Let us share with you some of the benefits that you’ll enjoy when you go local.
Verifying License, Insurance and References Is Easier
Obtaining a contractor’s license and insurance information, as well as contacts for references is easier when you work with a local contractor. You might even be able to visit homes in the area that your roofer has worked on before and examine their handiwork first-hand.
Low Chance of Issues With Non-Compliance
Local contractors are more familiar with local building codes, which means you won’t have to worry about your roof being torn down because of compliance issues. Since the roofer signs all the permits, it is our responsibility to make sure your new roof is up to code.
You Have Someone to Rely on in Case of Roofing Emergencies
Even if you haven’t hired one before, having a local roofing contractor’s number in your contacts list can be helpful if you need assistance after a storm. Dealing with storm damage doesn’t just include repairs done in a timely manner, but also providing temporary shelter as well as handling documentation for your insurance provider—all of which simply can’t be done by non-locals.
You Receive Our Full Attention
Every home has its own unique requirements and, therefore, deserves the full attention of the contractor working on it. Local roofers are simply better at providing that kind of attention, and not just on compliance level; we devote all the time needed to ensure the success of the roofing project. Being a small team, the owner and managers are knowledgeable about roofing work and take a hands-on approach to each project.
We Are a Part of the Community
Local roofers are far from just businesses: we are part of the community. We give back to the local community at every opportunity and has since participated in efforts such as No Roof Left Behind and organizations like Habitat For Humanity.
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