Castro Valley, California is situated in the ever-growing Alameda County of Northern California. The quiet ranching community has been replaced with commercial and business developments. As the retail industry continues to bring money and success to the city, other businesses can grow within the thriving local economy. Office buildings are located throughout the city, supporting a number and variety of businesses.
While there are many new office buildings, several businesses take over older buildings and it is important for these to be properly maintained. California may be sunny most of the time, and the sun, as well as other weather changes, can damage any roofing. It is also important to make sure your buildings offer the right appearance both keeping up with modern trends and safety. Office roofing can be tricky so needs to be handled by professionals with the right experience.
There is more to roofing than pricing
While we understand that you do have a budget, you need to remember that pricing should not be the only factor to consider when hiring a roofer. Low costs may seem initially attractive, but you will get what you pay for. Cheaper materials may be used to get low costs and this could result in damages that ultimately end up costing you more. This doesn’t mean you have to hire the most expensive roofing company either. We understand that you have a price range and we will work with you to stay on target, making sure you get quality and reliability for your office building at an affordable price.
Communication is key
Working with a roofing company is a business relationship and like any relationship, communication is vital. We listen to your needs as well as your input so that we can deliver the best solutions for you. We value open and honest communication so there are no hidden costs or surprises and you are in the loop throughout the entire process.
Talk about money upfront
Never sign any contracts or hire a contractor without first discussing charges and payment. Ideally, you do not want to make any payment until the job is complete but this is not always feasible. Most contractors will require some pre-payment so be sure to discuss this openly before the job starts. A reliable contractor will explain every charge to you, so you know what to expect. Make sure any financial discussion is documented in writing and before you pay the final bill, perform a thorough inspection of the job to ensure all promises and guarantees were met.
When it comes to hiring a contractor for your office roofing, don’t forget that there are scam artists out there. Only hire a roofer that comes with a solid reputation, licensing and experience in office roofing projects. It is always recommended to seek out referrals and hire a contractor that has a record of satisfied customers.