Residential Services

Quality Construction Roofing & Remodeling wants to assist homeowners in making the best decision as to what company and product to choose. We feel that the more educated a customer is, the more they will choose a reputable company like ours.
Other companies use scare and pressure tactics to rush through the process. The most commonly used tactics are:

  1. Hurry because there will be a shingle shortage!
  2. If you don’t do the work soon, the prices will go up and you will have to pay the difference.
  3. If you don’t hurry, your roof will leak and the insurance company will not cover the extra damage.

Do not be persuaded to rush through the process. These claims are not true and we will patiently and thoroughly walk with you, hand-in-hand, through the process. We don’t rush anything because Quality takes time!

We commit to:

  • Educating our homeowners how to handle insurance claims
  • Showing you what the damage looks like on your home and advising you how to proceed
  • Answering all of your questions to ensure you feel good about your home repair
  • Allowing you to be in control of the process
  • Do what we promise…and finishing when we promise to finish
  • Ensuring your happiness to bring your dreams to reality

How to choose a contractor

Things to always consider in protecting your home

  • Are they a remodeler or a homebuilder? Remodelers work with people, Homeowners work with homes.
  • Do they have insurance? You’re looking for a company that has General Liability Insurance.
  • How about a schedule? They should have a plan with completion dates and should be supervised closely, not just handed off to “workers”.
  • Have you ever heard “We’ll just make the repairs at our cost”? Even if they claim to want to keep their “workers busy”, they could leave you to finish the job if something better comes along.
  • Is the contractor incorporated? You may have to withhold taxes if not
  • How do they expect you to pay? Do they require a time & materials contract or a lump-sum? If the first, you bear all the risk if costs/expenses go up . . .
  • Are you going to get the scope of work in writing? This goes without saying. Make sure that it includes the warranty, if any that they will provide.
  • Will your contractor comply with the EPA (Renovation, Repair, and Painting rule) ?
    What background information do you have on your contractor? Look for accreditations, seals of approval, and formal education.
  • And lastly, what are others saying about them? Ask for references. You can see our satisfied clients all throughout our website.