Licenses are Required
Roofing contractors in our area are required to be licensed to do business. DBS Roofing is fully qualified and has satisfied all of the requirements for licensure and we are ready to work for you today. We are happy to give you our license information and be sure to check ours, or any contractor license to be sure that you are working with a contractor who is not circumventing the system.
To request a copy of our license, call us any time. We are happy to provide our customers with any information they may need to make an informed decision to allow us to work on their home or office.
Check Insurance, Check Insurance, Check Insurance
The importance of hiring an insured roofing contractor cannot be overstated. Our business is a dangerous one, and you need to be protected in the event of an injury or damage to your home or office if something goes really wrong. DBS Roofing is fully insured and maintains both liability insurance and workers comp insurance for your protection.
Uninsured Contractor Nightmare
We constantly hear stories of the havoc wreaked by uninsured contractors. From burning down buildings to accidents that happen on the roof, the possibilities are endless. A properly insured contractor can help protect you from these issues and give you the peace of mind that you deserve.
By checking the insurance of a potential contractor, you are weeding out the companies that are operating below-par and can save yourself many headaches in the future. An insured contractor is more likely to install your roofing properly because they care about doing things correctly. While the uninsured contractor may be able to offer a better price, you will get what you pay for.
Call The Insurance Company to Verify
It’s a simple thing to do. Pick up the phone and place a quick call to the insurance company to ensure that your contractor’s insurance is in good standing. Unfortunately an insurance certificate is an easy thing to forge, and it is more common than you may think. We encourage you to contact our insurance company to verify our coverage, and any legitimate contractor should do the same.