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!
This blog’s question is a little more obvious, but it still must be covered. Click more to continue reading below.
Should you Ask for Roofing References?
Any roofing company that has been in business for any length of time will have compiled a list of references. These are past clients that will vouch for the services they provide.
We recommend asking for roofing references for jobs related to the roofing work you are planning to have done.
Don’t Forget to Check the References
The second part of this tips is even more important. Be sure to follow-up with each reference you receive from the company. It is important to verify that the reference is valid and the project went smoothly. When you contact each reference, don’t be shy. Don’t be afraid to ask them the tough questions and make sure you’re comfortable with the answers.
Review Roofing References Online
A whopping 90% of consumers read online reviews before contacting a business. Additionally, 88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation.
We recommend looking into roofing references online as it is a straightforward way to understand a client’s past experience. It also saves you the trouble of having to contact them directly.
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If you’re looking for a professional roofing contractor in Vancouver, then contact Macbeth Roofing & Waterproofing, today!