Don’t Hire a Gutter Contractor Until You Ask These 4 Questions

When you bring any new contractor into your home, it’s important to ask questions that help you understand the qualifications and experience of the service provider. These four questions will give you a quick overview into the company’s experience and qualifications, so you make smart contractor hiring decisions.

1. Are you bonded and insured?
If the contractor isn’t bonded and insured, you will be financially liable for any worker’s compensation claims that happen on the job. To reduce your risk, work with only licensed, insured, and bonded professionals. Not only are we bonded and insured at Brandstetter’s KangaRoof, but we have great ratings with the Better Business Bureau and other organizations to prove our reliability.

2. Do you have a warranty?
A warranty protects your investment in new gutters.

3. What types and sizes of gutters do you offer?
Gutters are not one size fits all. 5″ gutters may be the most common but they are not always the best solution. By upgrading to a 6″ or even a 7″ gutter, you may be able to improve gutter drainage and keep water away from your home.

In addition to size, it’s important to find a contractor that stocks different kinds of gutters. Whether you need a historical replacement or a modern-looking update, you can rest assured that we stock high-quality gutters in all sizes and styles at Brandstetter’s KangaRoof.

4. How can you improve my gutters?
You might be asking how a contractor can replace your gutters, but what you really mean is how they can improve your gutters. From new ways to keep debris out of gutters to low-maintenance products that save you time, a good contractor should illuminate ways to repair or replace your gutters with products that exceed the performance of what you’ve got now.

At Brandstetter’s KangaRoof, we provide comprehensive gutter services in the Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky & Eastern Indiana areas. If you need your gutters cleaned, repaired, or replaced, we’re happy to give you a no obligations quote.