Questions For A Roofing Contractor

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The National Roofing Contractor’s Association (NRCA) believes there are five questions that need to be asked by consumers before choosing a roofing contractor.

  1. How long have they been in business?
  2. Do they carry the necessary insurance?
  3. Will they provide references?
  4. Are they licensed in the State they are operating in?
  5. What is their workmanship warranty and is it transferable?

Taylor Roofing celebrates over 109 years in business and prides itself in its work in residential, commercial and industrial roofing products.  The company carries liability and workers compensation insurance on all jobs while providing copies of insurance certificates to any customer upon request.

Taylor Roofing’s clients include local home owners; regional government, commercial and corporate offices; industrial complexes; and just about everything in between.  We proudly share information about our past and in-progress jobs.

Licenses for Illinois (104-000421) and Missouri (00140442) provide a consumer with the assurances that required guidelines set by the State, the manufacturer and NRCA will be adhered to.

Our company’s top priorities are Quality, Integrity and Customer Service.  Our manufacturers supply some of the best warranties in the industry which are fully explained to the customer.  In many cases, the manufacturer supplies an industry representative to observe in roofing installation, making sure that it complies with all warranty specifications.

Carlisle Syn-Tec, one of the industries top manufacturers, has installed Taylor Roofing into their Hall Of Fame, for more than 500 “error-free” installations.  Another top manufacturer, Firestone Building Products, has recognized Taylor Roofing as a Master Contractor for 2015.  This is the 11th time the company has received this award.

For more information on the National Roofing Contractor’s Association, go to www.nrcs.net.