Any roofing project is best left in the hands of the pros. Then again, even though there are a lot of roofing companies that are worth hiring, you need to be aware of the fact that not all of them are a good fit for your needs. Taking time in getting to know the business you’re dealing with is vital to the success of your project.
Today, Bone Dry Roofing offers tips to make sure the roofing contractor you are considering to hire matches your needs and expectations.
Ask About Projects They Previously Worked On
Looking into the past jobs a prospective roofing contractor has worked on over the years gives you an idea of their capability to deliver top-notch workmanship. It also helps you determine their level of expertise when it comes to handling roofing projects. Be sure to ask the pros about their experience with working on roofs that are of the same type as yours.
Learn About the Contractor’s Credentials
In searching for a roofing contractor for your project, always check a prospect’s credentials and verify their validity. Go online and check if they are qualified to do business in your local area. You can browse the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website or the National Roofing Contractors Association to confirm this. Also, be sure the contractor you choose has the appropriate, up-to-date licenses—this gives you a lot more recourse should something go wrong with your project.
Bone Dry Roofing is proud to carry the distinction of an Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, an accolade less than 1% of contractors in the country can achieve. These contractors, including Bone Dry, are screened and selected for our commitment to customer service, reliability, and professional craftsmanship. We also meet high standards and strict requirements, like carrying all required state and local licenses, hold at least $1,000,000 in general liability insurance, are financially stable, and provide impeccable customer service.
Ask If They Carry Insurance
Speaking of insurance, make sure the roofing contractor you’re hiring carries insurance—one to cover workers who get injured while doing work in your property (workers’ compensation) and another to cover property damage that occurred during installation (general liability insurance). Don’t just take their word for it; if possible, ask for the certificates. We’ll happily provide you with information on ours.
For your roofing needs, turn to Bone Dry Roofing. We pride ourselves in installing quality roofing systems and solving customers’ problems. Expect our trained professionals to provide excellent services and exceed your expectations. Call 877-BONE-DRY or fill out our contact form to schedule an appointment.