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Get a Free Roofing Estimate in Dearborn Michigan
Before Your Roof Project Begins
Have a roof leak or problem on your home’s roof? If so, one of the first steps to getting it
repaired or your roof replaced is to get a roofing estimate which outlines the costs involved in
getting a roof repair or roof replacement. For home owners in Dearborn Michigan getting a
roof estimate is as easy as a picking up the phone and calling a local Dearborn Michigan
roofing contractor. And the best part is that it’s likely offered for free from reputable roofing
contractors. In this article I’ll go over why you should get a roofing estimate and what you
should look for when getting one for your home.
Get a Free Roofing Estimate in Dearborn Michigan Before Your Roof Project
One thing that you’ll certainly want to consider when getting a roof estimate is that they
aren’t always free. There are some qualified roofing contractors such as All Point
Construction which offers a roofing estimate for free but not all of them do. In fact, there may
be a charge for the estimate especially if it’s for commercial buildings. Always inquire with
the roofing contractor before you commit to getting an estimate and determine if it’s actually
free or not. Having a roofing estimate for your roof repair or new roof installation project can
help you compare pricing and determine the best fit for your roofing project.
Always inquire with the roofing contractor before you commit to getting an estimate and
determine if it’s actually free or not. Having a roofing estimate for your roof repair or new
roof installation project can help you compare pricing and determine the best fit for your
Getting a Roof Inspection Done First is a Priority
Although a roof estimate can help you determine lots of things about your roof it’s not a
report of what’s actually wrong with your roof. You may think you need a new roof
installation but maybe a roof repair will get your roof back where it needs to be. This means
you’ll need to get a roof inspection done on your home. A roof inspection can also help you
understand what exactly you need when getting a new roof installed. For instance, you may
need to replace parts of the roof decking that may be damaged. A roof inspection can help to
find these problems and also list them on the roofing estimate. By getting a roof inspection
done you’ll get a better estimate that is more closely related to what you actually need on
your roof. Be weary of contractors who give estimates over the phone without even looking
at your home.
What Does a Roofing Estimate Include?
Typically the roofing estimate that many roofing contractors offer lists the type of roofing
materials that will be installed, the cost of the materials plus labor fees. It will also include
other fees such as removal of old shingles and debris removal. Some estimates will also
include a time frame for the project. Most home roofing projects take less than a week but for
commercial projects this can be important if the work needs to be done when the business is
closed. One thing to note when comparing roofing estimates is the type of roofing materials
can vary the pricing greatly. Always compare roofing estimates with the same roof material
types as well as the roofing method used (re-roofing vs. full tear off installation).
Is the Roofing Estimate a Binding Agreement?
You’ll need to consider the roofing estimate is not what you’ll pay for the project once it gets
underway. Before a project begins most qualified roofing contractors will have a contract for
the roofing project. Don’t worry, this contract not only protects the contractor but it also
protects you. It has the details of the project including price of the project. Don’t forget that
sometimes problems can occur on your roof such as damaged areas that were not visible until
the roofing was removed. Always use a contract for a new roof installation just in case
something goes wrong you’ll have details of what the contractor should do.
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