What To Look For In A Roofer

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We know how difficult it is to refuse the offer of family members or friends who say they can inexpensively put a new roof on your house, or the deep discounted price of someone who claims to be a roofer. While these people may have some roof installation knowledge, their lack of a roofing license or extensive experience could put you at risk.

We have seen a fair share of homeowners who are left with a shoddily installed roof and turn to us to fix it. Not only are these homeowners at risk for liability concerns and compromising the structural integrity of their home, but in the long run, they are paying more for the roofing work than if they had just hired a reputable roofing company in the first place.


Not all roofing companies are the same. You have the capability to choose your roofer not only on expertise but by positive feedback and reviews. With social media outlets, word of mouth and blogs there are many opportunities to speak your mind especially when it comes to your home. It is important to us to make sure each person is happy, and we will do all that we can to ensure that. Do your research online.. reputation is important.


Roofing contractors that are licensed have successfully completed stringent testing in the area of installing roofing systems. They must demonstrate their expertise in all areas of residential roofing, such as measurement and estimating, general roofing preparations, roofing materials and systems, and roofing safety.

In addition, licensed roofers are continuously updated on the latest roofing materials and industry rules and regulations, and take part in continuing education to remain current on the newest roofing technology and installation procedures and techniques.

Unlike unlicensed roofing contractors, licensed roofers are insured and have workers’ compensation insurance for their workers, removing the liability from you in case a worker is injured while working on your home.

Working with a licensed roofing company also gives homeowners a state or local agency to turn to and advocate for them if they are ripped off or encounter poor workmanship.


Maxx Roofing is a licensed roofing company and displays its license number on its website and upon your request. We are also fully insured, guarantee our work and roofing products, and have an A-rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB).

The next time you need a new roof or roof repairs,contact Maxx Roofing and rest easy knowing you have a licensed, fully insured and experienced company working on your roof.



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