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Baton Rouge Roofing: Who is Really on Your Roof?

Posted by Robbie Chatelain on Thu, May 07, 2015 @ 01:41 PM

Baton Rouge Roofing: Who is Really on Your Roof?When you bring your car into the shop you probably expect that a certified, trained and skilled technician will be servicing it.  But how would you feel if you found out the person changing your oil, working on your transmission or fixing your brakes was putting in swimming pools or mowing yards only a week ago?  That could be a little unsettling.  When it comes to your major assets, namely your car and your home, you want there to be peace of mind that everything is being tended to with expertise.  While the example above isn’t likely to happen, unfortunately when it comes to home repairs, specifically roofing, it happens all too often.

Your roof is the biggest single element of your home that protects it.  It not only is designed to defend exterior areas of your home and property, but it keeps your family and all of your valuables inside safe from the elements.  So when you have a storm, a leak or any other type of damage, you want to be able to trust the type of repair that is going to restore your home’s safety and value. 

All too often in an effort to cut costs, lower estimates or make more money, many roofing companies are notorious for using lower skilled, cheaper labor resources.  This can mean the person or team responsible for repairing your roof and keeping your home safe could actually have never worked on a roof before.  As recently as yesterday they could have been painting, building a deck or doing some other kind of carpentry work.  When it comes to roof repairs in south Louisiana with our unique architecture and climate, expertise is required to make a quality repair or replacement. 

The team at Cribbs Incorporated prides itself on their craftsmanship and have for over 50 years.  With over 580 years of combined experience, the staff and crews at Cribbs know exactly how to care for your roof and your home’s needs.  For more information, click here.

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