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Questions To Ask When Hiring A Roofing Contractor

Questions To Ask When Hiring A Roofing Contractor

If you’re a business owner, then you know owning a commercial property is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make and having a reliable roof to protect your investment is your best way to secure the longevity of your property and your business. Here are questions you need to ask when looking for a roofing contractor.

1. Are you licensed, bonded and insured as a contractor?

The answer to this must be a YES! Here at Select Renovations, we’ll show you a copy of our business license and insurance and we even take it step further and make you additionally insured. This ensures that you as a building owner are not liable for any potential accidents during your roof build.

2. Are my materials being paid for with my money?

At Select Renovations, we require a 50% deposit, which we use for the purchase of your materials for your roof build. Before collecting the final payment we provide you with a full unconditional waiver from Duro-Last stating that your materials are paid for.

3. What does your warranty cover?

At Select Renovations, the most common warranty that we provide to our customers is the 15-Year NDL Supreme Warranty from Duro-Last. This covers 100% of the labor, materials and consequential damages for the entire 15 years, while protecting your investment from the cost of inflation.

4. How long will it take to replace my roof?

During our consultation we will provide you with an estimated time of completion. Many factors including size, complexity, tear-off or recover, weather and more will determine how long it will take to complete the roof.

5. How will this affect my business during construction?

Here at Select Renovations, we take pride not only in the safety of our employees but in the safety of your employees. Additionally, we can coordinate with you a designated work area to ensure you maintain normal business operations.

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