While it may be tempting to go for the cheapest bid when choosing a roofing company, you should make a thorough assessment before making your decision. After all, you’ll live with the results of the contractor’s work for many years. Choosing the lowest bidder may make you vulnerable to shoddy workmanship, which will cost you more in the long run.
Top qualities you should look for in a contractor:
Great Communication Skills
As with any relationship, a clear line of communication is key when it comes to dealing with your roofer. A reliable roofer will always return your calls and send the documentation you’ve requested. They’ll make sure you’re on the same page so there is no confusion and you can keep track of your project’s status.
Licensed and Insured
Even if you only need minor repairs, it’s still best to work with an insured and licensed roof contractor. Unlike amateur roofers, they comply with industry standards and building codes to provide excellent workmanship for your roof. They’ll also protect you from liabilities in case of accidents. This gives you peace of mind knowing they can do the job right the first time and won’t take you for a ride.
Most companies will say they excel in what they do, but only their awards and client reviews will actually support their claims. Check their recent certifications and achievements, and contact some of their references. This will give you insight into what you can expect if you choose to work with them.
At A-TEX Roofing and Remodeling, we have all the credentials to deliver a flawless residential roof replacement or repair project. As a GAF Master Elite® contractor, we undergo periodic training to stay up-to-date with the latest installation methods and technological advances in the industry. Furthermore, we offer high-quality products backed by strong warranties. No matter what your concerns are, we can provide you the perfect solution.
Get in touch with us today at (210) 399-1117 to learn more about our products and services. We serve San Antonio, TX, and the surrounding areas.