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- I Love My New Roof
Everything went as we were told it would. The crew put the new roof on in a little over 1 day. They …read them all
- Very Professional Job
Our contractor, Eli Guthrie, was outstanding from start to finish. We had quite a lot of work do to and Eli was …read them all
- I Would Definitely Use Them Again
They installed my roof, new windows, siding and paint, and I paid for upgraded insulation. They took extra care to protect my driveway …read them all
- Work is Second to None
I requested information on my sunroom roof which has been leaking. This company responded immediately and on time. They explained their program …read them all
- So Impressed
The entire process was done in a fast and professional manner. Would definitely recommend to anyone needing a new roof or repairs. – Angie’s …read them all
- Fast and Professional
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Things to Consider When Selecting A Contractor
Are they local? Dealing with out-of-town companies could result in having a warranty not worth the paper it was written on. Make sure that you only deal with Colorado residents and be cautious of companies that represent themselves as national organizations, as these are often storm-chasing companies that only stay in town until a larger storm happens somewhere else.
Are they insured? General liability insurance is not carried by everyone who claims to have it, so always see proof of the policy and look for evidence of workman’s compensation. A company without the proper coverage could put the property owner at risk.
Are they licensed? Most areas require a licensed contractor to provide a building permit for roofing work. Never allow a contractor to do a job “under the radar” as the job could be shut down by a building inspector and corners are often cut during the job without that accountability.
How detailed is their estimate? Anyone who is worth contracting to perform work should know the details of the installation and the products inside and out. A company that does not provide a descriptive quote and informative presentation is prone to taking shortcuts or missing key details that could cause a subpar installation.
Are they a member of the Better Business Bureau? A company with multiple complaints or one who is not a member at all does not demonstrate the best reputation. Just as references are a positive indication of past performance, negative feedback from others is an indicator of what one can expect of a future experience.
Are they certified? Manufacturers allow only their certified installers to offer the best warranties. They also have their own standards and requirements, which can help a consumer discern which company is a qualified contractor.
Are they reliable? Prompt, reliable service should not be too much to ask for. If a company is unable to keep their appointments or does not have availability to meet at the property, perhaps an estimate from another company is in order. Professional and respectful treatment should be mandatory from anyone worth dealing with.
Are they willing to provide upgrades? There is usually room for improvement from the original installation. A company should be willing and able to discuss available upgrades instead of presuming that the bare-bones version will be sufficient. Be sure to get educated on current options and product details before making a commitment.
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