When looking for a roofing contractor, it’s generally considered good practice to ask friends and neighbors for recommendations and to search the web for online reviews. However, if you’re pressed for time, one quick way to narrow down your choices and make your search go faster is by checking whether a roofer is manufacturer-certified or not.
In this post, Northern Pacific Roofing discusses a few reasons why you should opt to work with a manufacturer-certified contractor.
Manufacturer certifications generally have stringent requirements for contractors. After all, these contractors will carry the brands’ names while doing business with customers. So in order to pass certifications, contractors are typically required to be insured and bonded; they should have any relevant licenses as well. This thorough examination by established manufacturers is definitely something that you should factor in when hiring a contractor.
Apart from the basic requirements, certification programs also require qualified candidates to go through intensive training and continuous education. These enable the roofing professionals to stay up-to-date with the latest installation methods and best practices, assuring you that they are capable of quality workmanship.
Complete Product Range
Manufacturer-certified contractors usually have the privilege of offering their customers a full range of products. This assures you of having adequate options and finding the best products for your home.
Superior Warranty Coverage
Most certifications allow contractors to offer some of the strongest warranties for their customers. These warranties usually cover workmanship and materials, which can undoubtedly give you peace of mind.
Northern Pacific Roofing has been in business for more than 20 years. We can help you at every stage of your project, whether it’s a residential or commercial roofing job. To know more about our services, you can call us at 415-456-3482 or fill out our contact form. We serve customers in Petaluma, San Francisco, and San Rafael, CA.