In the past several years, we have all experienced the knock at the door of someone wanting to sell us one thing or another. It is especially inconvenient after a long day at work or when we are sitting down to dinner with our families or when we are entertaining guests. We answer the door to see someone unfamiliar to us that says, “We are working in your neighborhood and are replacing many roofs on your street because of Hail damage. Would you like for me to go up and inspect your roof to see if we can get an insurance claim for you?”
Why use a state-licensed contractor in Georgia?
It’s the law. The “good ole boy” and “hand shake agreement” days are over in Georgia.
In my 24 years’ experience, I’ve found that many homeowners don’t know the difference between a state-licensed contractor and a contractor holding only a local business license. This is like comparing night to day.