Any roof-related project, be it roof repair or replacement, is best left in the hands of the professionals. When searching for a contractor for this task, you’ll want to make sure that they’re a good match for your needs. But sometimes, you may come across out-of-town roofers who offer their services on the cheap. It can be tempting to pick them, but you might want to think twice about working with them.
A Lack of Familiarity With Your Local Area’s Building Codes
Working with cheap, out-of-town roofers can lead to problems later on, especially since they’re most likely unaware of the prevailing building codes specific to your area. To make sure your roof repair or replacement project is completed with the local regulations in mind, you should work with a local contractor.
Quantity Over Quality
Cheap, out-of-town roofers are in your area only for a short period of time, taking on as many projects as they can. While it’s not bad to take many clients, the problem lies in the quality of the workmanship they provide. They will have less time to spend on each roof compared to your local residential roofing contractor who schedules only the projects they can handle.
Disappearing Down Payment
There are some out-of-town roofers who will ask for a down payment to pay for the labor and materials before the project starts. This, however, does not give you a guarantee that the repair will actually be done. There is a chance that they will not return once they receive the down payment from you and there’s little to no way to know where they are.
For your roof maintenance, repair and replacement needs, turn to a locally owned and operated company like Pressure Point Roofing Eugene, LLC. We have been serving Southern Willamette Valley for nearly 30 years, and as a GAF Master Elite® roofer, you can be confident you will receive quality and dedication from our team of proven professionals. Call us now at (541) 688-7663, or fill out our contact form for a complimentary estimate. Our Oregon service areas include Springfield, Florence and Eugene, OR.