As a home owner, the most important thing about having your roof worked on is quality. When a roofing job is not performed properly, or professionally, it can lead to major problems and expenses on your behalf. The best way to ensure a quality job and lasting results is by hiring a fully licensed roofer. Licensed roofers are not only trained and qualified for the work they perform, but are also in competition with the best in the business.
Each state has established its own rigid standards for professional roofers and the work they perform. It is only the best roofers that meet these standards, and these are the ones that are granted a roofing contractor's license. By employing licensed roofers to do your project, you are indirectly working through the Registrar of Contractors Office of your state, and as such, guaranteed these standards, as well as the professional handling of your case. Similarly, if a problem develops, you can be assured that the roofers have met all the roofing qualifications required by your state, and not feel threatened by the inability to reach them, as it so often happens with unlicensed roofers. Each of the licensed roofers is registered with full contact details, and the Registrar of Contractors Office will resolve your problem readily, as well as back you with their official Recovery Fund.
In addition to this, you are able to find out some very important information about the roofers working for you if they are licensed, by contacting the Contractors State License Board. Some of the details regarding your roofers that may be accessible to you there include bond information, workers compensation policy, and legal action.
All of the roofers working at Roof 101 are of course, fully licensed, and we thus guarantee you the best quality roofing services that meet and exceed industry standards.
In addition to this, you are able to find out some very important information about the roofers working for you if they are licensed, by contacting the Contractors State License Board. Some of the details regarding your roofers that may be accessible to you there include bond information, workers compensation policy, and legal action. The Contractors State License Board offers a wide range of services to assist both commercial and residential roofing consumers in choosing a reliable licensed contractor, as well as provide detailed resources regarding building, complaints, disasters, construction, laws and regulations, and license classifications. For example, you may not have know that there are several kinds of licenses a contractor can obtain, and knowing that his/her skills are suitable to the project you want done, not to mention legal, is a very important factor that must first be considered when roofing. As a consumer, you are also entitled to many rights, as well obligations, when employing a licensed contractor, such as standard pricing and employer-employee relations. All of these, you can read about at their site. You may also find a variety of useful guides and pamphlets, such as ways to determine a fair ‘terms of agreement’ contract between you and your roofers.
Each licensed roofer has had to undergo a roofing examination, which covers a range of important fields of work. Because all of our roofers are licensed and qualified, we can guarantee that hey have been thoroughly tested in all of the following areas:
Penetrating roofing materials can be difficult and dangerous, even for an expert. Even the most skilled do-it-yourselfer may require professional help when learning how to install a skylight. If your roof is sloped more than 6 inches, or you wish to install a skylight larger than 48” square, contact Roof 101 for specialist roofing contractors.