Important Information That Should Be on Your Roof Estimate
Your roof is one of the most essential parts of your home and is something that you will have to repair or replace at least once. It is surprising how many homeowners accept estimates from roofing contractors with just an amount and not much else.
While the cost is probably the most important factor to consider when repairing or replacing a roof, there are many other things you need to know to ensure that you have a stress-free experience when doing a major roofing project.
In this article, professional residential roofing contractors Sprague Construction Roofing LLC shares the information that should be included in any roof repair or replacement estimate:
A full work description. There should be a very detailed list of the type of work to be done to your roof including tearing off old roofing materials before installing the new one.
An approximate timeline. A clear start and completion date for the entire project should be indicated. This is to make sure that the project meets your needs and schedule. A reliable residential and commercial roofing contractor should be able to complete a project on time barring any unforeseen problems that may cause some delay.
Materials to be used. A detailed list of all the materials that will be used for the entire project should be provided. This should cover everything from roof shingles, to gutters, to ventilation and soffit materials, to the nails and sealants to be used.
Costs. Your estimate should include not only the cost of all materials but also the cost of labor and acquiring the necessary permits needed to complete the project.
Guarantees and expectations of work. A proper estimate from a reputable company should have a section that talks about guarantees of workmanship and materials as well as cleanup expectations.
Looking to get roofing work done? Turn to Sprague Construction Roofing LLC for all your commercial and residential roofing needs. To get a complete estimate with all the information mentioned above, give us a call at (970) 514-4415 or fill out our online form. We serve clients in and near Colorado, including Fort Collins, CO, and Cody, WY.