You have all your resources ready for your roofing project. Now, it’s time to find the most compatible roofer for your needs. Here are some essential questions you should ask your prospective roofer.
What’s Your Company Name and Physical Address?
Fly-by-night roofers have no address. If they do, it would be in a different town or state, making it difficult to verify. Local roofers, on the other hand, are based in your area. You can swing by their office anytime, and you can have peace of mind knowing they’re going to be there when you need them.
How Long Have You Been in Business?
If a roofing company has stayed in business for several years, it means they have gained a good reputation in the local community and customers trust them. It also ensures that they have the experience and skills to deliver quality service. You can be sure they won’t disappear because they are a trusted roofer in the area.
Do You Provide Written Estimates?
A written estimate must indicate the cost of materials, labor and other fees that you need to pay. It’s basically a breakdown of your expenses for your roofing project. With a written estimate, you can avoid getting caught off guard by the costs of the job. It also protects you from hidden charges that could drive up the cost of your project.
What Roofing Materials Do You Specialize In?
Whether you plan on installing asphalt shingles or metal roofing, make sure your roofer knows the proper techniques for the specific type of roofing you need. If a roofing company is certified by a manufacturer, then you can count on them to be trained and knowledgeable about the roofing systems of that manufacturer. Certified roofers can offer you stronger warranties too.
If you need quality roofing solutions, Barnett Roofing is the name to remember. Call us at (865) 936-6959 or fill out this contact form to request a quote.