Blue Ribbon Roofing_#1 Roofing Company_500X1100

Dallas Fort Worth / Collin County Roofing Company

Blue Ribbon Roofing is a full-service roofing contractor serving residential, commercial and industrial customers throughout Dallas and the surrounding communities.

Collin County Roofing Company serving the following cities: Royse City, Plano, Parker, Josephine, Weston, New Hope, Melissa, Allen, Lowry Crossing, Murphy, Frisco, Blue Ridge, McKinney.

 

 

Dallas County Roofing Company serving the following cities: Dallas, Seagoville, Garland, Lancaster, University Park, Grand Prairie, Wilmer, Cockrell Hill, Richardson, Mesquite, Addison, Farmers Branch, Balch Springs, Rowlett, Highland Park, Hutchins

 

Tarrant County Roofing Company serving the following cities: Haltom City, Fort Worth, Crowley, Sainaw, Arlington, Southlake, Mansfield, Azle, Burleson, Lakeside, Grapevine, White Settlement, Eagle Mountain, Hurst, North Richland Hills, Bedford, Lake Worth, Keller

Find a Trusted Roofing Company in 5 Easy Steps

  1. Are they local, are they experienced and reputable. Ask for referrals from people you know in your area.
  2. Do your research. Look at the Better Business Bureau, Angie’s List ratings. Search online to read what others say about them.
  3. After you gather referrals and do the research, narrow down your list and call them. Talk to the company. Are they answering your questions or just giving you a sales pitch?
  4. Ask them for customer referrals and active job sites. Drive by a site or two. Are they clean? Has the crew respected the homeowner’s property by treating it the way you would want your home and lawn treated?
  5. Make sure you are comparing like components, materials, items, and services. Some will tell you the type of shingle they’re using, others won’t.
Blue Ribbon Roofing_Angies List_500X1100

6 Types of Companies You Should Never Hire…

  1. Pressures you to decide. An honest roofing company knows you’re not going anywhere. They’re not going anywhere. And you need time to weigh your options.
  2. Tells you a roof is a multi-step process that requires tear down and build up (with multiple crews and days in between).< Yes, it’s a multi-step process but you don’t want to be under tarp any longer than is required to do the job. Some roofing companies tear down days before starting the work.
  3. Doesn’t return your phone calls. If they’re not making you a priority, you can bet they won’t make your roof one either.
  4. Comes in from a distance. Too many risks, not enough benefit.
  5. Puts off providing you with a list of referrals. It’s not an oversight. It’s an artful dodge.
  6. Doesn’t respect your time. Efficiency and hard work are important but there’s no reason for the roofer to be pounding on your roof at 8 p.m. Hire someone who places customer experience first and stands by their workmanship.

SET UP A FREE CONSULTATION: No strings attached - just a free consultation on the phone, followed by a site visit to access how we can help!

(972) 464-1858