A note from the owner, Dale Guyer:
When hiring a roofing contractor, the following questions may be useful and save you time and money:
Reputation – Ask around. Do your friends, family, and associates know anything about this contractor?
References – Ask for references. Be sure to follow up with previous customers and ask the tough questions (workmanship, professionalism, quality, and timeliness are a few suggestions).
Insurance – Ask if the contractor is fully insured. Do they have sufficient liability, workers compensation, and automotive coverage?
Your home is your most precious asset. Hiring contractors who are not fully insured places you at great risk. In fact, a contractor without the proper insurance who suffers a loss on your property may result in an insurance claim against your homeowners or personal insurance.
Even worse, a claim can be filed against you personally and you may not have insurance to defend or protect yourself. This can be catastrophic. Be sure to see the contractor’s liability and workers compensation insurance certificates.