Be aware of out-of-town storm chasers during the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, to avoid roofing scams in your area. These scammers travel around the country following the paths of storms looking for homeowners and insurance companies to exploit.
The best way to avoid storm chasers is to do your own research. A reputable local company is going to have local business licenses, proper insurance and contractor licenses in place. Look up the business on BBB and other search engines, such as Google, to read reviews. Never sign anything on the spot when a roofer comes knocking on your door. Do not let them pressure you with deep discounts for signing right away, as you could end up with a faulty roof and when they leave town, will not answer your calls. Take time to look up the company if you are considering working with them to repair or replace your roof.
We at RoofCrafters have an A+ rating with BBB and an excellent reputation with our reviews on Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Yellow Pages, and more. We are local and standby our commitment to quality, every roof, every time. We have all required licensing and insurance, along with Master Elite Certification with GAF (only 2% of roofers in the US have this certification) and Select Contractor certification with Certainteed. If interested in other roofing materials, we are certified installers for most major manufacturers on the East Coast. Call us today to set up a free inspection! Our knowledgeable sales team can assist you with any commercial and residential repair or re-roof projects you have.