3. They’re Iffy on Specific Details
On the other hand, perhaps your problem is a bit different. Maybe you’re able to get in touch with a higher-up at the roof repair company, but they’re acting a bit dodgy.
Just like you paid attention to communication, be sure to note anything that sounds fishy.
If a company isn’t giving you details on things like the budget or a repair timeline, you’re likely not going to be satisfied with the final result.
Always ask for specifics. This includes:
- A budget
- A SPECIFIC project timeline
- How many workers to expect
- Time of arrival and time of departure every day
- Labor costs vs. material costs
4. They Won’t Sign a Contract
It’s always a good idea to sign a contract with a repair company. The right piece of paperwork keeps both parties and their respective interests safe.
Before the first worker steps foot onto your property, have all parties sign a contract. It doesn’t need to be long, but it does need to be inclusive.
Outline the specific duties of the company and what’s expected from them.
5. Their Workers are Uninsured
Part of your contract needs to include liability protection. Roofing is dangerous work, and it’s easy for something to go wrong. Always ask for proof that a company’s workers are insured.
Not only is an uninsured worker dangerous — it may be illegal depending on the state.
Davis Roofing: The Right Roof Repair Company
At Davis Roofing, we understand how important a job roof repair is. That’s why we promise to complete the job in a timely fashion, and for less than our competitors.
Get in touch today for your free estimate!