When buying something as important as a roof, the desire to make the "right" decision is often
stronger than with everyday purchases; very few people purchase a roof on a whim. Repairing
or replacing a roof is a serious decision and much like buying a car, consumers are determined
not to get "taken" in the process. This determination can lead homeowners to choose the lowest
quote for their project. But defaulting to the lowest price roof can be a dangerous mindset for
customers. Often there are hidden costs in the low bid resulting in harmful problems down the
line. So, that begs the question: what is the real cost of the lowest price?
Thursday, March 16th, 2017