The installation of a new roof is an important investment and you should select the contractor that will perform that project carefully. Because your home is your biggest asset we suggest that the contractor you hire should be able to provide:
Proper Insurance Documentation: General Liability and Auto Commercial Insurance protect your family, your home and your vehicles. Ask for these documents, make sure the policies are not expired or cancelled. At Value Roofing we keep a two million dollar Liability Policy that protects your home and a one million dollar Auto Commercial Policy that protects all vehicles in the property while we are working, yours and ours.
OSHA Compliance: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is an agency of the United States Department of Labor. OSHA's mission is to "assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance". At Value Roofing we hold OSHA certification and we use all the PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and procedures required by OSHA for the safety of our professional installers and your peace of mind.
Factory Installer Certification: Only Factory Certified Contractors are able to provide extended guarantees on certain brands of roofing systems. At Value Roofing we are Master Shingle Certified Installers with Certainteed and Tamko. That means that we have been trained in the proper installation techniques of those roof systems and we have passed rigorous examinations for certification.
Warranty: If a roofing contractor does not trust its own workmanship it will not extend a long warranty. While most roofing companies only provide one or two years warranty, Value Roofing extends a ten year leak free workmanship warranty to our customers on CertainTeed roofs. Why? Because we have the knowledge and the training to comfortably back one of the best warranties in the field and we fully trust the superior brand we are installing.
Excellent Reviews: A contractor’s reputation is the most important card of presentation. Check the reviews online left by past customers carefully. Ask for references and contact information from previous customers. If a contractor is not able to provide at least three references in your area, keep looking.