Best roof repair company Denver
Last Updated on Monday, 26 November 2012 10:06
Written by ahroofing
Monday, 26 November 2012 10:06
Here’s a helpful video from the Better Business Bureau on finding a roofer you can trust.
A & H Roofing has an A+ Rating with the BBB. Click here for review.
When looking for a roofer you can trust, BBB recommends that homeowners:
Start Your Search with BBB. In addition to having Reliability Reports on tens of thousands of contractors—good and bad—across the US, you can also rely on BBB’s Accredited Business Locator to find trustworthy roofers in your area. BBB Accredited roofers have pledged to uphold BBB’s Standards for Trust and are contractually obligated to resolve all complaints filed with the BBB.
Vet the Contractor Carefully. Verify the business meets all state and local requirements including being licensed, insured and bonded. Also ask the business for references from recent jobs. Confirm whether or not the roofer will be subcontracting the job or relying on his or her own employees.
Beware of Storm Chasers. In the wake of a storm, fly-by-night repair businesses will solicit work, often door to door, in unmarked trucks. They might require advance payment and make big promises that they won’t deliver on.
Get at least three bids. Beware of lowball estimates that may potentially balloon over time or foreshadow shoddy work to come.
Recognize the red flags. Beware of any contractor that uses high pressure sales tactics or requires full payment upfront. Also avoid contractors that require you to get the necessary permits.
Make sure everything is in writing. Make sure that the full scope of the work is explained in the contract including cleanup and disposal of waste. All verbal agreements need to be included in the written agreement. Pay close attention to the payment terms, estimated price of materials and labor and any warranties or guarantees.