If you've been looking for a MN roofing contractor, you probably have found that there is a substantial number of roofing companies within the St. Paul and Minneapolis area. If you're making a major investment in your home such as replacing a roof with an expectation of lasting quality and value, it’s important to note why some companies are different from others. Below are a number of standards that should be met when you're choosing a roofing contractor to work on your Twin Cities home.
- A company’s reputation should be first and foremost. The growth of a company is dependent upon customer satisfaction. A list of references with contact information should be supplied, but the word of community consumers stands the test of time. Thousands of satisfied homeowners can’t be wrong. And check for online reviews at reputable sites, especially those that are specific to the construction industry.
- Licensed roofing professionals make sure the project is done right from quoting to clean-up. Licensing provides the confidence that the work will meet a set of standards to be expected. Minnesota state law requires that building contractors working on homes be licensed by the state, so be sure to verify licensing.
- A reputable roofing company follows the installation requirements and specs of the manufacturer. Quarve maintains crews of highly trained and qualified workers, with training specific to each manufacturer we offer. Knowing that should alleviate concerns of shortcuts or misgivings during construction. This will also aid in making sure the correct permits are filed, and all legal steps are adhered to. Any contractor working on your home or business should be properly insured (and licensed, where required) for the type of work being performed, to remove any liability from your hands.
- The proper proposal should be offered for individual projects, big or small. The consumer shouldn’t have to agree to a contract that is either more or less than requested. With necessary parameters met for work being done properly, each customer should be treated as the most important through completion. Every job should be covered for a period of agreed time against defect and installation. Beside the cost of a product, a company should stand by its work and materials. Always compare warranties of contractors in addition to those provided by the material manufacturer.