- Are you a licensed and insured roofing contractor?
- Are you going to remove my old roof?
- Do you offer a warranty for my new roof?
- How long has the company been in business?
- Do you offer a written contract?
- Do you have any homeowner references?
It is very important to hire a licensed roofing contractor. Typically, they will have both Workers’ Compensation insurance and general liability insurance. Therefore, in case of any damage in the performance of their work, they will be responsible.
Make it a point to ask your roofing contractor if they will remove the old roof and install a totally new one.
The life span of most roof shingles is from 25 to 30 years. In most cases, contractors will offer their own warranty through the company if anything were to go wrong after the installation.
Hire a contractor that has been in business for more than a few years and has experience in the industry. You can trust an experienced company to be more knowledgeable about all aspects of the job.
Make sure your contractor provides a written contract. This protects you and ensures that your roofing projects will be completed. It also ensures the contractor that you will pay for the job.
If a contracting company has sufficient experience, it will have many previously satisfied customers. They should be willing to give you their names and phone numbers, so you can get their reviews.
Contact our roofing experts at Gary's Gutter Service Inc. We have been installing and repairing roofs residentially and commercially for over 30 years.We are experienced roofers and can undertake a range of roofing services. Our primary goal is your 100% satisfaction. Call 201-749-5024, 800-997-9174 or 845-450-1006. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.