Questions To Ask Your Siding Contractor

Questions To Ask Your Siding Contractor

Knowledge is having the right answer. Intelligence is asking the right question. For the sake of your home, don’t forget to ask a siding contractor these four important questions!

1. Are you licensed and insured?

In many states, siding contractors are required to be licensed, so ask for the license number to verify that they’re qualified. This helps ensure that you’ll be covered in case an accident occurs!

2. What are your available siding materials and brands?

You want a contractor who has a good relationship with suppliers, so you can have various options to choose from. When you finally decide, make sure they include a list of all materials being used in the written estimate provided.

3. Are you a local business?

It’s beneficial to hire a local contractor to prevent the chance of breaking any local rules or regulations. It will also come in handy when you have an emergency and need their assistance ASAP.

4. Do you have any reviews or referrals?

Go online and check out what past customers have said about their work. It also doesn’t hurt to ask them for a list of people you can contact for an honest opinion of their roofing company. And don’t forget to look up their BBB rating on as well!

Have questions about your siding? We’ve got your answers. Contact us today for a free estimate and to discuss your siding options 203-375-9700! You’re in capable hands with Fairfield County Exteriors. With an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, we’re your one-stop home improvement contractor in the greater Fairfield and New Haven area.

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  • Thanks for your suggestion to make sure that the company you are choosing is qualified and licensed. I didn’t know that it was so important to make sure that you know what materials they have available. My husband is considering looking into contractors to do some siding work on our home. We will keep these tips in mind.

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