Naples FL Roofer Scams Tips Repair & Replacement Roofing Report Launched

Naples, Florida, digital media agency Social Media Marketing 2020 launched a new report providing local homeowners with the best tips on how to avoid unscrupulous roofing contractors and roofer scams.

Social Media Marketing 2020, a digital marketing agency based in Naples, Florida, announced the launch of a new report covering the best local roofing contractor tips to avoid roofer scams. The new report is dedicated to providing homeowners with the particulars about how to avoid unscrupulous contractors who often rip off poorly informed consumers.

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Today, many local contractors are struggling to sell roofing jobs because of consumer concerns about roofing scams. According to Social Media Marketing 2020, local roofers should take an education-based approach to their marketing to increase trust and credibility. As such, they should inform their consumers about how to avoid roofer scams.

Understanding the signs of roofing scams is not only helpful for individual homeowners but is also a benefit to those roofers who are out there every day providing good, honest service.

Social Media Marketing 2020 notes that local homeowners should carefully check a roofer’s background and reputation before agreeing to roof repair or replacement. The warning comes with the rainy season, which attracts roofers who collect insurance checks and perform poor roofing jobs.

Homeowners are strongly recommended to never pay the roofer upfront so they can go “purchase roofing materials” for the job as there is always the risk they could take the money and run. They should always avoid making down payment.

However, if payments are made in advance, a 10% down payment is the best option. Progress payments can be made upon delivery of materials and after checking the materials and paperwork from the delivery.

Also, a very cheap bid most likely indicates that the roofing company may not deliver or will deliver poor quality materials and workmanship. For this reason, it is best to ask friends, family, and neighbors who they have hired for roofing work and get their opinion of the quality and timeliness of their work, as well as to ask the roofing contractor for local references, including names and phone numbers of recent clients.

The report by Social Media Marketing 2020 mentions that roofing companies that go door-to-door, especially when they are out-of-state or have no documentation or questionable documentation, should be avoided at all cost.

In such cases, homeowners are recommended to always obtain state, county and or city licensing numbers and verify those with regulatory agencies.

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +1-816-803-4691.

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