Whether your current roof has succumbed to the elements or you want to reinvent your home’s facade, it’s best to entrust the installation project to the pros like CMS Roofing. We’ll answer all your questions about the materials and procedures to help you prepare for this endeavor.
Here’s what you need to ask roofing contractors before the construction.
1. What Is Covered by the Roofing Warranty?
Ask your contractor about the coverage of their roofing warranty. This is a part of your roofing investment to which you should give the utmost importance. Remember that warranties will serve as your fallback if your roofing system is defective or if your roofers made installation mistakes. Take note of how long the coverage will last.
2. What Should I Expect From the New Roofing System?
You should expect your new roofing system to protect your home from the harsh elements for a long time. This is why you should invest in a high-quality roofing material rather than wasting your hard-earned money on subpar options. Ask your contractor about the specifics, including the technology behind the shingle production or the product’s service life.
3. Are You a Factory-Certified Contractor?
Working with a factory-certified contractor is a smart move in comparison to hiring amateur roofers. For instance, as a GAF Master Elite® contractor, we provide professional roofing services that follow the high standards of the industry. Part of this prestigious certification is our capacity to install the Timberline® Lifetime shingles, the most popular roofing shingles in North America.
4. Are There Necessary Roofing Permits?
Building codes vary from state to state. Some cities or municipalities require roofers to be licensed and insured before issuing the construction permit. Verify if your contractors have the right credentials to do the project.
Turn to CMS Roofing, one of the premier roofing companies in the area, for your roofing installation. Call us today at (803) 732-5558 or (843) 732-5558 to learn more about our products and services. We serve residents of Charleston and Columbia, SC, and Charlotte, NC.