Have you ever felt short-changed by a company that overpromised but under delivered? Chances are the organization may have been too focused on making money instead of doing a good job.
Roofing projects are more than just business ventures though. To avoid falling under the spell of a charming salesperson but a terrible Sacramento roofing company, why not ask the contractor about its goals?
Contractors affiliated with professional organizations tend to embody some principles that not only improve the image of the company but also benefit the homeowner. Here are some examples of good goals you would want to hear your roofer mention and live by:
- Safety at all times.Liability insurance may replace lost income and property damage, but it cannot fix a broken limb or undo an injury.Tip: Inquire about safety gear and procedures. Ask how the company plans to approach your roofing problem.
- Best quality work.Beware of individuals who take quality lightly. A roofer is supposed to present permanent solutions and not just quick and easy fixes.Tip: Ask about quality benchmarks and preferred brands.
- Skills development. Roofers who are aware of their strengths and take the initiative to put their skills to good use can bring more value to the service than the contractor who strictly goes by the book.Tip: Know what kind of special training the contractor underwent. Get a list of auxiliary services the company offers.
- Efficiency.Companies that value your time will not hesitate to combine productivity and speed. The ideal result is a top quality job that’s finished ahead of schedule.Tip: Speeding up the work often comes at the expense of quality. Verify if the contractor imposes a production quota for its crew. Assess if the quota is reasonable.
What do you think the primary goal of a Sacramento roofing company should be? If you would like to see for yourself whether our organization matches your needs, don’t hesitate to give us a call and schedule your free, no-obligation roofing assessment today. There won’t be any hard selling during the visit; we promise.