The Dangers of Hiring Storm Chasers
Storm chasers are roofing scam artists, yet many homeowners still fall victim to them. As their name suggests, storm chasers pop up after storms and exploit the situation of many homeowners requiring roofing help when the establshed, local roofers may be overwhelmed with inquiries. Storm chasers offer repairs at seemingly low prices. Colonial Remodeling reveals the signs and dangers of hiring storm chasers.
They Install Cheap Roofing
Storm chasers exploit homeowners by installing cheap roofing that doesn’t really address storm damage. They only do the bare minimum work, and they don’t really fix the existing damage or restore the roof to its original condition. By the time you notice their work is substandard, they will have already left the area and made it impossible to contact them for follow-up work.
As a local roofing contractor, we know what kind of repairs your home needs after it’s experienced storm damage. We work tirelessly to restore the condition of your roofing and use top-of-the-line materials so that your roof will offer top performance for many years.
They Give False Assessments
These storm chasers often give you an inaccurate assessment of your roofing. For example, they may tell you that your roof is in need of a full replacement when it really only needs minor repair. They know how insurance companies work and that’s what they’re going to exploit.
When we work with you, we’ll provide an honest, accurate assessment of what kind of hail storm repair your roof needs. As a local company, we understand what your roof experiences throughout the year, so when we suggest repair or replacement for your home, you know it’s all for the good of your roofing.
Avoid storm chasers at all costs. For quality and professional services, trust only a local roofing contractor with an established track record of projects and referencable customers. Give us a call at (703) 822-7222 for more information on our services. We provide comprehensive roofing services throughout Northern Virginia.