Roofing Aurora: Hiring roofing companies and roofing contractors in Aurora can be difficult. Who do you trust? Who is most affordable? Who will do the best job? Who will stand behind their warranty—over the long-term?
To help demystify the process—simply call the Dillon Bros, the most established roofing company in Aurora. OK—shameless self-plug over, but we really do have some legitimate advice to offer on what to look for in roofing companies and roofing contractors in Aurora:
1. Don’t Take the Lowest Bid
While the lowest bid might be tempting, companies who have to undercut their competition so drastically have a reason they need to do so. Be sure to thoroughly vet your lowest bids before choosing a company, by using the advice below. Also, ask them how they arrived at that cost to ensure that the savings is legitimate and they won’t be cutting corners.
2. Track Record
Find out how long the roofing company or roofing contractor has been in business because if you have any roofing problems in the future that require activating your warranty you want a company that is still around, and not someone who ‘tried roofing’ for a few years.
3. License and Insurance
Roofing companies and contractors are required to be fully licensed, bonded and insured—and these are not optional or nice-to-haves. Failure to be licensed can put your home insurance claims at risk, and if a company doesn’t have ample insurance and an injury or accident happens while on your property it can cost you tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
If your contractor/company cannot offer you references of throngs of happy clients—run. Preferably you want references of both recent jobs and older jobs so that you can assess their service and warranty over the long term.
5. Check Reviews
References are a solid tool but they will only be a list of happy customers. Check online for reviews of the roofing company, but be aware that more people write reviews online if they are dissatisfied than if they are moderately satisfied or happy—so be prepared for mixed reviews. Be suspicious if there are no reviews online, as this can be a sign that the company hasn’t been in business long.
6. Trust your Gut
Your intuition is stronger than you think, so once you have thoroughly vetted a company also consider how you feel about them. Do they communicate with you well? Are they readily available for questions? Do they listen to your concerns?
When making your shortlist of roofing contractors in Aurora—be sure to put the Dillon Bros on it. Our years of experience, references, reviews and communication will ensure we go right to the top of the list—and you’ll have an Aurora roofing company you can trust