Atlanta GA Roofing Important Information
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About Our Atlanta Roofing Company Company
Since 1937 the Winter name has been a trusted name in the Quad Cities. From our beginning at 402 4th Avenue Moline, to our current office and warehouse in Carbon Cliff with convenient access from I-80, I-74 and I-88/5, our company still operates on the same honest principles that Jess Winter set in place three generations ago.
Our estimators know their products and their line of work. They will suggest products or systems that will solve your problem or give you the desired result you are looking for. At Winter’s, we believe that these are important decisions that you are making. We will mail you a fully detailed proposal that you can review without pressure. Of course, if you do have questions, we are only a phone call away.
We have earned the trust and confidence of thousands of satisfied customers and would welcome the chance to earn yours. A partial list includes IBM, Augustana College, University of Iowa, Deere & Co., Trinity Medical Center, Illini Hospital, Bettendorf Public Schools, Davenport Public Schools, East Moline Public Schools, Moline Public Schools, Pleasant Valley Public Schools, Rock Island Public Schools, Wells Fargo Bank, Metrobank, and many of the Quad City area churches.
Our Atlanta Roofers Get It Right
Winter’s Architectural services include commercial and residential roofing, vinyl and premium fiberglass replacement windows, patio doors, bow and bay windows, vinyl and aluminum siding, soffit and fascia and seamless aluminum gutter systems.
When choosing your contractor please consider the following:
Check for a permanent place of business, telephone number, tax identification number and, where applicable, a business license.
Don’t hesitate to ask a contractor for proof of insurance. In fact, insist on seeing copies of his liability coverage and workers’ compensation certificates. Make sure the coverages are in effect through the duration of the job. Many building and homeowners have been dragged into litigation involving uninsured roofing contractors. Also, if a contractor is not properly insured, you may be liable for accidents that occur on your property.
Check to see if the contractor is properly licensed or bonded. Some states have specific licensing requirements, and other do not. Your state’s Department of Professional Regulation or Licensing Board will have this information.
Insist on a detailed, written proposal and examine it for complete descriptions of the work and specifications.
Call your local Better Business Bureau or Department of Professional Regulation to check for possible complaints filed against the contractor.
Keep healthy skepticism about the lowest bid. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Many fly-by-night contractors’ below-cost bids seem attractive, but these contractors often are uninsured and perform substandard work. Remember, price is only one of the criteria for selecting a roofing contractor. Professionalism, experience and quality workmanship also should weigh heavily in your decision.