In one of our previous blogs on how to decide on a professional roofer, one of the things we mentioned asking your potential roofer is what accreditations or certifications they’ve earned. They can list a whole slew of certifications but until you know what they mean, they don’t really hold a lot of weight. So we’re using this blog to help explain the different roofing certifications and business accreditations you’ll hear about when you talk to a P.I. roofer.
When you see this logo, it means the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has determined that our business meets accreditation standards. This includes a commitment to make a true effort to resolve client complaints. When a client has expressed disappointment in something, we take it as a challenge to turn the situation around until the client is not only satisfied but ready to rate the project 5 stars at completion. That’s where our A + rating comes in.
The OSHA has regulations on what can and cannot be done during construction. For instance, a worker must be protected from falling more than 6′. So, there must be so kind of fall protection in place to ensure safety.
Roofing can be a dangerous job. Central Arkansas roofs come in many different shapes and slopes and worrying about your safety can distract from doing the best roof repair or replacement job possible. So PIRoofing puts everything in place, including harnesses and toe boards, to try and keep any accidents from happening while on the job.
Obtaining a HAAG certification means a roofing professional has gone through an intensive multi-day course to learn how hail and wind interact with roofing, the latest inspection safety techniques, roof area calculations, and applicable codes. More topics covered by the course include a better understanding of manufacture, installation, weathering, storm damage, and repair costs for major roofing types. A HAAG certification carries a lot of weight in the roofing world.