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Consumers Advised To Research Their Roof Warranties Before Hiring Roofing Contractors
NRCA's www.everybodyneedsaroof.com "From the Experts" column provides consumers with tips on selecting a roof system warranty
Rosemont, Ill.Many times, consumers can have a false sense of security with a new roof system warranty, according to Kevin Krolczyk, president of Long Lake, Minn.-based Mint Roofing.
The importance of researching a roof system warranty before selecting a roofing contractor for a roof system replacement is highlighted in Krolczyk's column, "Warranties: What you should know to truly protect your roof investment," posted to www.everybodyneedsaroof.com, the official consumer website of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA). The column is posted on the site's "From the Experts" page.
Krolczyk advises that all homeowners and building owners take the time to read the fine print on a roof warranty because coverage can vary greatly between manufacturers, which may make a big difference when roof issues occur.
In addition, the column reminds consumers that with most warranties, the roofing contractor who installs the roof system covers the first two years, so it is essential to hire a reputable roofing contractor who has a track record of responding in a timely manner to problems. Krolczyk emphasizes that a professional roofing contractor will provide assistance regarding aspects of a warranty that are often misunderstood.
To read Krolczyk's column in its entirety, visit www.everybodyneedsaroof.com/News/Details/2040.
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