Fenton roof replacements require experience and patience. A homeowner should expect a contractor to treat the property as if it were their own. You should also expect attention to detail, expertise in Missouri weather, and a keen understanding of the details to make you feel at ease in your decision to work with the right contractor.
An Informed Decision
As a homeowner, you should aim to get at least 3-4 quotes from a reputable, licensed roofing contractor in order to make an informed decision. You want to make sure each company is licensed and insured, as well as get pricing and a projected timeframe.
Our priority is to give our clients everything they need to make sure they feel secure in their decision to hire us. There are no surprises at the end of the project, we provide everything that is laid out in our contract. Any changes that need to be made are communicated ahead of time.
Assignment of Benefits
We care about your rights. Homeowners, beware of contractors requiring you to sign an Assignment of Benefits. Signing an Assignment of Benefits will mean waiving all the rights dealing with your homeowners’ policy. This allows the contractor to file a claim, make repair decisions, and collect insurance payments without your involvement. You will be excluded from participating in the contract price of your Fenton re-roof and will be left with inflated premiums if you allow this to happen.