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Welcome to our Orange County Roofing Company Blog. Our goal is to not only offer you the highest quality roofing solutions in Orange County, but also to educate you on best practices, offer roofing contractor tips and inside secrets that only a professional roofer would know. We hope you find this information helpful and invite you to comment and ask questions.

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A Solid Contract is Solid Protection

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You’ve combed the landscape, and after hours of exhausting effort, you’ve found the perfect Orange County roofer. But if you think the legwork is finished, taking you off the hook, you’re in for a major surprise. True, you’re to be commended for the time and energy thus far invested. It’s helped you find a suitable professional with the skill necessary to inspect, repair, or replace your roof. But you also must make certain that you and your chosen Orange County roofing company are on the same page. And the only way to do that is by securing an agreement that spells out clearly the terms and conditions of the service to be performed. Signing this important document acknowledges your full understanding of the content contained therein. Don’t take this contract lightly. If you’re uncertain about any of its components, ask for clarification or consult an expert who can shed light on troubling ambiguities. 
 
When reviewing a contract between you and an Orange County roofer, bear in mind the following. First, insist on details. Simply stating that you’re to receive new flashing, shingles, or other components isn’t enough. Ideally, you’ll want to know what kind and in what quantity (among other things).  
 
Also, know in advance as much as possible about payment terms. How much of a deposit will be required and how many days do you have to cancel? And while we’re on the topic of timelines, it’s also important to know when your Orange County roofing company will arrive to perform the agreed-upon work. Since inclement weather can strike any time, rescheduling may be necessary. Nevertheless, a clearly delineated time frame will help you set reasonable parameters and expectations. Sure, a sunny locale such as Costa Mesa rarely experiences harsh weather. Still, you’ll be much better off establishing a reliable time frame with your chosen Costa Mesa roofer. 
 
If you have questions about securing a contract with a roofing company, be sure to reach out to Luke Roofing. A long-established Orange County roofer, we provide prompt, reliable expertise for every residential roofing and commercial roofing need. No matter where you live in OC, you can count on Luke Roofing for the most efficient, reliable roofing solutions.
 
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Liability Insurance - A Necessity for Roofing Contractors

Liability Insurance - A Necessity for Roofing Contractors

Your Orange County roofing contractor must have several licenses and types of insurance in order to work legally in California. Among other things, they’ll need a local license and workmen’s compensation insurance.

One type of insurance that is sometimes optional for legal work is liability insurance. However, you’ll definitely want to ensure that your roofer has good liability insurance. This is the type of insurance that actually protects you, the homeowner, in case of a disaster.

What liability insurance covers

A roofing contractor’s liability insurance covers incidents that are caused by the contractor or by the work that goes on in your home. Sometimes these incidents are due to negligence, but this is rarely the case. In fact, many liability insurance claims come about by complete accident.

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The only thing I focused on was ratings and cost the last time I had my roof replaced. What great advice about checking into the l... Read More
Monday, 09 October 2017 19:30
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