Can a real estate company be a roofing company?
Of course, there are several money spinning business opportunities in the real estate industry and one of them is to start a roofing company. Players in the roofing contractors are involved in installing roofs, siding, sheet metal and roof drainage systems, such as downspouts and gutters.
Do you have to negotiate contract with roofing company?
Unfortunately, many less reputable roofing contractors are poor money managers, and are using the money from one job to float the next. Only do business with legitimate companies, and find out during the negotiation period what the payment terms are.
Can a roofing contractor give you an estimate?
This is when the roofing contractor doesn’t give you an actual estimate. Instead, they write something into the contract like “for insurance proceeds” which means that you don’t have a firm number to go off of.
How much does workers comp cost for a roof?
For a company with no claims, workers compensation insurance costs about 33% of total wages paid to roofers. Lets look at a “typical” low pitch roof that can easily be walked on. If the cost to the homeowner is $6,000, the labor portion is about $1,800. Workers comp. insurance is an additional $594.
Can a roofing contractor pay your insurance deductible?
If your roof has been damaged in any way and you have homeowner’s insurance, there are a number of factors that will determine what is covered and how much the insurance company will actually pay. Homeowners are often approached by seemingly legitimate contractors and told it is “perfectly legal” to cover a deductible on insurance repairs.
Can a roofing company subcontract to a contractor?
For instance, if your insurance approves of a new deck then the roofing company may subcontract it to a contractor of their choosing instead of yours. Some homeowners are fine with that, especially if they have a positive and trusted relationship with their roofer.
Who are the people sent to your house for roofing?
The people being sent to your home are not roofers. They are commission sales people and middlemen all after your insurance claim.
What are the Dirty Secrets of roofing contractors?
Here is a list of 15 dirty secrets that roofing contractors do not want you to know: 1. INSURANCE CLAIMS ARE NOT HARD. Opposite of what you may think or what you are being told, insurance claims are not hard or difficult. You do not need a sales person or middleman handling your claim for you.