Brenda Lasseter –
We could not be happier. We had hail damage two years in a row and Billy handled everything to perfection. I would use him again in a heartbeat if anything happens to my house.
Marilyn Gonsiorek –
Dimensional Contracting was able to do our roof timely and within our price range after another roofer told us it was too difficult to get green roofing materials. The work was done efficiently, did not disrupt us at all, and looks great! Kudo’s to Billy for getting a quality product and doing a fantastic job for us!
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Recognized for the 10th year in a row as one of North Texas’ top rated roofers for providing outstanding customer service.
Dimensional Contracting is an A+ rated roofing company specializing in roof replacement and hail damage roof inspections in Collin County, Dallas County and Tarrant County.
No deposit. No hidden fees. No shenanigans. We NEVER charge a fee until the job is done and you have inspected and approved our work. That means you pay ZERO up front and pay only when the job is complete.
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★★★★ My insurance company referred Dimensional Contracting to replace my roof. They completed the job quickly and cleaned the job site, leaving no nails or roofing materials behind. They worked with my insurance company providing all the required documents. The entire process was quick and easy. I am very satisfied with their work and their customer service. – John in Grand Prairie TX
“They did a good job. They arrived on time and they were courteous and efficient in the work. They were very responsive and explained to me what they were going to do and why. This was the first time I’d called them, but I’d definitely use them again.” — David in Arlington
Dimensional Contracting Roofing Repair
- NO DEPOSIT, NO HIDDEN FEES, NO SHENANIGANS
We NEVER charge a fee until the job is done and you have inspected and approved our work. That means you pay ZERO dollars up front and pay only when the job is complete. Plus, our transparency in pricing ensures you pay only what is quoted in the service agreement and not a dollar more. Guaranteed.
- WE’RE LOCALLY OWNED AND PROPERLY INSURED
We live in the communities we serve. We work here, we shop here and we raise our children here. We’ve been serving North Texans and employing North Texans over 20 years with a track record of over 10,000 happy customers — and that means (unlike out of area / out of state contractors) if you ever need warranty service, we’re minutes away ready to assist you.
- QUICK, COURTEOUS SERVICE
Courteous, respectful, and reliable service is our top priority. You can count on our staff, our crews and our project managers to be professional, friendly, trustworthy and to work quickly and efficiently so your project is completed on time and on budget.
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- Farmers Branch
- Flower Mound
- Fort Worth
- North Richland Hills
- University Park
Christopher Stephens —
They gave me a noticeably better quote than the other places I contacted. They did the job fast and cleaned everything after. My house is much more comfortable with a lower electric bill. Billy was great, I highly recommend this company!
Frequently Asked Questions
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How can I research a roofing contractor?
You can research a roofing contractor by checking their customer service record. Here’s how: Search Google for company name complaints and company name customer reviews . If there are any unhappy customers, you’ll find them here. And don’t forget the Better Business Bureau. Get the roofing contractor’s phone number and address, then call the BBB or search Google for company name BBB complaints to check if any complaints are filed against them and if they have been resolved.
Why should I hire a local roofing contractor?
You should hire a local roofing contractor with a reliable track record because, if you have a leak that occurs later on, it can be very difficult to get an out-of-town or out-of-state roofing company to come back and service warranty repairs. While many are reputable, often times ‘Storm Chasers’ are out-of-town contractors who follow severe storms looking for quick money with the opportunity brought by hail and storm damage. Some collect money from homeowners and move on to the next storm site leaving work unfinished or without paying suppliers. They’re here today and gone tomorrow, leaving homeowners holding the bag for those additional costs. Here’s a link so you can find more information on ‘roofing repair scams‘.
How can I make sure a roofing contractor is insured?
You can make sure a roofing contractor is properly insured by requiring they provide you with a certificate from their insurance carrier outlining their type of insurance and policy limits. This is really important. A reputable roofing contractor should have liability insurance. Liability insurance protects you from damage caused by the roofers during repair or replacement. Don’t accept answers that are indecisive, hesitant or don’t match local and state requirements. Even if the company doesn’t have insurance, it’s easy to answer ‘yes, we have insurance.’ Giving an exact amount and providing their certificate of insurance is harder, which is why we recommend asking to see proof. Avoid hiring any contractor who is not insured in accordance with all the Texas state provisions necessary to operate a roofing company.
How much should I pay up front to get my roof replaced?
NEVER agree to pay a roofing contractor up front to get the job started. Beware of contractors asking for a deposit, for a percentage or for full payment in advance. Reputable roofing contractors never require money in advance. They will complete all repairs and await your insurance settlement. And look out for contractors who encourage you to spend money on temporary repairs. Payments for some temporary repairs to mitigate damages are covered as part of total insurance settlement. Speak with your insurance agent, and keep all receipts for temporary repairs you make yourself.
What questions should I ask before hiring a roofing contractor?
Here is a list of questions you should ask before hiring a roofing contractor:
- What is your legal business name?
Ask for the roofing company’s full name and address. If they use a Post Office box, ask for the physical location. A roofing company that doesn’t have a physical location is a cause for concern, and you should move on. Getting a roofer’s legal business name is important to protect yourself from a roofer who may be falsely representing them-self online. A little detective work can go a long way in your pursuit of hiring the right contractor. Acceptable answer(s): Our legal company name is X. We market ourselves online as Y, but our legal business name is X, LLC, LP, Inc. Do not accept answers that are unclear. When in doubt, ask for proof. No roofer should have trouble providing you a copy of permits, licenses and proof of insurance.
- Do you have liability insurance? Requiring your roofing contractor to have liability insurance is important in case damage occurs to your property while the roofing crew is working. Liability insurance protects you from damage caused by the roofers during roof repair or roof replacement. Although the state of Texas does not require roofers to have general liability insurance, it is strongly recommended you do not hire a residential roofing contractor without a minimum of $300,000 combined single limit general liability insurance.
- Do you have customer references of local homeowners?
Ask for a list of local residential job sites you can visit and check previous roofing work. Any good roofing contractor will have performed ‘insurance work’ with local insurance agencies – and possibly, including yours. Ask the contractor for a short list of agents which they have a working relationship. You can ask for local homeowner references, but many times past customers (understandably) do not want their personal information released. For those customers who give their OK, follow-up with them and ask if they are happy with the roofing job completed by the contractor.
- Do you warranty your roofing work?
Ask if the roof repair company guarantees its work and for how long. A typical roofing warranty for labor and installation is one year, but some roofers offer longer warranties. The manufacturer warranty guarantees the materials and the roofer guarantees the work. These are two separate guarantees, so ask what is covered under each specific warranty – and get it in writing.
- Can you do a layover for me instead of a full roof replacement? (Trick Question)
We recommend asking for a ‘layover’ as a test to determine whether you’re dealing with an ethical, reputable roofing contractor. This is a test question only, so it’s important that you ask exactly how it’s written here. ‘Can you do a layover for me instead of a full roof replacement?’ We feel the only acceptable answer is, ‘No’ — with an explanation of why. Here’s why: A roofing layover can be very harmful to your roof and your roofing structure. Roofing shingles are HEAVY! Quality roofing shingles can weigh 350 pounds or more per 100 square feet. This weight quickly adds up. An average size 1800 square foot roof with ONE LAYER of shingles weighs more than 6,000 pounds which must be safely supported by your roofing structure. Now, add a second layer (or a third) and you can see why we recommend never, never allowing a layover.
- Can you waive my homeowners insurance deductible? (Trick Question)
Roofers who offer to waive or absorb insurance deductibles are dishonest, period. In the state of Texas it is a criminal offense for a roofing contractor to pay your insurance deductible, waive your insurance deductible, absorb your insurance deductible, rebate your insurance deductible or offset your insurance deductible. Not only that, if you knowingly submit or allow a claim to be submitted with a waived or reduced deductible, YOU, the insured policyholder are also in violation of the state law. This law is in place to protect residents of Texas from the mass of roofers who go door-to-door after storms – many of which are not accredited and may leave you with sub-par work, or even a partially completed roof. For this reason, we recommend you never, never, never hire any roofing contractor who offers to waive your homeowners insurance deductible.