Curling or cracked shingles. Leaks in the ceiling. A lot of asphalt granules in the gutters. Any one of the telltale signals can mean it is time to change out your house’s roof. So where would you start? Using a reputable contractor in Littleton. Program time to take a seat with three or even more recommended roofers and ask these questions:
— what’s the complete name and address of the organization? This can confirm the organization is credible.
— Does the firm carry insurance? Contractors should take both complete liability insurance and workers’ settlement to guard you as the homeowner in case an injury happens.
— Is the business a accredited or credentialed contractor? Although not all states require licensing, this is an excellent index the contractor is educated and dedicated.
— How long has the firm been in operation? The more the firm continues to be in business, the better; the lifespan for most small businesses is three years.
— Will the firm provide referrals or references from previous occupations? Request a listing of names and phone numbers of previous companies and make an effort to get pictures of the roofer’s finished work.
— what’s the business’s workmanship guarantee? Guarantees that cover the installer’s work should generally cover at least a one-year time period.
— what’s the business’s track record for solving customer complaints? Request a referral from work that included a criticism. This can reveal the homeowner the way the contractor handles issues when they do appear.