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Were you affected by the recent storm?

If you live in Louisiana and were affected by the recent storm, you will see many roofing contractors knocking on your door desiring your business. Before hiring a roofing contractor please read the following SIX recommendations

  • 01

    Call your insurance agent for references

    Call your insurance agent to get references on local roofing contractors and details on the insurance claim process. The time you have to file an insurance claim varies by carrier, but limits can be as long as one year after the storm. Local roofing contractors will typically have a job backlog after a large storm, however it is better to wait for a reputable company than to be pressured to replace your roof right away by an unqualified contractor.

  • 02

    Verify proper contractor licenses

    Verify that the company is properly licensed. It’s the law.

  • 03

    Review Better Business Bureau file

    Check to make sure that the contractor has an A+ rating.

  • 04

    Obtain references

    Obtain references. A reputable roofing company should not have a problem supplying at least three local references.

  • 05

    Get educated

    Educate yourself on the new law regarding insurance deductibles.

  • 06

    Ask for proof of insurance

    Demand proof of insurance. A current certificate of insurance will show coverage. Contact the agency on the certificate to verify its authenticity.

We want to earn your business. We've been roofing Louisiana homes for 25 years and are one of the largest residential roofing contractors in south Louisiana. You probably already know someone who will tell you, "GARCIA DID MY ROOF!™"

- Fred Garcia, CEO.

Urgent: It's illegal for roofers to pay your deductibles!

Has a roofing company offered to pay your insurance deductibles? Have they offered to pay you or give you a discount for displaying an advertisement in your yard? These acts are illegal, and are not tolerated in the state of Louisiana. We want you to be informed of these illegal practices.

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