Now, we get into the dollars and cents of the service offering. We mentioned that price shouldn’t be your major concern, but here’s where you need to look at the value for money. Not all roofing contractors work the same way, so you want to know exactly what you’re getting for your money.
Firstly, you need to make sure they inspect your property thoroughly. This helps them to understand exactly what work you need and also formulate an accurate quote. You don’t want any surprises halfway through the job, and a thorough inspection can limit the chances of that occurring.
Secondly, ask them to clearly outline what their quote includes. Are all materials and labour included? What additional work might be required, and how much will it cost? How long do they expect the job to take? More importantly, if the job takes longer than expected, does that mean you’ll be paying more?
Again, your contractor should be able to answer these questions and give an accurate quote. If they can’t do this, keep looking around, because you don’t want any surprise costs along the way.