Hiring a roofing contractor to work on your home or other property after hail, wind or tornado damage in North Texas is a big challenge. How do you know who to hire? How do you decide what you need and who is the best company to provide your roof repairs or put on your new roof? Click here for advice in Spanish.

Helpful Resources When Hiring a Residential Roofing Contractor

The state of Texas has no guidelines or requirements for those who want to be a roofing contractor. No insurance is required, and there is no state licensing, certification or registration. Homeowners must protect themselves. Please do your homework before you hire a roofer. To help, NTRCA offers the following resources:

As of 9/1/19, a new Texas law related to payment of your property insurance deductibles is in effect. The new law requires a homeowner to pay their insurance deductible in full, as already required by law and makes it a Class B misdemeanor if a contractor pays, waives, absorbs, rebates, credits or otherwise declines to charge or collect a deductible. Insurance companies will have the right to request reasonable proof that the deductible has been paid before making a payment. Many insurance companies, but not all, previously required this proof. CLICK HERE to learn more.

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