Signs Your Roofer Might Not Be Up to the Task
The summer season is the best time to do any roofing project as the weather is very cooperative – not too humid and the rain is more predictable. You might have already hired a roofer to work on your project, but it’s not really easy to tell if they’re the right choice.
Our experts at Signature Exteriors share signs that your roofer might not be up to the task at hand.
Unprofessional behavior can be as serious as the contractor or their staff disrespecting you or doing things out of the project scope. It could be the simple act of not coming to your property on time. Professional roofers consistently show up on time and you can see their full commitment to your project.
No Proper Licensing
Failure to show a license and insurance is a red flag that you should watch out for. Proof of licensing is an important factor in your choice of contractor and it’s what validates the services they claim to offer.
A license, on the other hand, is for your protection from being liable for expenses as a result of contractor negligence. If your prospective roofer fails to show these two, then you should consider hiring a new one.
Unnecessary Additional Work
Finally, be wary if your roofer keeps on recommending additional work for your roofing project. The roofer that you’ll be working with should be able to give you a definite list of additional work needed for your project from the start, not halfway or in the middle of the project.
As one of the top roofing contractors in Connecticut, our team at Signature Exteriors makes it a point to do an in-depth inspection before we even begin, so you know exactly what your roof needs. We are licensed and insured, we treat your home as if we were working on our own homes and we have years of experience in the industry.
Call us today at (866) 244-8029 to learn more about our services. We offer complete roofing services throughout Stamford, CT.