Being in the middle of a big house move, I’ve lost count of my many phone calls to service providers. Preparing to sell our house included small repairs and then quite a bit of work with our realtor to get it ready to list. We staged our home, listed it for sale and accepted an offer just five days later. In the meantime we had also found a new home to purchase and made an offer. Now here we are, just a week from the actual move day and there is still so much we need to get done including checking off our moving to do list and more packing! The inspection on our current home resulted in just a few requests for repairs from the family purchasing the house. It’s common to see roof damage in Arizona and we did need broken and damaged tiles replaced and all mortar ridge ends sealed and painted. We had about three weeks to get the roof repairs completed and finding an Arizona roofer was not an easy task. I called a long list of referrals and then ventured out to look on my own. Disconnected numbers, closed businesses, long turn around times for an estimate and companies that simply won’t do a small repair were common issues I ran into. Then I called Arizona’s Finest Roofing, a family owned business that was incredibly helpful and listened to our needs. They scheduled the estimate appointment the next week and we had the repairs completed that same morning.
The entire process was seamless. The roofer arrived on time, provided an estimate and started the repair.
Roof repairs vary from very minor, like ours, to extreme. Arizona’s Finest Roofing is available for calls 24 hours and handle reroofs, new roofs, and roof repairs on both residential and commercial properties. The licensed and bonded family owned company also offers warranties on all work completed.
If you’re starting the home selling process, get your roof checked and start ahead of the game. You will inevitably need repairs completed prior to the sell so you might as well get it handled before you’re running in circles and short on time like us.
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