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How To Hire A Roofing Company Sedona AZ

Owning a home means constant maintenance, but some projects must be tackled more frequently than others. These once in awhile projects are often the scariest for homeowners to complete, partly because they usually have a large price tag attached, and partly because of the homeowner s lack of experience and knowledge in the area. Installing a new roof is just such a project.

R.E.W. Roofing Inc.
(928) 634-8865
1431 S Thompson Rd
Cottonwood, AZ
Services
Residential and Commercial Roofing Service, Roofing Contractor, Roofers, Roofing Repair, Roofing Installation, Metal Roofing and More.

Randall'S Rubberized Roofing
(520) 419-2144
P.O. Box 2646
Tucson, AZ

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Distinctive Roofing
(602) 943-2047
2606 West Townley Avenue #9
Glendale, AZ
Services
Full-service roofing contractor
Hours
7 AM to 5 PM
Awards
Arizona roofing contractors Association
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network

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Dynamic Roofing Services, Llc
(602) 944-2104
Po Box 83916
Phoenix, AZ

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Catalina Roofing
(623) 869-9688
2021 W. Williams Drive
Phoenix, AZ

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Copper Canyon Roofing
(928) 593-0095
PO Box 904
Camp Verde, AZ

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Complete Roofing And Waterproofing
(480) 595-5590
6404 Willow Springs Lane, Suite 101
Cave Creek, AZ

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Castle Roofing Co.
(520) 749-4090
2732 N. Melpomene Way
Tucson, AZ
Services
Full Service Roofing Contractor
Hours
5 AM to 5 PM
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network

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George and Sons Roofing
(602) 284-2376
2309 West Larkspur Drive
Phoenix, AZ
Services
Full Service Roofing Contractor
Hours
8 AM to 5 PM
Membership Organizations
Rosie On the House Referral Network

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Abc Roofing Applicators Llc
(480) 214-0250
2001 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ

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How To Hire A Roofing Company

Owning a home means constant maintenance, but some projects must be tackled more frequently than others. These once in awhile projects are often the scariest for homeowners to complete, partly because they usually have a large price tag attached, and partly because of the homeowner s lack of experience and knowledge in the area. Installing a new roof is just such a project.

Without a background in roofing or construction, most homeowners don t have the basis of knowledge necessary to determine when they actually do need a new roof. It s very important to be able to turn to a roofing contractor that can be trusted to give accurate advice and pricing, as well as to complete the job correctly and with style.

Do Your Research:

By arming themselves with just a little bit of information about roofing, homeowners are able to be more prepared for the job at hand and what it entails. After an hour or two on the Internet becoming familiar with some of the main roofing terms, the process of contacting an Atlanta roofing company and beginning to get quotes on the job will seem less foreign. After learning a bit about roofing, it s time to turn to the professionals.

Get started by requesting roofing company referrals from friends, family and neighbors. Be sure to ask if they would hire the company again, or whether they d be likely to choose another roofing contractor. If they wouldn t use the same company again, that s certainly not a ringing endorsement.

For a reroofing project, most experts suggest asking questions about the following areas.

1. Legitimacy of Business:

All reputable roofing companies should have a permanent business address and phone number, along with a tax ID. It s important to see proof of your roofing contractor s liability and workers comp insurance policies to ensure that the homeowners won t be held responsible in the event of an accident. It s also standard to check that they have a legitimate business license from the state.

2. Reputation:

Most skilled Atlanta roofing contractors will be members of regional or national industry associations which keep them up to date on changes in the industry and frequently offer opportunities for continued education on reroofing. While it isn t necessarily a deal breaker if the roofing company isn t a member, it is something to consider. The Better Business Bureau is another source homeowners can use to uncover any complaints that have been filed about the company in the past. Finally, all roofing contractors should be able to provide references from several of their previous jobs. Homeowners should be sure to actually call and speak to these references, again asking if the client would be willing to hire the roofing company again.

3. Estimate:

The roofing contractor should automatically offer a written and signed proposal that details the particulars of the home and offers a very complete description of the reroofing job. Start date, payment options, complete date and damage compensation should all be included in this Atlanta home roofing estimate. Find out from the roofing company who would be in charge of this particular job, and ask that person about the work, including how many workers they think will be needed and their quality control practices.

Considering these three categories carefully can help homeowners make an informed and wise decision about which roofing contractor is right for them.

Tim McLoughlin is the President of http://www.ktmroofing.com/ Atlanta, Georgia roofing company KTM Roofing, an http://www.ktmroofing.com/choosearoofer.html Atlanta, GA roofing contractor that offers, asphalt, wood, tile and http://www.ktmroofing.com/materials.html Atlanta slate roofing services.



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