Avoid this Popular Roofing Scam

Roofing Scam

avoid this roofing scamLow rates on projects that otherwise cost an overwhelming sum of money have a natural appeal to them. But when it comes to your next roof installation project, should you take the risk? Your roof is probably one of the most essential structures of your house and careful planning and installation is required to make sure your roof can hold its ground against traumatic weather conditions. Roof repairs and installation are hefty projects that are likely to hit you in your wallet. When the job is done right, it’s worth it.

Fraudulent contractors and scammers aren’t hard to run by especially when you’re looking to get some major discounts. There are reliable roofers out there who will offer their professional services at a lower price than other companies but when you come across a contractor that quotes an unbelievably low rate, that’s when you need to be cautious.

Avoid Roofing Scams

Qualified companies have an average pricing system and policy where every service offered is priced at a standard range. All of these individual prices are disclosed to the homeowner with all of the details of what they’re charging.

Unfortunately, many homeowners tend to disregard this entirely and gravitate towards a suspicious company with unusually low rates. These companies may initially quote you a comparatively lesser amount but because they have no standard pricing policy and do not disclose their charging details, you might find yourself paying much more in the end than you were initially quoted. The scamming company often elaborates the cost by extending the total time spent on the project and stating a number of reasons as to why the final cost has increased.

No licensed contractor will hide their charges and will exactly quote the final price (more or less).

How can you identify this roofing scam?

To save yourself from falling prey to a fraudulent company, you need to keep your eyes peeled from the very beginning of your hunt to find the right contractor for the job. Ask questions from the company about their pricing policy and how the charging details will be displayed. You should also make sure that the company’s contract will cover any expenses required for fixing a damaged deck. Making sure that quality materials are used is also important as well as inquiring about the cost of labor.

Finally, look into the roofer’s work history and reputations. Referrals and feedback on trusted websites can actually help you greatly in making the right decision. Whatever you do, do not instantly fall into the low-rate charm!

Looking for a reputable, honest, affordable Charlotte company?  Contact Southern Star Roofing for all your roofing needs today!



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