When you decide to work on your roof, it’s tempting to go with the lowest bidder or to try and do it yourself. While both these options are technically valid, they can lead to more problems than solutions.
It’s always better to hire certified roofing contractors when your roof is on the line. Read on to see why they can be a long-term, cost-effective solution.
Approval by Manufacturers
Certification is important since it is a third-party acknowledgement of the experience and knowledge of the contractor. However, these don’t come from just roofing organizations or state offices. Manufacturers of roofing materials, such as shingles, gutter systems and protective coatings, also offer certifications to contractors that pass their minimum requirements. To get their approval is to also have access to their available warranty systems.
Access to Better Products
A roofer with certifications has access to the best materials on the market. Specifically, they have access to manufacturer products. Groups like GAF, CertainTeed® and Andersen® all provide some of the best materials for roofs today. Our company has been certified by these manufacturers, meaning we can give their best products to all our customers within the area.
Safe and Precise Service
Aside from manufacturing, certified contractors provide quality installation and repair services. Whereas amateurs and DIY projects leave the risk of amateur mistakes, those who are certified know of the risks involved. They have insurance, safety measures, documentation and layouts to help bring their plan to fruition. They also have the proper training to make your project finish as fast as possible. This means you get long-term value for short, cost-effective service.
Curious to know more about our service? Want to learn about the different certificates we have? Krech Exteriors has the best options for all your roofing and siding needs. We are the leading providers of high-quality home improvement services in St. Paul, Minneapolis and nearby areas. Just give us a call at (651) 968-888, or fill out our contact form to request a free estimate.