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
- Are they local, are they experienced and reputable. Ask for referrals from people you know in your area.
- Do your research. Look at the Better Business Bureau, Angie’s List ratings. Search online to read what others say about them.
- 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?
- 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?
- 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.
6 Types of Companies You Should Never Hire…
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Comes in from a distance. Too many risks, not enough benefit.
- Puts off providing you with a list of referrals. It’s not an oversight. It’s an artful dodge.
- 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.
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