Keeping the three topics that we talked about yesterday in mind (experience, references, & portfolios) in regards to searching for both roofing and tree service contractors, we will begin talking about both of them separately and roofing is up first!
Right The First Time
Needless to say, having your entire roof replaced is going to cost you a few more dollars than having some trees trimmed in your yard. This is why it is imperative that you find the perfect team of roofers the first time. If the job is messed up, it is a little bit harder and more expensive than fixing up some trees that didn't turn out like you thought they would.
For roofing contractors especially, one of the first things you should always check with is to make sure that they are licensed & insured to handle the work that you are hiring them to do. There are companies out there who will try and hide behind fancy lingo to make them seem like their paperwork is in order, but this is not always the case. Here is a look at some different contractors licensing classifications that can help give you more specific information as to what to look for.
You can take a look at Broken Arrow Roofing as a beginning reference as to what to look for when searching for a roofing contractor. Their license number is one of the first things that you see on their page and they are not afraid to show it. If their information isn't openly displayed on their page then don't be afraid to give them a call and ask for any information that you don't see.
In addition to costing more if everything goes as planned, any mistakes that might occur during their work is going to cost you a fortune more than the mistake of an arborist.
At the end of the day, we want to try and help save you money in the process of hiring a professional team and these are some of the most important steps you can take in regards to roofers.