What You Should Know
Things you should know about your potential roofing contractor:
- You should have a “Class A” contractor that has the highest certification in the state.
- Very important: The contractor should be able to provide you with proof of insurance and workers’ compensation specifically for roofing, Code 5551. A certificate should be provided directly to you by the contractor’s insurance carrier who will also verify the roofing Code 5551 ; otherwise, the insurance is invalid and there is no protection coverage for your project .
- Your contractor should be willing to provide you with a workmanship warranty in writing.
- Would manufacturers and/or distributors recommend your roofing contractor?
- Your roofing contractor should supply you with multiple references.
- Does the contractor have a workforce to complete your project in a timely manner?
- How many jobs does the company complete in an average year?
- Piedmont Roofing is a certified distributor and installer of custom and hand-forged copper and zinc guttering systems and accessories.
- Will your contractor provide a warranty?
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