The process of hiring a residential Denver roofer to maintain, repair or replace the roof on your home is not easy. It should involve multiple steps – the identification of the suitably qualified and available roofers in your area, followed by a personal meeting to discuss the details, then the process of obtaining cost estimates from multiple roofers and the final selection.
The face to face meeting with potential roofers is among the most important steps, so here are a few important topics to discuss while talking to contractors:
- Licensing and other credentials – only state-licensed roofers can legally provide roofing services, so the roofing license should be the first thing to check. You should also ask to be shown copies of the roofer’s insurance policies and other credentials, such as the certificates issues by roofing material manufacturers to prove that the roofer has attended their courses;
- The roofing process and the services included – you need a detailed, step by step description of the work to be performed on your roof. Find out about the roofer’s approach to handling any debris generated during the roofing project and to final site cleaning;
- Warranties – roofers must offer warranty not only on the materials they handle, but also on their labor.