Roofers in Garrett, IN
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The experienced team of roofing specialists at 3 Rivers Remodeling are your locally-owned source for quality roof repair, replacement and installation. We offer expertise in a wide variety of roofing shingle styles/colors, metal roofs, flat roofing, rubber roofs, and complete roof repairs.
Put your trust in the award-winning service and quality of Millennium Home Design to complete the job right! We’ve proudly served more than 12,000 satisfied customers, and counting, since 1997. Our dedication to meeting our customer’s needs is second to none. We specialize in metal roofing applications.
Slatile Roofing & Sheet Metal has strived to deliver superior roofing systems at an affordable price since 1924. We specialize in commercial and industrial roofing systems and own and operate our own sheet metal shop. We are extensively trained in low slope roofing systems and guarantee success with long-term warranties.
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Hire a licensed and insured roofer.
A number of problems can arise during a roofing project, from poor workmanship to worker injury to the damage of power lines.
If these problems do occur, they’re generally the responsibility of the insured and licensed contractor. However, if you hire an unlicensed or uninsured contractor to handle the project, you'll be the one responsible if something goes wrong.
For example, if a contractor's equipment breaks a power line, you're the one responsible for anything that goes wrong. If the roofer's equipment breaks a power line, you're the one left footing the bill. If a roofer falls and gets hurt and cannot work for an extended period of time, you could end up being the one responsible for their lost wages and medical bills.
In addition, your homeowner's insurance most likely won't cover you in the event that this occurs. Most policies do not include damage caused by the knowing use of unlicensed or illegal contractors.
Make payments as work is completed.
If your roofing project is relatively extensive, set up a payment schedule that reflects the amount of work being completed. Don't be pressured into paying for work that isn't done or that you are not satisfied with.
Asking for a small deposit or a payment schedule are commonly accepted practices, but never pay for the entire project upfront. If your roofer asks for large upfront payments, don’t sign the contract.