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Homeowners Choice: Four Types of Homeowners That Choose Pro-Home Services

When it comes to deciding on an installation professional for your roofing, siding, windows and doors, it’s all a matter of homeowner’s choice. But most homeowners consistently tell us they want a service professional that will listen to them, understand what they want, and explain how they will go about fulfilling the project. One way Pro-Home Services has done this is by listening to the homeowner, and recognizing that different homeowner personalities look for different qualities in their home improvement contractor.

Tear Offs vs. Second Roof Layers

When contemplating a new roof, many people hope to have second layer shingles installed instead of an entire new roof. Why? Second roof layers are cheaper, cleaner, and have a faster installation time. While those are enticing reasons to choose second roof layers, it is not always the smartest decision. Installing a second roof layer is like sweeping dust under the rug or putting a band aid over a deep wound that needs more attention.

Finding a Trustworthy Roofer

One of the biggest obstacles homeowners face is finding a trustworthy roofer, especially when it’s important to act quickly to minimize damage to your home. Although it may be tempting to pick the first contractor that pops up on Google, it is important to know they are reputable. You wouldn’t pick a mechanic for your car using the eeny, meaney, miney, mow method. Why should your roofing contractor be any different? Look for these qualities to make sure your roofer is trustworthy.

Victims of Hail Damage: Beware the Storm Chaser!

Worrying about hail damage to your home is one of the most nerve-wracking parts of weathering a heavy summertime storm. As you sit inside and watch the size of the falling hail increase, so does your anxiety about what it’s doing to your roof. The recent wave of severe weather in the Midwest has caused a surge of insurance claims and the immediate appearance of “storm chasing” roofing companies who seek out desperate, naive homeowners.

Questions to Ask Your Roofer

Getting a new roof is an exciting venture, but before you get started, make sure you have the right questions to ask your roofer. Finding the right professional for the job is well worth the investment in time and research.

Think about what you need to know to hire a qualified roofer, and then ask the questions that will give you the answers. Here are perhaps the most important five: