AFRICANEWSWIRE.NET (August, 17 2012) Tarpon Springs, FL (August 13, 2012) – St. Petersburg and Clearwater roofing contractor Arry’s Roofing Services, Inc. is giving away a free report on what consumers should know when hiring roofing contractors. This free report aims to help consumers by providing valuable tips on roofing projects.
Periodically, a homeowner needs roof repair, replacement, or roof cleaning Clearwater licensed contractors can do. However, roofers could juggle multiple projects at a time and make roofing projects take long to finish. A homeowner should look elsewhere if this happens but then faces the challenge of finding a reliable contractor charging a reasonable price within short notice.
One of the risks homeowners face is that of the contractor not finishing the job, whether it is roof repair or roof cleaning in Clearwater. The roofer might partially do the task and then becomes unreachable. The homeowner would have to look for another contractor and spend more money.
Arry Housh, a 25-year veteran and president of Arry’s Roofing Services, shares his experiences to help consumers find reputable Clearwater roofing contractors. Arry provides this knowledge in the form of a PDF report anyone can download from his website at any time without cost.
Those who visit Arry’s Roofing only have to provide a name and valid email address to grab a free copy of the report. The report shares eight secrets every homeowner must know before hiring a contractor for roof repair or roof cleaning Clearwater has to offer.
Among those secrets are 12 questions to ask a roofer for roof refurbishing or roof cleaning in Clearwater and things to do before hiring a contractor. For readers to benefit from the valuable information contained in the report, visit www.ArrysRoofing.com to grab a free copy now.
About Arry’s Roofing Services, Inc Arry and Becky Housh started Arry’s Roofing Services, Inc. and have been managing the thriving company for over 25 years. Arry’s Roofing has been proudly servicing the roofing needs of residents in St. Petersburg and neighboring communities.