If you are thinking about replacing your old, worn-out gutters, you’ve probably spoken to at least one gutter and roof replacement company. A good contractor will be more than happy to come over to the job site and provide a written estimate for the anticipated work. With a written quote or estimate, you will be able to contact several other contractors in your area to compare costs and make a more informed decision. In today’s post, your friends over at Tango & Gatti shares the four crucial things that should be included in any good gutter estimate.
1. The Type of Gutters To Be Installed
Needless to say, not all gutter systems are created equal. As with most products, there are economic options and premium ones. The same is true for gutter systems. Your written estimate should include what type of gutters will be installed.
2. The Cost of Materials
Your written estimate from your gutter repair and installation company should not only include how much the materials will cost, but how much materials will be required for your particular project.
3. The Cost of Labor
The quote should also break down in detail how much you are paying for the actual installation services as well as the cost to remove old materials if they are replacing or upgrading your existing gutter system. If they are charging for clean-up services after the job, it should be included in the quote also.
4. How Much Time It Will Take
Lastly, you’ll also want to make sure that the quote goes over exactly how long it will take to install everything for obvious reasons. If your contractor says it will only take a day to get everything done, they can’t take a week to complete the job.
From residential gutter repair to commercial roofing installation and everything in between, when it comes to exterior work, trust in Tango & Gatti to exceed all your expectations. To schedule a free consultation, give us a call at (330) 308-8213 or fill out our contact form to request an estimate today. We serve home and business owners in Canton, OH, as well as its surrounding areas.