As with any major construction project, you’re going to acquire quotes from multiple contractors. When comparing commercial roofing proposals, you would be wise to look beyond rates. You have to read the contract agreement carefully to know exactly what the agreement entails.
1. Research Company History
Select a company that comes at the personal recommendation of friends and trusted colleagues. We also recommend companies that have been in operation for a minimum of 10 years. Businesses in operation for this length of time usually have a good local reputation because they’ve developed sufficient expertise.
2. Check Company Insurance Coverage
Commercial roofing isn’t a cozy office job. The physical labor entails the possibility of bodily injury. Verify that the company has commercial general liability insurance. Check whether coverage covers injury and property damage. Specifically, look at the certificate of insurance (COI) for the coverage amount. It should have a minimum liability limit of $5 million. Continue Reading →