hire the roofer.
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