Roofers in Columbus, OH
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The experienced professionals at Bradford Xteriors, Inc. offer quality roof repairs and replacements for residential and commercial customers. We’re a licensed, insured and certified roofing contractor serving the greater Columbus area. We offer expertise in shingle roofing, slate, metal, shakes and commercial roofing systems.
At Allstate Exteriors we are always up-front and honest with all of our work. The initial quote that we give you will be the price you pay in the end. We are a roofing company that is committed to providing you with high-quality, affordable residential and commercial roofing services. Call Allstate and let us help you will all of your roofing needs.
Advanced Concepts Inc. is located in Canal Winchester, Ohio and can provide roofing, siding, gutters, windows, and many other general contracting services. They are a Certainteed ShingleMaster approved contractor.
We offer a full line of residential remodeling services to fit any project for your home. Our dedicated staff will speak honestly with you about budget, scheduling, and other crucial aspects of a successful installation.
Since 1986, Able Roofing has offered superior quality residential and commercial roofing services in the Columbus area. We offer free inspections and estimates on every job. We strive for complete customer satisfaction on every roof installation or repair. Contact us today to learn more.
We specialize in low slope and steep slope roofing applications, while additionally working with sidings and ventilation. Call us today to see for yourself why we’re the fastest growing contractor in Ohio!
We’re driven to fulfill your roofing and home improvement needs! Summit Building & Roofing Company based in Upper Arlington has more than a decade of experience specializing in metal and shingle roofing services, including installation, replacement and repairs. We’re fully licensed and TAMKO Certified.
The professional roofing team at The Metal Roof Company specialize in steel and aluminum roofing services, as well as all other major types of residential and commercial roofing systems. No matter your roofing need, we have the solution! We offer several convenient payment options, including zero interest financing.
Welsh Exteriors has been providing superior home improvement services since 1997. We specialize in residential and commercial roofing and are fully certified to install the top product lines in the country. We also offer additional exterior services such as gutters, siding, windows and doors. Call today for a free estimate!
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What should a roofers' proposal include?
One of the clearest signs of a thorough and honest contractor is a clearly written proposal. A well-written proposal should include:
- Detailed description of the work being done
- Type of roof covering, including manufacturer, color, etc.
- Materials being used, including underlayment, gutters, ice dam protection, etc.
- Installation method
- Intended project start and completion dates
- Payment schedules and methods
- Warranty information, like the length of the warranty, what is covered, etc.
- Who is responsible for repairing damages incurred during the course of the work
If one of the estimates is much lower than the others and seems too good to be true, it because is. If an estimate seems confusing, ask the contractor to break down the estimate into items and terms that you can clearly understand. If they aren’t willing to, this is a red flag.
What do roof warranties include?
You will come across different warranties when looking for the right roofing option for your property.
In general, this warranty covers defects in the manufacture of the roofing material. The period of coverage typically ranges somewhere from 20 years to a lifetime.
The roofing contractor should also provide you with a warranty for their workmanship, which will typically cover installation and related issues. The warranty should contain what items are covered and what will void them. Many contractors offer one year or two years of coverage; however, there is no industry standard.