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Consumer Protection by Roofed Right

We recognize that roofing is a service and communications business. Project communication and superior results give our clients the knowledge that they can continue their businesses without the headaches of dealing with contractors who are slow to respond, over-promise, under-deliver, or act to the detriment of the client.

We are transparent so you, the consumer, have all of the information you need to make your best decisions.


Contractor 101

Hiring the right contractor is not always as easy as it seems. To start, don't EVER hire an unlicensed roofing contractor. We spend a lot of time fixing unlicensed (and licensed) roofing contractors' mistakes and we have plenty of pictures and testimonials on this website to prove it. So make sure to do your research before hiring a contractor starting with our Contractor 101 tips.

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Lien Law

You can not sell your home if you have a lien on the property. Although you may think you have all the bills accounted for, there is one that may be overlooked. The payment to the lumberyard. If the contractor you hire does not pay the lumberyard, this payment falls on the homeowner.

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Contractor Fraud

It is a sad reality that some contractors will try to deceive you to get as much money from you as they can. We suggest that you consider a roofing contractor only if they first provide you with photos of your roof in its existing condition, then diagrams, then clear calculations of quantities, material types, warranties, wet-insulation tests, asbestos tests, and everything in writing.

Roofed Right America in the United States attempts to combat fraud with transparency in each step of our process. Check out more issues of contractor fraud you should be aware of.

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Quality Complaints

Make sure your project is undertaken by an American roofing contractor who puts your best interests in front and consistently proves it to you! Roofed Right will provide a qualified person inspect your roof, show you personalized pictures and video, draw out professional diagrams, perform necessary asbestos tests and seek out wet insulation, offer exact calculations, and put everything in writing with a "fixed price" contract. If you ever have a quality complaint, we would be happy to help you.

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Many owners make the mistake of thinking that licensing, bonding, and insurance qualifies a roofing contractor to work on their building. Well, really it's just the starting point. In America, it only qualifies a roofer to "play the game": to do basic roofing work to "minimum standards." And that's what many contractors use as their specifications: Minimum Standards!

Find out what insurance you should expect from your roofer!

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