McKinney Roof Repair Service tells you how to go about hiring a roofing contractor

McKinney Roof Repair Service Rhino Tuff Roofing tells you how to go about hiring a roofing contractor.

As a home or business owner, you know the value in a solid roof as well as how valuable roofs are when it comes to protecting your indoor property.  As such, you understand the importance of hiring the absolute best when it comes to roof repair and maintenance.

Many people are hesitant to hire a company that has only recently expanded into their city.  Rhino Tuff Roofing has encountered this on a few occasions.  However, we are pleased to assert that when we choose to expand into a new market, we refuse to shy away from earning your trust.  How do we go about gaining your respect?  The answer is really quite simple:  by completing the best possible job while providing excellent customer service. Also, be aware that we do hire local subcontractors which allows us to prevent any warranty issues from arising.  Furthermore, our materials are purchased from local suppliers.  This helps keep your money within your community.

You may contact us by calling 877-2AW-HAIL.  We take pride in our record and are always glad to answer any questions you may have.  However, should you decide to look elsewhere, please keep in mind the following when choosing who to hire:

  1. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is an invaluable tool for consumers. It is sad that so many people seem to ignore this option only to regret it later.  One piece of advice:  If the company happens to have multiple locations, then be sure to inspect their history within all cities. A company’s quality of work performed in various cities seldom varies.
  2. Also, the BBB offers a vast library of information with one such aspect being complaint resolution. If you notice that a company has failed to resolve client complaints, then we recommend staying clear of said company.
  3. We advise our customers never to pay up front. While you might consider giving the roofer a partial draw after the initial arrival of materials, final payment should always be reserved for only the time in which the job has been completed.  Here at Rhino Tuff Roofing, our contractors only request partial payment for required materials on the largest of jobs; keep in mind that this scenario is rare.

McKinney Roof Repair Service Rhino Tuff Roofing is a licensed contractor that has been in the business for 10 years.  We are an approved contractor for all insurance companies.  You can check us out at:

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