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Metal Roofing Contractors Guide

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You’ve finally decided to replace that old roof of yours with new metal roofing. Now, you need to find reputable metal roofing contractors to discuss pricing and options. The problem is to know where you should go to find someone you can trust. If you’re at a loss, don’t worry as the following tips will help you to find a contractor worth hiring.

You can start by looking up dealers and installation professionals in your local phone directory. However, make sure they have a website so that you can have an idea of their selection and guarantees before placing a phone call to them. Search around online as well for metal roofing contractors in your area and grab a pen and a notepad so you can compare and contrast services and pricing.

You will want to look for a contractor who is willing not only to provide you with a warrantee for the materials used in constructing your new roof, but also who guarantees the performance of the roof after installation. Look for a company who has been in business for a considerable amount of time to avoid those fly-by-night operations. Never hire a contractor who can’t be verified through the Better Business Bureau or the National Association of Home Builders.

Reputable metal roofing contractors will provide you with a free estimate up front so you can make sure that the project is well within your budget. The estimate should include the cost of all materials used, the labor charges, any building permits that are needed and the cost of disposing of old materials. In addition, the estimate should include a notification clause so that you are informed of the process every step of the way. A written schedule and completion date are also crucial.

Avoid roofing companies who hire sub-contractors to do their work for them. Since you can’t control who they choose to hire, you’re more at risk for getting a raw deal and shoddy craftsmanship. Once you’ve verified the company you wish to contact, call them to set up an appointment. You’ll be glad you did.