Being Haag-certified simply refers to a roofing contractor that can inspect and assess damage both efficiently and effectively. Are there really advantages to working with a Haag-certified contractor, though?
In this post, commercial roofing company [company_name] gives you the answers.
First off, let’s define what constitutes a Haag certification. Haag, a forensic engineering and consulting firm, provides roofing contractors with an intensive, three-day training program by existing Haag-certified engineers. Pass the training and you get the certification.
For one, those with the Haag certification know how to assess damage to all major kinds of commercial roofing systems. Companies have the edge on their competition because their inspectors are knowledgeable of weather characteristics, codes and industry standards, roof area calculations and inspection safety.
When working with Haag-certified roofing companies, you can be assured that the expertise to diagnose your roof is there. In addition, Haag-certified experts also cover types of wind and related effects to accurately inspect and assess damage after extreme weather conditions. Also, Haag-certified specialists use science-based procedures to assess roof damage, which is an added benefit that would give companies an upper hand on the competition.
Haag certifications are only awarded to companies that provide complete services, like [company_name]. We’ll be here to fix your roof should anything go wrong with it, guaranteed. [company_name] is also a GAF factory-certified Master Elite® roofing contractor with years of industry experience.
[company_name] is your ally in roofing, whether it be regular roofing maintenance or storm damage repair. Call us now at [company_phone] to learn more about our services and to book a free inspection. We serve clients in Tulsa, OK.