When you’re getting a roof quote (or any type of quote for that matter), it’s always important to look at what you’re getting – and what you might not be – for your money. But what should you actually be looking for?? If you’re like a lot of homeowners, the finer details of what should be done to replace a roof according to code and product warranty is kind of a mystery.
This is where we come in. This article is meant to help you make a better informed decision when it comes to replacing your roof. We always recommend that you do your own due diligence to ensure that the items in the quote are right for you, and your project.
Lets first breakdown what 100% should be included in your roofing estimate. The chart breaks down what is required by the Building Code, to validate product warranties, and also what is simply just good business practices.
You may have received a few quotes (always a good idea to compare!), or maybe you had a company referred to you and just got the one. Either way, it’s important to know what you’re getting.
9 times out of 10 a homeowner is looking to replace their roof out of necessity, not because they just want different colour.