Needing a new roof can be an overwhelming problem. A quality, functional roof is critical to the protection of your home and family. Clearly, you want the job to be done professionally, but how can you best determine whom you should entrust with such an important repair? When selecting a roofer for your home repair, here are several important considerations:
* Length of time in business (the longer the better)
* Proper licensure and insurance
* Provides customer references/Better Business Bureau rating
* Guarantees work with a warranty
Perhaps the best way to ensure that the job will be completed professionally and expertly is to hire a certified roofer. In order to be certified, a roofer must meet vigorous criteria, including extensive length of time in business, outstanding credit rating, possession of state and local licenses, positive customer references, successful manufacturer roof inspections, and, in some cases, completion of written and performance testing.
Wyoming Roofing has been in business for almost 20 years and has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Licensed by the state of Wyoming, as well as the cities of Sheridan, Gillette, Casper, and Buffalo, Wyoming Roofing is your neighborhood roofer. We are part of the local community and give back annually through our Nominate Your Neighbor program. We offer free estimates and a lifetime workmanship warranty on your roof.
Best of all, we are the only roofer in Northeast Wyoming that is a green credentialed Platinum Preferred Owens Corning contractor. We are also a Malarkey approved contractor, a Certainteed Master Shingle applicator, GAF installer and certified contractor, a Metal Sales approved applicator, a Firestone Red Shield contractor, a Gerard certified roofer, and a Fibertite certified installer, as well as multiple other certifications.
Contact us to view our photo gallery, read testimonials from real customers, and request your free estimate. When it comes to keeping your home and family protected, depend on the expertise and professionalism of Wyoming Roofing–the top of the top.