Philadelphia Roofing Company
Do you have a leaky roof or water spots on the ceilings of your home? Is your roofing pealing up or cracked and faded from their original color? If so, you are probably looking for a Philadelphia roofing company. You’ll need to consider several things in order to select the best Philadelphia roofing company.
First and foremost when selecting a Philadelphia roofing company is to do some research to see which roofers are top-rated. Much like landscaping, plumbing, or pest control, roofing is one of those businesses in which you’ll find many a handyman who says they can do the job, but has little or no ability to insure their work and who may not even be around to fix any repairs years from now. Therefore, when considering a Philadelphia roofing company, check out the Better Business Bureau and/or Angieslist to see various Philadelphia roofing companies’ ratings. If the company is less than A-rated with the Better Business Bureau, the number of complaints from previous customers will provide an indication of whether the roofer stands behind their work, or if they actually live up to the warranty they provided you at the time of sale. After all, a warranty is only as good as the company that offered it in the first place.
Secondly, when you ask a company to give you a quote on your roof repair or new roofing job, consider how many years that Philadelphia roofing company has been in business. If the company is offering a 10-yr. warranty and they’ve only been in business for 5 years, you may want to look elsewhere as that company has never been called on to enforce their warranty past at most 5 years. The likelihood that they’ll still be in business is not as secure as a company that’s been in business for 30 or so years.
Thirdly, you’ll want to consider what comes with the price quote the Philadelphia roofing company provides. Chances are, if the price is too good to be true, then the Philadelphia roofing company in question is most likely too good to be true as well. After all, if they price themselves too low, they won’t be in business for too long.
Finally, you’ll want to consider what work is being done from the Philadelphia roofing company you select. If they don’t follow proper code enforcement and/or tell you they’re going to replace your roof without doing all the proper work (tearing off old roof, replacing eave boxes, etc.), you’ll most likely have a problem on your hands down the road after you’ve spent good money now to fix the current problem.
If you’re looking for a reliable, proven Philadelphia roofing company with over 30 years in the business and top-rated by both the Better Business Bureau as well as the consumer-driven Angieslist, turn to the recognized experts at Fischer Roofing. Call (215) 743-1444 or point your browser to www.fischerroofing.com for a free estimate, and let the experts handle your roofing repair or new roof.