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Building a home? Does it need a Roof? Read this article before you make decisions on your Roof! Since the dawn of history, man has been attempting to protect himself from the rain and the elements. The first materials used were those that were readily at hand, such as slabs of rock, wood, and thatches of grass.

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Roofing allen

Get What You Pay For When Hiring

A Roofing Contractor

The roof on your home or business is the first line of defense when it comes to protecting your real

estate property investment! Roofing Colleyville generally the most expensive single item that property

owners will replace. When it’s time to have a new roofing system installed, it is often difficult to know

which roofer to hire for the job! Homeowners should be skeptical of hiring their roofer based on price

alone. When hiring a roofer, you generally will get exactly what you pay for! Hiring a roofer solely

because they provided the lowest bid may result in a poor quality roof that may leak and diminish the

curb appeal of your home.

Roofers With Experience In Your Specific Type Of Roofing System

There are numerous roofing contractors in your area. However, not all roofing contractors are

experienced in your specific type of roofing system. Residential roofers should be certified with GAF,

CertainTeed, Owens Corning, IKO, and Atlas Roofing. A commercial roof contractor should be skilled in

all types of flat roofing and certified with various commercial roofing manufacturers such as Carlisle

Syntec, Sika Sarnafil, GAF, Versico, and MuleHide. Ask the roofing contractor you are considering if they

have experience in installing the exact type of roof that you want installed. Be specific in addressing this

question. For instance, if you are interested in installing a metal shake tile roof, ask the roofer if they


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have actually installed a metal shake tile roof and not just a metal roof. Roofing systems can be very

different in their preparation and installation requirements. The same applies for heavy designer

shingles, TPO roofs, slate roofs, tile roofs, or any other type of roof. You want to hire a roofer with hands

on experience in installing the specific type of roofing system that you want installed on your home or

business!

Knowledgeable In Roofing Construction

Sadly, not all roofing companies are knowledgeable in roofing construction. In today’s market, the

roofing industry can be lucrative and attracts individuals who are savvy at marketing and interested in

owning a profitable business but they are not necessarily knowledgeable in roofing construction. Be

specific when hiring a roofing company and ask questions like:

Check Out Their Website And Portfolio

Today’s roofing contractors are very aware that the world has gone digital and consumers want to see

examples of their work online! Ask if they have a website and take the time to check out their

credentials! A professional website will give you detailed information on the many services and

qualifications that the roofer holds as well as a portfolio that will show you various examples of their

work! A roofer who doesn’t have a website in today’s roofing industry market is not a top roofer in your

area!

Customer Testimonials And Referrals

Look online for customer reviews through sites like Google and Yelp! If a customer takes the time to

post a review then you can be assured that the roofer you are considering will provide you with a quality

roofing system! Go to their website and see if they have a customer testimonial section! Any reputable

roofer will have an area of their website dedicated to customer reviews. Last but not least, you can

always ask them for a list of past customers who you may contact for a referral. If you speak with a

roofer who cannot provide you with a list of customer referrals and does not have multiple positive

reviews posted online, our advice would be to run and find a more qualified and reputable roofing

company!

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