It’s common for every residential roofing contractor to offer estimates or contracts for potential roofing projects. This is how you can keep track of each phase of the project and other important details.
A few parts, however, should always be part of the estimate or contract. Find out what each one is and why they matter.
The Project Description
It’s important for your contract to list down exactly what needs to happen. After all, a roof repair is different from a roof replacement. By listing this down, your contractor shows they are ready to conduct the process. Even one wrong word is enough to nullify the entire project, so check the entire document and make sure it is accurate.
Payment Method and Interval
When you are planning a project like a new roof installation, you should be ready to pay your contractors. What this part means is how exactly do they receive their payments. Note that some contractors prefer full payment after the project while others take them by installment. Either way, it should declare how to get their due.
Time of Completion
Spending several days on a roofing project can be costly and time-consuming for both parties. That’s why your contractors should give an estimated time of completion. Whether it is three days spread out in a week or three days straight, you can use this as a reference for payments and scheduling. For example, our replacement service typically takes around three to four days.
Making an effective and comprehensive contract for residential roof replacement is what makes us the most trusted contractor in the area. We make sure you are properly informed of every part of the project from the budget to the timeline. Our service covers areas Kingsport, TN. Call us at (423) 702-4000 to learn more about our services and products.