Solution: Roofers Compensation is an insurance form covering damage to the roofing. If the workers are paid by a roofing contractor, any injured staff are entitled to recover costs for hospital bills and to be out of work. Make sure your roofing contractor has workers compensation so you’re spared from the hassle and costs of paying all those bills.You can learn more at West Chester Roofing Contractor.
Problem: After removing the shingles your roofing contractor leaves your roof uncovered. There is an unusual storm that evening. Water spills into your house, ruining your sheet rock, carpet and some nice furnishings. Your roofing contractor does have liability insurance, but there are exclusions that prohibit coverage to your building’s interior. You end up paying yourself to repair the losses.
Solution: If harm happens to your home or building that is a roofing contractor ‘s fault, you want to make sure that they have sufficient insurance cover. This will cover everything from broken windows to damaged interiors as shown in the above case. Some companies have liability insurance, but so many exclusions are provided by their insurance provider that it is almost like there is no coverage. Look for coverage which does not preclude water damage caused by leaving a roof open.
Problem: Recruit a new roofing firm to work on your roof. A couple of months later you find leakage. You are trying to get in touch with the company but can’t find their information. Through their business licence you try to look them up and you find that there has never been a business licence given for that organisation. You are being asked to pay yourself for the repairs.
Solution: Make sure your roofing contractor has a business licence ahead of time. If they have no licence, it could be a sign they don’t know what they’re doing. The company might easily go out of business or vanish.