Imagine yourself plagued with a repetitive roof leak, maybe some missing shingles that somehow haven't managed to fix themselves yet or even worse; a battered roof and home from hail storm damage we both know you cannot wait to receive a flurry of free estimates on from everyone with a ladder. Sounds fun, right?
Let's be honest, you have a million and one ways to find a roofer or roofing contractor in Tulsa. You see the roofing trucks dodging through traffic, roofing billboard after roofing billboard, the roof advertisements on TV and radio, you get multiple referrals from a friend or neighbor who insist you call their "roof guy". But, how do you choose the right roofing contractor for you?
Choosing the right roofing contractor means selecting a knowledgeable individual who will take the time to educate your family about the insurance claim process, walk you through the construction schedule from start to finish, inform you exactly what to expect during your re-roof and showcase all your roofing and material options so you can actually feel comfortable about both the company and what to expect. Hey, maybe you'll even get excited about your new roof!
Believe it or not replacing the roof and addressing the storm damage in a timely manner is the easy part. What sets a great roofing contractor apart from the hundreds of other roofers is how they treat you after they have been paid and the honeymoon is over.
Most roofing contractors provide a workmanship warranty, but very few provide a roof maintenance plan. Imagine, your roofing contractor calling you to come out and inspect their work a year later. For free! While they are up there, they clean out your gutters, remove any debris, caulk any potential problem areas and leave you with a complete roof inspection report to reassure you that it's still holding strong.
"I recently had 918 construction re-roof an investment home I have in Tulsa. They were out the following day of my call, provided me a free estimate the same day and actually completed the entire job two days later. Very impressive turn-around and on the ball, I highly recommend using 918 for any roof work you may have."