Roofing & Restoration — All Area Roofing Restoration — Virginia Beach, VA

Roofing & Restoration - All Area Roofing Restoration - Virginia Beach, VA

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About All Area Roofing Restoration

All Area Roofing and Restoration has offered Hampton Roads homeowners and businesses with excellent workmanship, quality products, and a 100% guarantee behind our work since 1993.

At All Area Roofing Restoration, we realize that identifying roof problems properly is essential to gaining your trust. A proper analysis also means that we can offer you the best product and service possible, as well as great results.

Question and answer

A. We stand by our work

All Area Roofing and Restoration Inc. is a licensed Virginia Contractor, license # 2705138467. We are also a member of the Better Business Bureau, which rates us A+ with no complaints! Read more here about our long-standing reputation and commitment to service!

All Area Roofing and Restoration has served Virginia Beach since 1993 with top-notch Slate roofing products and services, as well as decks, fences, porches, gutters, drywall, siding, bathroom and kitchen renovations, garages, interior trim and more. All Area Roofing Restoration serves businesses and homeowners in Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, and throughout Hampton Roads, Virginia.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. Hiring a roofing contractor for a new roof or a roof repair can be daunting.

So many companies, so many chances of choosing one that doesn’t deliver what they promise. This is one part of your home that you need done right.

To remove the guess work and salesmanship out of your decision, here are a few important questions to ask the roofing companies you call.

Are you a Classified Virginia Contractor?

Your state should have an agency like the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation that can verify a roofing company’s contractor status, as well as a Complaint History if one exists.

Are you a member of the Better Business Bureau?

If the roofing contractor is a member of the BBB, go online and check the BBB’s rating of the company, and also to learn if they have any legal complaints against them.

Are you insured? If so by who?

You don’t want to do business with a fly-by-night roofing company that will leave you high and dry if something goes wrong.

Does your work come with a warranty?

You should get at least a 5-year warranty on the repaired area, unless otherwise specified on your contract. Ask if you will receive this warranty in a written, legal document.

If any repair under warranty needs repair, what is your timeline?

You will want this answer to be “immediately.” Good roofing companies stand by their work and are responsive to your requests.

Are there any roofs in my neighborhood or immediate area that you’ve recently done?

If you have time, it can only help to talk with one or two people who’ve done business with this roofing company. If the company cannot produce any past customers, you may want to steer clear of them. There’s plenty of roofing going on year-round, so identifying a few satisfied customers should not be a problem.

What is your price?

You don’t want a company that can roof your house for $700. This could cost you more money in the long run due to low quality work. A good rule of thumb is to get some quotes and start researching the middle prices.

Roofing problems are some of the worst dilemmas because homeowners have to quickly hire a roofing company. However, spending a few minutes with your top three choices and asking the above questions can pay big dividends. The questions are easy, so any legitimate roofing company should be able to answer them. If you meet resistant on any of these questions, move to the next roofing company on your list.

There are a lot of great roofing companies in your area, and a lot of shoddy ones – these questions will help you choose the right one.


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