All About Roofing

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515 W Hickory St, Denton TX 76201, USA

Roofing Contractor serving Denton county and the DFW area.

Inspections first

Usually the first question that we're asked about our roofing services is, “how much will this cost?" There are so many features of your roof that make it unique from any other roof that we recommend having a thorough inspection and estimate first. The choices available to you and your roof may vary according to your Homeowner's Associations, house style, roof pitch, etc., so once an inspection and estimate have been made, you can safely balance your budget for your home's needs.

Installations and repairs

All About Roofing inspections are the foundation for good repairs. Once we've assessed the damage of your current roof, our licensed and insured technicians will work quickly and efficiently to get those repairs finished. If you're building a new home, we will work with your builder to effectively install the new roof and gutter system according to his timeline of construction.

Don't let price alone make your decision when choosing a roofing contractor.

New roofs and roofing repairs are major expenses, and you need to know that the job being done will be quality work.
Here are some things to consider and to ask the person you're looking to hire:
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Is the contractor licensed?

Most states require some sort of licensing that shows trade certification. Ask for their license number. You may also want to check with your local building code enforcement agency to make sure the license is in good standing.

Does the contractor carry the proper insurance?

Most often, general liability as well as workman's comp should be carried. Check your state for requirements. Ask to see the contractor's insurance certificates. They should be available on all job sites and you should check to make sure the policy is active. Hiring a contractor without the proper insurance could mean you're liable in the event of an accident on your property.
What about inspections, warranties and estimates?
All details regarding these items should be discussed prior to any work starting. Find out specifics in regards to what an inspection will entail, what the terms of all warranties are, and how much variance is likely between an estimate and final cost.

What about references?

References can provide you great information. Ask your contractor for a list of previous customers that you can contact. Ask these customers about project completion turn-around time, and post-sale services. You can also check references on jobs that are in progress; check these to find information on timeliness, cleanliness and quality and professionalism. A good contractor won't hesitate to provide you this information.
At All About Roofing we would be happy to answer any of these questions. Call us today to find out how we can help in all your roofing and repair needs.