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How to Find a Qualified Monroe Roofer
The roof over your head is literally your first defense against the outside elements. If your roof is in poor condition you risk serious damage to your whole house and all your belongings. Moisture can enter, causing further damage to the roof, ceiling and interior walls. Left in disrepair the cost of having the damage repaired will only grow over time. The sooner you call a competent Monroe Roofer to take care of the problem, the more money you will actually save.
Replacing a roof can be expensive no mater what kind of roof you have. The roofing materials are only a small part of what you’ll pay. The biggest expense in hiring a qualified Monroe Roofer will be in labor. Roofing is a trade that requires skill and knowledge in a number of other disciplines including math, general carpentry, and framing construction. Finding a Roofer is the easy part. Finding a qualified Monroe Roofer that has the experience and know-how to do the job right and leave you with a secure roof over your head might take some time.
Getting Your Bid from a Monroe Roofer
Once you have a few companies in mind, it’s time to ask for some bids. Ask for a bid from each Roofer you feel comfortable with. Some people say the more bids the better but this is not necessarily true. If a Roofer feels there is too much competition he may simply walk away. The truth is a busy Roofer may have little time to bid against each company, so you could end up losing a bid from the best qualified Monroe Roofer. So select just a few contractors and select the best Roofer for the bidding process.
Remember when asking for a bid, you don’t want just a slip of paper with a number on it. You want an itemized list of what everything will cost including all materials and labor. Provide each Monroe Roofer with a detailed list of what you’d like included in the bids and this will help ensure that you receive some uniform quotes that are easy to compare. If you find that one bid is considerably lower than the rest, it will also be easier to pick out the differences.
The lowest bid is not always the best deal nor is the highest bid going to guarantee you’ll get the best service or materials. You should look for a balance of both reasonable price and good service. If one bid seems considerably lower than the others ask the Roofer why. One Roofer may simply have lower overhead, fewer workers or a better source for materials and this savings can often be passed on to the customer but make certain the Roofer can back up any claims he makes.
Once you’ve found the Monroe Roofer you feel is right for the job, you’ll need to work up a contract.