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Four Lies Roofing Contractors Tell Building Owners In Toronto

Crown Industrial Roofing
Publication date:
February 17, 2020
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses four lies that roofing contractors may tell building owners in Toronto. The first lie is about the warranty, where contractors may promise an extended warranty without actually having the authorization to do so. The second lie is about the company's experience, where contractors may claim to have years of experience in the industry, but may not have the necessary certifications or qualifications. The third lie is about the price, where contractors may provide a low initial quote but may add hidden costs later. The fourth lie is about the timeline, where contractors may promise a quick turnaround time but may not meet the deadline. The blog suggests that building owners should do their research, ask for references and credentials, and carefully review the contract before signing.


roofing contractors, lies, warranty, experience, price, timeline, Toronto, research, references, and contract.

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Crown Industrial Roofing
Four Lies Roofing Contractors Tell Building Owners In Toronto
February 17, 2020
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