One method of finding a reliable Union Roofer is to ask your friends and neighbors. Make a list of names, reach out to each person, and ask two questions: Was he happy with the job done and would he work with that contractor again? Testimonials provide an accurate picture of what your experience might be like with a given company, and you can count on personal contacts to give you honest feedback. Consider the contractors that are given the most positive feedback.
Work shouldn’t begin until you have a signed contract detailing every aspect of the job. Make certain it covers safety procedures and liability, including workers’ compensation. The contract should also specify such things as clean-up methods, payment amounts, and the schedule. Consider requesting a lien waiver to protect against claims that could arise if the roofer fails to pay a vendor for materials.