As this storm season unfolds, it seems that wind and hail aren’t the only culprits threatening the integrity of your roof. In a story so peculiar that WOWT investigated and aired it on their evening news, a few brave scammers are cold calling residents across the Metro and posing as Total Construction.
Of course, our job is to ensure that you receive the best roof repair and never get shortchanged by imitators providing subpar work. That’s why we’re sharing the following tips to ensure your roof receives repair from our expert craftsmen—and not counterfeits.
Ignore cold calls.
Total Construction has served the Metro for more than 25 years. We’ve built our name through customer referrals and word of mouth—never solicitation by phone. If someone cold calls you with the Total Construction name, the call is phony (no pun intended).
Get their number and try calling them back.
When you dial it, does it connect to a legitimate company? A human being with a first and last name?
Check for a tangible presence.
Ask where they’re located. Does the company have a legitimate local address? What about a company website? Does the website have real employee profiles that put a real face and name behind their service? Do their trucks and uniforms say Total Construction?
Check for awards, testimonials and credentials.
Total Construction has received the 2010 Better Business Bureau Integrity Award, an abundance of real testimonials from satisfied customers, and a license from the state. It’s illegal to do roofing work in Omaha without a license, and yet another good way to expose an inadequate roofer trying to solicit your business.
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