Your roof is one of the trickiest aspects of your home to maintain. In order to ensure your roof is performing properly, it is vital to have it inspected and maintained on a regular basis. Roofs that have been neglected are at a greater risk of water infiltration and premature building envelope failure. The last thing you want is water leaking into your home in the middle of our rainy season.
Refer to these three easy steps to prevent your roof from leaking:
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In case this is your first visit to the Macbeth blog, we’re currently posting a number of questions that homeowners or business owners should ask before hiring a roofing contractor. This blog is on the topic of, ‘Should you ask for roofing references.’
These series of questions may not be obvious to you. This is likely because a roof is something that few people spend a great deal of time thinking about. Unless you’re a professional roofing contractor like us, of course!
In today’s blog post, we will be discussing, ‘What Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Roofing Contractor’. This is another great question and one that few people outside the roofing industry may think of asking.
In this blog post, we’re going to continue with our series of what to ask a roofing contractor before hiring them. Today’s question is, ‘What will you do if the job isn’t completed to my satisfaction?’
Before we get to today’s question, we want to make this clear. A lot of roofers are proud of their businesses. They also have egos that make them want to protect all that they’ve built. As such, they may not want to answer some of the tougher questions, like the one we’ll be discussing today.