With Hurricane Irene behind us, many homeowners are now beginning to assess the damage on their homes. Due to the high winds, the most common problems in New England seem to be fallen trees & limbs along with missing roofing shingles. Whether you are looking to hire a tree service or a roofing contractor, MA homeowners should use these tips to be sure they aren’t getting scammed.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
The BBB is a great resource for checking out home improvement companies, including roofing contractors in MA. Pay close attention to the grades of each company you are considering and use it to compare among them. generally speaking, you want to work with a company with a grade of an A.
Contractor Registration Board
Check to see if the contractor you are interested in hiring is licensed to do work in your state. Insurance is also a big factor because you are liable for anyone who is working on your property if they are not properly insured. Here is the link to the Massachusetts Licensee Lookup.
Ask Around for Help Deciding on a MA Roofing Company
If you are undecided between a few companies, see if any family, friends or neighbors have any past experience with the different companies. They might be able to give you valuable feedback that you won’t find on the internet.
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