Woodstock Roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Woodstock roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Woodstock region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Woodstock can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Windsor Roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Windsor roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Windsor region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Windsor can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Welland roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Welland roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Welland region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Welland can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Waterloo Roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Waterloo roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Waterloo region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Waterloo can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Vaughan Roofing

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Vaughan region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Vaughan roofing.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Vaughan can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Toronto Roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Toronto roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Toronto region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Toronto can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Timmins roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Timmins roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Timmins region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Timmins can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Thunder Bay Roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Thunder Bay roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Thunder Bay region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Thunder Bay can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Thorold Roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Thorold roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Thorold region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Thorold can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.

Temiskaming Roofing

The following are tips and important questions that can help you select a professional for Temiskaming roofing.

Selecting a properly certified and high quality roofing contractor is important and often a difficult task for consumers who are unfamiliar with the industry. Roofing in the Temiskaming region is an unregulated industry. It is important to select certified roofers who will be in business to honor their warranty in the future. There are a large number of roofing contractors who are not certified and have both low quality installations and poor workmanship. The average start-up business is usually closed within three years, and may be out of business when potential problems could arise.

How long has the company been in business?
An established company will most likely be around in the future should any problems arise.

Does the contractor use subcontractors?
Subcontractors are often paid on a per job basis, which can result in poor workmanship as the job is completed as fast as possible.

Does the company supply a written contract and estimate (and do they require a deposit)? 
All job specifications and prices should be supplied in writing. Established companies with strong financial stability usually do not require a deposit. Deposits are common, be wary of any contractor requesting more than 1/3 of the cost of the project.

Does the contractor have a permanent business office address, phone, and email?
An established contractor should be able to provide a business address, phone, and email. A permanent business address is a sign of a stable company.

Check to see if the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and the local Chamber of Commerce.
Research all potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau and your local Chamber of Commerce. Look for the overall business rating and keep in mind the general size of the company when checking for complaints.

Is the company registered with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and do they have liability insurance?
This is important as an established company should be in good standing with the WSIB and have liability insurance.

Check to see if the contractor is part of local and national industry associations.
A strong established contractor should be a member of trade associations. Look for associations such as the Ontario Industrial Roofing Contractors AssociationOttawa Construction AssociationCanadian Roofing Contractors Association, and National Roofing Contractors Association.

Look for a contractor who is a certified installer of the products they offer.
Certified contractors can offer stronger warranties on the products they install and follow stricter installation guidelines.

Ask the contractor for references of previous customers.
An established company should have a long list of satisfied customers who are willing to be contacted.

Never decide on price alone. In an unregulated industry anyone can become a contractor. Self-proclaimed handymen can provide a lower price and substandard workmanship. Always look for differences in materials and job specifications when comparing quotes.

EXTERNAL: Choosing A Roofer: Tips from the Better Business Bureau

Homeowners in Temiskaming can request a free no-obligation estimate or visit the roofing services page for more information about shingle roof replacement and repairs.