As with any home improvement project, proper communication with your contractor is critical. This is especially true when it comes to a roof repair or roof replacement job. The more open and free-flowing your communication is, the higher the chances of success. That being said, here are a few tips on how to properly communicate with your roofer.
1. Let Them Know Your Availability
You’d be surprised at how many roofing problems can be caused by something as simple as a missed phone call. This communication gap may force your contractor to make an important decision without being able to consult with you. For this reason, always let your roofer know your availability, and provide an alternate contact person in case you are not able to take calls.
2. Get Everything in Writing
From the initial consultation up to the completion of the project, make sure that you have everything in writing. This includes not just the overall cost of the project, but other important details, such as what materials are going to be used, the start and finish dates, and whether your roofing company is licensed and insured.
3. Ask as Many Questions as Possible
Many homeowners are afraid of asking too many questions thinking that they might annoy their roofer. On the contrary, any good roofer will be more than happy to answer any kind of question regarding the roofing work no matter how small, so never hesitate to ask.
Looking for an honest and reputable roofer? Then, be sure to give Superior Roofing a call at (706) 322-9032 to schedule your free consultation today. Alternatively, you can fill out our contact form to request a quotation. We happily serve home- and business owners in Columbus, GA, as well as Auburn, AL, and the surrounding communities.