A good contractor will help you stay on your roof replacement budget and on track with your timeline. On the other hand, a bad one can delay your project and deliver poor results. Firing a roofer isn’t easy but sometimes, it’s necessary to let them go.
Here are signs you need to fire your roofer.
Lack of License
A contractor may be lying to you if they keep on promising to show you a proof of license, bonding and insurance but can’t show you the documents. This will put you, your family, and your property at risk. It may be time to let go of your roofer if they can’t present proof that their business is legitimate.
If your roofing contractor or their crew is disrespecting your family or behaving dangerously, you’ll have to fire them. You can’t trust roofing contractors who drink alcohol on-site, constantly show up late and fail to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines.
You can avoid additional work issues by reviewing your contract with your contractor and clearly state what work you will and won’t pay for. Get a second opinion about your roofing project. You may need to find a new roofing contractor if the one you hired keeps finding more problems with other parts of your roof as your project progresses.
Constant tardiness is an indication of unprofessionalism. You shouldn’t have to deal with late roofers and absences. Consider ending things with your contractor if they have a habit of showing up late.
Whether you need a roof leak repair or a new roof, you can count on John Henderson Construction, LLC. We’ve been providing quality workmanship and excellent customer service for nearly two decades. Call us at (401) 615-2224 or (860) 415-4055. You may also fill out our contact form to request a free estimate.