You can begin to investigate each roofer once you've found at least 3 qualified roofers. Begin by verifying contact information. Next, confirm each business's insurance and licensing. For any red flags, check with the BBB and your chamber. Next, check out reports on contractor review websites.
After narrowing the field, invite potential contractors for a visit to your home and to scope out the job. It's important to discuss the roofing materials, the scope of work and to make sure you ask about the time and manpower required for completion. The contractor must be friendly, professional, and knowledgeable. While you may be dealing directly with an expert on materials or methods, do not let this stop you from being involved in the decision-making process. Ask lots of questions. Make sure to keep a record of the references you've consulted (and then double-check them).
It is important that you have a written contract that details every aspect of your job before you start any work. The contract should include safety procedures and liability. This includes workers' compensation. Contracts should include information about clean-up, payment amounts, and the schedule. A lien waiver can be requested to protect against potential claims if a roofer does not pay material vendor.
The lowest bid is probably not your best bet. You should also consider the estimated cost. It is more important to have confidence in the abilities of any given roofer. If you find a company worth your time and money, even if it's not the best, consider this: How much do I value peace of mind? It is worth a lot for many homeowners.
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