It can be hard to know which businesses remain open (and which do not) as we face the current health crisis. But we have good news!
As an essential business, Cal-Pac Roofing is 100 percent open for all of your roofing repair and roof replacement needs.
Every one of our services remains fully available to you, including in-home consultations and installation. Our employees have been meticulously trained in all recommended precautions and are employing comprehensive safeguards to ensure a completely safe environment for both our customers and staff.
We encourage you to call us today to discuss roofing options and set up a consultation.
If you realize that you need a new roof, it’s best to find a reputable San Jose, CA roofing company as soon as possible. You can bet that there are lots of service providers who will be will to take on the job, but that doesn’t mean you can trust every roofing company. So that you boost your odds of making the right choice, here are 3 ways not to hire a roofer.
1. Don’t Hire Storm Chasers
This term refers to nomadic roofers who descend upon an area that has recently been hit by a storm or some other type of inclement weather. They will often cross state lines or trek from city to city to find as many customers as possible. One problem with storm chasers is that they typically operate without workers’ compensation or liability insurance. In the most extreme storm chaser cases, they have been known to sometimes take deposits and then run off with the money without actually doing any work. So beware of storm chasers!
2. Don’t Hire A Buddy Just to Save a Little Money
Another way to not hire a roofer is to give the job to a buddy or to a friend of someone you know. While people you know might have their heart in the right place, that doesn’t mean they have the skill needed to properly put up your roof. Going this route will be like rolling dice and hoping that everything works out. That’s not the sort of risk you should take with your roof. Stick with professional roofers who are experienced and who know industry best practices.
3. Don’t Hire Anyone Who Knocks on Your Door Saying They’re Working on Another Home in the Neighborhood
Sometimes an unscrupulous roofer will knock on doors, offer bargain-basement prices, and try to win over unsuspecting homeowners by saying they’re working on a project in the area. The reason this is sneaky is that such a roofer first offers an unsustainably low price and then tries to instill confidence by making up some story about working on a roofing project in the area. Professional roofing companies don’t typically go door to door trying to drum up business. So be wary if you encounter any supposed roofer who knocks on your door offering their services.
You can do yourself a big favor by avoiding these types of service providers. If you’re looking for a reputable San Jose, CA roofing company, get in touch with us at Cal-Pac Roofing. We’ve been helping Northern California homeowners for more than 30 years. Ask us about our stone-coated steel roofing options. We’re the company that introduced stone-coated steel roofing systems to the U.S., and so we’re the company to contact if you’d like to replace your roof. We install stone-coated steel roofing systems on Silicon Valley homes and businesses. We also have experience with many different roofing brands, though we specialize in Boral Roof Products. Call us to (408) 370-3332 or visit us at 1350 Dell Avenue #101 Campbell, CA 95008.