• Dwaine Hood

3 Important Questions to Ask Your Prospective Roofer

Updated: Mar 17, 2020

Posted on February 1, 2020

by Dwaine Hood

Do you plan on replacing your roof? Before hiring a roofing contractor, you need to ensure you are asking them certain questions. Mistakes during your roof installation can affect the roof’s lifespan and overall performance. Make sure you have selected to work with the best company for the job. ProQor Roofing, is one of the top roofing contractors in the KC Metro Area, and in this article, they explain the things you should ask a potential contractor:

Do You Have Local References?

References and testimonials help you determine the caliber of a roofing company. By interviewing previous customers, you will be able to learn about the contractor’s attitude, communication style and adherence to schedule. ProQor Roofing is always willing to provide you with plenty of local references.

Do you Have a Roofing License?

Ask your prospective roofer if they are licensed by the state to perform roofing services. Licensing requirements differ by state and some cities don’t even require them at all. Ask for proof of their license and check with your local licensing office to make sure it’s up to date and has no outstanding violations.

Do You Have Insurance?

Your roofing company needs to have insurance to protect you in the case of an accident during the project. You do not want to be liable if there is an accident on the job site. A good roofing company will have adequate insurance for your protection. Make sure to double-check the information given to you by the contractor and to contact their insurance company as well. ProQor Roofing employees always have a copy of our insurance policy on hands at all times.

As your trusted local roofers, ProQor Roofing specializes in a total roof approach. Come experience Professional Quality of Results, the ProQor way in the Kansas City Metro area. Call Dwaine Hood at ProQor Roofing today (913) 210-1783 to schedule your FREE roof inspection and estimate.

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