It’s not easy choosing the right roofing company. We know this because we see some of the work completed by fly-by-nighters and storm chasers offering you the deal of a lifetime.
Choosing the right roofing company starts with these 4 key steps.
Ensure they are qualified as Licensed Building Practitioners
Ensure they take the time to fully understand your needs, your home and its environment and the reasons for you needing a new roof so they can provide you with the very best products and solutions for your exact requirements
Ensure they provide a detailed and written quote that covers all aspects of your project and there are no hidden extras or exclusions. You will want to know the total cost of your project and the last thing you will want is to be caught out having to go back to the bank or enduring more costs than you have budgeted for
And finally, ask to see examples of their work, and ask them how they’ve helped previous customers make the right decisions and get the right results. Also ask for references and testimonials from previous happy customers so you can have the confidence and trust in choosing the right roofing company
The best indicator of a roofing company’s capabilities is through previous customers. Ask for referrals and read reviews of past clients to find out if the roofing company is professional and reliable, clean, timely, and trustworthy. Be wary of any roofing contractors who do not have any reviews or who are plagued with a following of negative ratings.
A true, quality roofing professional will be able to provide all of these and supply you with answers to all of your questions. If you want to speak with us about our commitment to roofing and find out what we can do for you, call Auckland Roofing Solutions today.
If you have any questions or need any advice, please call me personally. You can call me free on 0800 637 663 to discuss your roofing situation.
** Please Note: Roof quotations/estimates for the purpose of Real Estate negotiations or Bank Approvals are charged at $180.00 plus GST (eg. when the property is not yet owned or is on the market for sale).