Price is never the sole basis for hiring a commercial roof contractor. No matter how big or small the project may be, you have to do your due diligence to work with a reliable company.
As a leading name in Tampa roof repair and replacement, Arry’s Roofing shares these four smart tips to weed out bad prospects and hire a trustworthy commercial roofer available:
Make Sure It’s Insured
Work only with an insured company. Insurance is a non-negotiable requirement in roof projects, considering the number of hazards that might be present throughout the job. Without adequate liability insurance and workers’ compensation coverage, it might be hard to make the roofing company pay for any property damage it may cause on site. Worse, you may be held liable if someone gets hurt in your commercial space.
Arry’s Roofing is proud to be licensed in the State of Florida, along with having the necessary insurance coverage. In fact, we carry $2 million in liability coverage, as well as our worker’s compensation coverage. This assures you of a stress-free project.
Hire someone with a proven reputation and presence in the community. It’s not enough for the contractor to operate locally now; it must be in the local trade for several years as proof to its business stability.
When it comes to your commercial roofing in Palm Harbor, work with Arry’s Roofing. Our expertise on commercial and industrial buildings remains unmatched. We even work on historic buildings in the area.
Ensure Good Communication
In any building project, communication is key. Without it, confusions occur and disputes arise. Even if the company has an impressive resume, it’s not encouraging to hire someone that rubs you the wrong way. Listen to your intuition, and factor in the manner the company communicates with you to your decision.
We make sure that our team will coordinate with you every step of the way. We’ll update you on the project’s progress. Rest assured that we’ll have open communication for the entire duration.
Put Everything in Writing
Dunedin, FL, roofers should put everything discussed in the contract, no more, no less. The agreement must put you in control, not the other party. You should have a say on the terms of payment, which ideally should be after the job is done to your satisfaction.
In terms of down payments, states have different legal maximums, but it’s generally about 10% of the job total. This amount would suffice to establish your commitment to the commercial roof company so you can be worked into their schedule.
Entrust your commercial roof project to the company the Tampa area has trusted for over 25 years. To tell us your needs and discuss the detail of the job, call Arry’s Roofing now at (727) 938-9565.