Whether you are a homeowner or a business owner, you know for a fact that taking on a roof repair or replacement is a significant endeavor. Careful planning is necessary to ensure its success, and that includes vetting roofers before choosing the best one that meets your needs. While there are reputable roofing contractors in the local area, there are also those willing to lie just to win bids or take your money.
Read on as we discuss the several lies bad roofers tell their customers.
“Our Roofers Are All In-House”
When assessing prospective roofing companies, take note of the size of each one and the number of employees needed to complete the project on time. If one of them is composed of a 6-man crew, but your project will require 20 people to get it done, it will likely outsource the labor or work with another roofer. This is problematic because the quality of work might not be up to par with the six-man crew. Work with a roofing contractor that employs its team of professional roofers.
“We Offer Cheaper Prices”
Don’t always choose roofers with the lowest quote or estimate. Keep in mind that price isn’t the only factor to consider when choosing a contractor for your residential or commercial roof replacement. Years of experience, use of top-of-the-line materials and a focus on a proven roofing process often justify a higher bid. Despite this, you can expect the roofer to provide high-quality service from start to finish.
“Your Warranty Will Cover Everything”
Warranties give you peace of mind that your roof is expected to perform as intended over a given period. Before you sign off on one, however, be sure you ask questions and seek clarifications so you know exactly what it covers and what it doesn’t. Better yet, ask the roofers to show you in print where it says what they said.
Hill Roofing Corporation offers high-quality roofing services for homeowners and business owners in the local area. Call (703) 754-0964, or fill out our contact form to request a free estimate. We serve homeowners in Manassas, VA, and the surrounding communities.