Make A Wise Decision By Hiring a Licensed Roofer.

Sooner or later you will need a roof repair, or a roof replaced, so you may be looking for a cheap deal. There are many unlicensed roofers that can offer cheap work. However, paying less for your roof doesn’t mean you’re getting a great deal in the end. Here are some reasons why hiring a licensed roofer is the only wise choice.

 

A licensed roofer carries insurance that protects the property owner. Should someone wreck your house/commercial building or even hurt themselves while working on your roof, the property owner is not liable for the costs.

 

Hiring a roofer who is licensed can help protect the property owner, as licensed roofer they must conform to professional standards set forth by Florida state code to ensure that they correctly repair, install or maintain your roof. If they don’t do quality work, the property owner can file a complaint instead of being left with sole responsibility

 

A written contract between the propriety owner and a licensed roofer means there will be no surprise bills for you, and there is a written timeline for when the repairs or installation will be finished.

 

So, hire a professional who know what they are doing. We can save you plenty of time and money, protect your home as well. You are in safe hands with us, whether it be for your business or your home, and you’re not sure what to do… Give us a call Don Schmidt Roofing would love to earn your trust and help you with your central Florida home/commercial roof repair or installation. Call us at 407.892.9884 today or contact us online at www.DonSchmidtRoofing.com. We are a local family owned business serving central Florida since 1988 and an Osceola county resident since 1959. Put your roofing project into the hands of a contractor you can trust.

 

Please fill our service request form completely so we can help you as soon as possible or send an email to jeff@donschmidtroofing.com.

 

Find other hurricane preparedness tips and more information about Hurricane Preparedness Week on the National Weather Service web site.

Kua’s Hurricane handbook —-> https://kua.com/hurricane-safety/

 

 

 

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