Roofing Scams or a Reputable Roofer?
Roofing scams are very common after heavy rain or mild hail storm. It reminds me of cockroaches scurrying around whenever the light comes on because this is what happens in neighborhoods that had bad storm weather. Seriously, homeowners are harassed by fly-by-night roofers who will do anything to get into a homeowner’s wallet. What is a homeowner to do? Continue reading Roofing Scams
6 Popular Roofing Scams Homeowners Need to Avoid
Roofing Scam #1: Storm Chasers
Storm chasers are temporary roofing companies, independent contractors or generally the unemployed with limited or no roofing experience at all, who will follow storm ravaged areas in order to scam homeowners out of their money. They do this by offering non-existent roofing services and running away with the homeowner’s cash. Avoid signing with any roofing contractor that isn’t local to your area. Ask the Better Business Bureau (BBB) or other reputable and professional roofing organizations for references and city registration/licenses before dealing with any roofing contractor. Beware if the roofing contractor refuses to give you an independent estimate without first looking at your insurance paperwork. Do not sign anything and just tell him simply you are not interested in his services. Continue reading Roofing Scams
Cleburne, TX in Johnson County Hit by Tornados
Cleburne, TX hit by tornados. The hardest hit areas are near Lake Pat Cleburne and southwest Cleburne according to Cleburne Times-Review. A mile-wide tornado reached 80 mph winds as it passed through the town of Cleburne, TX, the Dallas Morning News reported. Injuries were also reported there, NBC reported.
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