Why To Use a GAF Certified Roofer / by BOLD Multimedia

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This NewsBlaze article by Melissa Thompson breaks down the ultimate reason to use a GAF Certified contractor. Take a look at the reasons a firm like ScissorTail is always your best choice for roofing construction. 

Reasons to Opt for GAF-Certified Roofers

So why should you choose a GAF-certified roofing contractor over a non-certified counterpart?

1. Warranties.

According to Rocky Mountain Exteriors, warranties should be one of your top considerations when installing a new roof, as the average cost of the job exceeds $6500. GAF offers a second level of certification known as Master Elite certification, which automatically comes with a 50-year warranty on all materials and a 25-year warranty on all workmanship. Depending on your intentions, these warranties will probably last for the duration of your time in a home.

2. Accident protection.

If you opt for a roofing contractor who is not insured, and they fall or injure themselves on your property, you could potentially be held liable for damages. GAF certification guarantees that your roofing contractor is adequately covered. This is an area you don’t want to risk.

3. Better interactions.

To attain GAF certification, a contractor must have been in business for a number of years, with ample positive reviews from paying customers. That means you can all but guarantee you’ll have a positive working relationship. Communication is key to having a successful job, and GAF certification can assure that you’ll get it.

4. Higher quality materials.

Certification by GAF mandates that a contractor must use GAF products-which are some of the best in the industry. If you hire a contractor who isn’t certified, they may use shoddy materials to save money on the job, either giving them precedent for setting a lower price point or simply pocketing the difference in cost for themselves. GAF certification guarantees you’ll have better shingles and other roofing materials protecting your home.

5. Up-to-date work.

Technology and advancements in materials have made the roofing industry drastically different than it was even a decade ago. If you hire a roofing contractor that’s been around since the 1970s but isn’t certified, they may be using techniques from the 1970s that are now obsolete. GAF certification forces contractors to undergo regular training and procedural updates, so you can rest assured that the work being done on your roof is modernized.

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