Why Hire a Licensed Roofer?

Make Sure that Your Roof is Taken Care of By Licensed, Bonded, and Insured Experts

Your roof is a vital part of your home. It protects your home from the heat and the cold, keeps water and pests out, and prevents leaves and other airborne debris from blowing into your living space. When it’s time to repair or replace your roof, don’t trust just any technician to get the job done right. Make sure that your roofer is fully licensed, bonded, and insured to get a top-quality roof at a great price, from a service provider you can trust.

Cleaner, Safer, and Better Work

At the end of the day, roofing is hard work, and it takes a lot of training and practice to do it right. Unlike DIY enthusiasts and unqualified contractors, licensed roofers have spent a lot of time learning the best ways to repair, maintain, and install effective roofing, and have passed rigorous tests to earn their qualifications. Beyond that, licensed roofers undergo extensive safety training to ensure that their work is always completed without creating safety hazards or damaging your property. They also know how to limit the mess that roofing can make on your property, and most professional roofing companies include clean-up in their services. In short, when you hire a licensed roofer, you’re hiring a true professional that strives to uphold a high professional standard and deliver impeccable work.

Bonded and Insured for Your Peace of Mind

What does it mean when a roofer is bonded and insured? Both of these terms have different meanings and mean different things for you as a customer. A bonded roofer is one who is under contract to complete the service as agreed upon. That means that if the work isn’t completed, you won’t have to pay extra to get your roofer to return and finish the job. Meanwhile, an insured roofer is one that has their own injury and liability insurance, so that if they do get injured on the job, the costs won’t be added to your bill.

Working with a contractor that is both bonded and insured means that you get exactly what you pay for. You won’t be charged for an unfinished or sub-par roof, and you won’t have to pay extra for mistakes that weren’t your fault.

Ensuring Your Claim Goes Smoothly

One of the biggest advantages of working with licensed roofers makes itself clear when it comes time to deal with your insurance company. Put simply, you’ll find that a licensed roofer will do most of the work for you. Licensed roofers know exactly what insurance companies need to approve your claim, and what laws and regulations they need to abide by. Plus, insurers know that they can count on licensed professionals to know what they’re doing, so when you work with a qualified roofing contractor, your insurance provider can trust that all estimates and damage assessments are accurate and that all the proper procedures will be followed.

If you’re looking for a licensed roofer, contact Divine Roofing, Inc. online or give us a call at (719) 497-1005 for fully-qualified service!

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