If you search for “roofers in Wirral” in the search bar of Google, you will see that there are many contractors for roofing in Wirral. But if you know anything about local business competing for the same customers, you will know that not all of them are created alike, and you will that there are roofing contractors that are better than others in all respects, from customer service, quality of work, to after-work service.
Of course, if you are like most people, you will want to deal only with the roofers that are the so-called better ones. But how do you find them through the many different roofers in Wirral? Well, it’s simple. There are only a few things you need to do.
One is to check out the reviews and customer ratings. Is the company rated? If you take a look at the results on Wirral contractors, you will see that there are some that are highly-rated, with one enjoying an average of 4.7 star ratings based on nineteen reviews. You can hire these highly-rated companies. After all, nineteen people can’t be wrong or blind, right? However, you should know close yourself to the unrated companies, because you might just miss out on finding a gem.
Get the names and contact numbers of at least three unrated companies and ask them for a quote. In order to get accurate figures, make sure to take a look at the blueprint of your house or building and write down the specifications and details of the roof. Once you get figures, make sure that they are sent to you in written form. Next comes the task of verifying that contractors are going to do a good job regardless of who you hire at the end. Get references or the names and contact numbers of previous customers and call them. Ask about their experiences with a contactor, and if they would recommend them to others.
If you think you have found a company that you can work with, don’t ask them to start on working on your roof. At least not yet. Get a service agreement detailing the work that’s going to be done and how much. A written service agreement means that you will be protected from soaring costs. There are too many people out there who though they have found a bargain, only to be shocked because the contractor they hired charged double the quoted amount.
That said, write everything down to the most specific. You might want to include any work guarantees that you agree on with the contractor. Work guarantee means that the contractor will redo the job if it is botched the first time, or do minor repairs within a certain period of time after the job is completed.
But contract aside, make sure that whoever you hire has a liability insurance plan. That way, if any damage is incurred while the job is done, you won’t need to pay for it.