Plano Texas Storm Damage Roofing Contractor

First Things First:

We fully understand just how complicated hiring a roofer can be. And when you are searching for a roofer in Plano, you really have to be careful to choose one that will still be here to honor your warranty should you ever have a need. As you are probably aware, the Metroplex is hit with many hail and high wind events that attract "contractors" from around the country. Some are good, but there are certainly those out there looking to take advantage of unsuspecting homeowners. Unfortunately it leaves a mark on the roofing industry as a whole, but we are here to make a difference with every project we undertake.

Know Before You Sign:

With modern technology, a "contractor" can set up a business in Plano virtually overnight. This means that when a storm damages your home, a company who has never been in our area before can have a phone number, internet and other advertising started before they even arrive in town. These "storm chasers" pack up their belongings and head into areas that are ravaged by storms to prey on homeowners just like you. They make as much money as possible, offer outrageous warranties, then leave town with no intention of ever honoring them. A little research on the company you intend to use can yield great insight into the age and reputation of the business.

  • Check references thoroughly. Don't just take their word for it. Ask for phone numbers of those references, and actually call them. Anyone can place reviews on their own website or brochures without them being real.
  • Check the usual online review services. Legitimate contractors will have them.
  • Ask for before and after photos of completed projects. If they email them to you, look at the filenames for consistency.
  • Dig deeper into the company online. Look for reviews from other cities and states. These can be a prime indicator that a company moves around a lot.
  • Search the phone number online. This is a great way to see if it was previously tied to someone else. This could indicate that the number is new and the business simply has a new cell phone with that phone number.
  • Use common sense and follow your gut. And if you feel overwhelmed, simply ask advice from other people.
  • NEVER let a contractor pressure you into a decision on the spot. This, more than anything else, is what you will look back on as a red flag.

We're Here To Help:

Concord Roofing is an established business serving the Plano area. We were here long before the storm, and will continue to be here when the work is completed. This is our home and we know that our reputation is our number one asset. Don't hesitate to call us for any reason or need, and we look forward to working with you soon.




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