Specific to the construction industry, there are warning signs that you shouldn’t ignore when hiring a contractor. Considering just one warning from that list of signs, recent customers, the Carters, benefit from an office tour: find out how.
"BK" (Brian Koch), Expert Roofing Consultant, personally invited Mr. and Mrs. Carter to The Roofing Company building for a private tour of the facility, meet our administrative staff, and see first hand the onsite Hampton Roads Roofing and Slate Roofing Training Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter visiting our place of business brings up an important benefit: knowing that we legitimately exist as a business, and locally for that matter. A contractor that doesn’t have a business address listed in the area is just one of the warning signs to look for before deciding to move forward with a company. There are companies that specifically target locations that have been hit hard by a storm. They stay just long enough to make repairs quickly and take flight as soon as money is collected. By the time they reach their next destination, there is no way for the homeowner to contact them if repairs weren’t properly done. Indeed, they are called storm chasers. If you’d like to know more about other warning signs to look for before hiring a contractor, visit our page, “Don’t Ignore the Warning Signs Before You Sign.”
That same day, after the tour and meeting with BK, Mary Carter submitted a review online,
"We’ll be getting our new roof installed in a couple of weeks. We are impressed with The Roofing Company and their personnel, and look forward to writing a great review after the work is completed.”
Thank you Mary, for your very kind words and we are so pleased to have met you and Mr. Carter in person.
Interested in your own tour of our office space, warehouse and training center? Whether you are a current customer or considering The Roofing Company as your contractor, we invite you to contact us and schedule your very own personal tour.