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Roofing Contractor Frisco TX - Things to consider

Your home's roof has an average lifespan of about fifteen years. If your roof is less than fifteen years old and you are experiencing roofing problems, you likely are looking to have your roof repaired rather that replaced. If your roof is older than fifteen years, it may be necessary to get a new roof installed. Whether you are in need of roofing repairs, a re-roof, or a new roof installation, it is prudent to hire a professional roofing contractor. A roofing contractor will be able to assess your roof's condition, recommend the proper repair or replacement, and use the proper roofing materials and ensure a professional installation.If you're looking for more tips, Frisco commercial roofing company has it for you.


Before hiring a roofing contractor, it is recommended to get referrals and recommendations from friends and family. Even if you do not have any referrals, you should definitely get several roofing quotes before hiring a contractor. A roofing quote should be complete and highly detailed, containing specifics about the work to be done, the cost of materials and labor, and a timeline for the scope of the work. An additional thing to check on is that the cleanup is included in the quote. Otherwise this could be an additional cost or something you will need to take care of on your own.

It is important to hire a professional and to check up on the credential of the roofing contractor. Ask them how long they've been in business. Check the contractor's board for any complaints or lawsuits on file. Make sure they have a physical address. Many roofers, like other contractors, are "fly by night" businesses working in essence out of their trucks. There are even reports of scams from such types working for bogus business identities with no business license or physical place of business. These shady types work out of their trucks and take money from unknowing home owners. Roofing contractors should also be properly licensed, insured and bonded. This protects you, the home owner, from any damage to your home during their work.

Whether you decide on roofing repairs, a re-roof, or a completely new roof installation, building permits will be required by your city. Make sure the roofing company you decide to hire is familiar with the permits required as well as with the local building codes. Inspections are also likely required per building code, likely before, during and after construction completion. Make sure the roofer is complying with all regulations. This is important because if the roofer is not compliant you may be liable for damages or necessary repairs to bring the work to code.