Should I Pay A Deposit For My Roof?
If you are wanting to repair, replace, or install a roof, you may be unsure about what kind of payment plan to set up. Furthermore, you may be unsure how to set it up. Must you pay for your roof up front? Should you pay a deposit for your roof? Should you just schedule a weekly or monthly payment plan? These questions can be intimidating, but they do not have to be.
Firstly, make sure to research and meet with potential roofers. Through researching the jobs they have done, looking up reviews, and meeting with those in charge, you will be able to get an idea of the trustworthiness of a roofer.
Once you have established trust, you can begin discussing payment plans. Roofers are usually willing to work with you. Most of the time a deposit is necessary for a roofer so they can cover the materials needed to get started. After this has been paid, a progress payment plan can go into effect.
Never pay up front for the entire roof. If a roofer has received all the money up front, there is no incentive to continue the work and to do a good job. This could lead to a lengthy installation process and the work may be sloppy.
If you have any questions about payment and warranty plans that we offer, please give us a call at (918) 558-ROOF (7663).