Finding a reputable contractor is essential to the success of your roof replacement project. Roofing is a significant investment so you want it to last and be in the right hands. If your roofer is failing to fulfill their end of the bargain, then it may be time to let them go.
Find out if when to fire your roofer by looking out for these signs.
No Proof of License
Always check if your contractor is fully licensed and insured before hiring them. If your roofer can’t provide valid proof of licensing, bonding and insurance they may be lying to you. It may be best to go your separate ways if they can’t show you proof that their company if properly documented.
As your project progresses, you’re starting to notice that your contractor keeps finding more problems with other parts of your roof. Your roofer may or may not be taking you for a ride. Avoid this problem by reviewing your contractor with your roofer and clearly state which services you will and won’t pay for. Consider getting a second opinion about your roof repair or replacement if your contractor keeps on adding extra work.
Is your roofer always showing up late or not making an appearance at all? A professional contractor will always arrive at your home on time and clean up at the end of each working day. They should be respectful to you and your family. A reputable contractor follows the OSHA guidelines. Communication can affect the success of your project. If your roofer is hard to reach, then take that as a warning sign.
Expert Contracting is one of the most trusted roofing companies in the area. We have been providing reliable roofing services for more than a decade. Call us at (716) 572-7303 or complete our online form to get a free estimate. We work with homeowners in West Seneca, NY.