Workmanship Warranty


Quality Isn’t Expensive, It’s Priceless!

A Good Roofer, Inc. offers a standard 7-year workmanship warranty, which covers fixing any leaks and repairing any resultant damage. We sincerely aim to install your roof so it will be there as long as it’s supposed to be.

Our warranty is a statement of confidence in the quality of the installer we hire. Most of our direct competition, roofing contractors that have been in business more than 20 years, only offer a 1- or 2-year workmanship warranty.In our hail prone market, it pays to be critical with regard to roofers. There are always numerous roofers who haven’t been in business very long or who come in from out-of-state who offer a 5-year or even longer workmanship warranty. The bottom line is that a warranty is only as good as the company that stands behind it. We have, on occasion, fixed problems that were way out of warranty because it was the right thing to do.

We are on the second and third roofs for many of our customers because of moves or hail damage. When you find a good contractor, auto mechanic, etc. hold onto them for life! All our installers are journeyman roofers with 15 to 25 years experience who are thoroughly familiar with the Uniform Building Code, Owens Corning’s and CertainTeed’s specifications regarding roofing. They are decent people who are paid well because they are worth it!We’ve all heard horror stories about “the contractor from hell.” But you might say, I have a contract that says the roofer will fix any problems during the next X years. If the roofing contractor is honest and cares about his reputation and product, your warranty has value.

But what if something goes wrong and your roofer doesn’t care? What if he ignores your calls and letters that plead for help? Forget all his wonderful sales speeches. To enforce the warranty, you’ve got an expensive court battle looming, attorneys who charge big hourly fees, experts called in to verify the problem at hefty costs. The bottom line is you lose. Even if you win a judgment, the legal costs usually negate any victory. Professional storm chasers may well be gone before you collect, a small company without much history may not have any significant assets, and the amount of the time involved and the emotional torment is even worse!The bitterness of poor quality lasts long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten. With roofing in Colorado, the old adage is especially true – you get what you pay for.

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