Information on roofing companies and shingle styles are easy to come by compared to reliable information on the hiring of a contractor which is mostly biased because it comes with recommendations that are sometimes unreliable.
The Consumer Residential Roof Guide: How to Hire a Contractor and What to Expect will strategically give you foresight and lead you through your whole roofing project with ease.
By now, you have determined that you need a new roof. I know that getting a new roof can be very frightening. Who do you call? Who do you believe? Are you paying too much? And the list goes on and on.John Barbera, Author of Consumer Residential Roof Guide: How to Hire a Contractor and What to Expect
Author John has lived in Northeast Ohio his whole life. At age 6, John had already started indulging in the brave act of helping with the family roofing business by assisting crews leaning up. Since then, John has been practically involved with installing roofs, project management, sales, and everything in between..
Barbera Home Improvement is proud to offer this book to any homeowner in Northeast Ohio at no charge.
Barbera Home Improvement is proud to offer this book to any homeowner in Northeast Ohio at no charge. With homeowners only replacing a roof an estimated once per twenty years, we want to keep our community educated. Just like buying a car, options, and services change over the years, and having the most up to date information will help you make the best decisions when replacing your roof.