Commercial Roofers in Driggs, ID

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Commercial Roofers in Driggs, ID

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Tri State Roofing is a leader in the industrial and commercial roofing industry.  For over 25 years we have been providing our clients with unparalleled levels of service and quality.  Our installation experts have extensive experience in commercial roofing replacement and commercial roof repair.

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More About Commercial Roofs

Research potential commercial roofers.

The first step to hiring a commercial roofing contractor is to vet potential roofers to ensure they:

  • Have experience performing the services you need
  • Follow the best business practices
  • Are licensed, bonded, and insured

Ask the roofers you speak with for references, and follow up with them. Make sure their recent work reflects the scope of your needs.

Learn more: 4 Tips for Hiring the Right Commercial Roofing Contractor

Prioritize professionalism and safety.

Hire a commercial roofing contractor who places an emphasis on maintaining a safe and professional work site.

The contractor should provide a detailed plan of the project, including dates of start and completion, material delivery, plans for potential surprises, and more. 

Commercial roofing contractors should be able to provide the following:

  • Verification of a qualified, designated, on-site safety representative who is accountable for safety management during the project
  • Compliance with all OSHA requirements, including roof work and fall protection
  • Written program for any flame-involved process to protect against fires during the course of the installation

Keep reading: Roofing Estimates 101: What You Should Know Before Signing

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