* Standard roof includes liberal use of ice and water shield at eaves and valleys (to meet or exceed village codes)
* All new accessories (except skylights, power fans, etc.)
* 35 Year Architectural Shingles
* 10 Year Labor Warranty
THE EVERLAST SYSTEM
* Includes the above "Standard System" listed above, but involves the application of ice and water shield on the entire deck. This process enables us to give you a 35 Year Labor warranty. Much like some extended warranties available, but at a fraction of the cost.
* Please consult your project manager for details
1. Get all estimates in writing.
2. Do not be induced into signing a contract by high-pressure sales tactics.
3. Never sign a contract with blank spaces or one you do not fully understand. If you are taking out a loan to finance the work, do not sign the contract before your lender approves the loan.
4. Remember, you have three business days from the time you sign your contract to cancel any contract if the sale is made at your home. The contractor cannot deprive you of this right by initiating work, selling your contract to a lender, or any other tactic.
5. If the contractor does business under a name other that the contractor’s real name, the business must either be incorporated or registered under the Assumed Business Name Act. Check with the Secretary of State to see if the business is incorporated or with the county clerk to see if the business has registered under the Assumed business Name Act.
6. Check with local and county units of government to determine if permits or inspections are required.
7. Determine whether the contractor will guarantee his or her work and products.
8. Determine whether the contractor has the proper insurance.
9. Do not sign a certificate of completion or make final payment until the work is done to your satisfaction.
10. Remember, you should know who provides supplies and labor for any work performed on your home. Suppliers and subcontractors have a right to file a lien against your property if the general contractor fails to pay them. To protect your property, request lien wavers from the general contractor.
Contractor’s full name, address, and telephone number. Illinois law requires that persons selling home repair and improvement services provide their customers with notice of any change to their business name or address that comes about prior to the agreed dates for beginning or completing the work.
A description of the work to be performed.
Starting and estimated completion dates.
Total cost of work to be performed.
Schedule and method of payment, including down payment, subsequent payments, and final payment.
A provision stating the grounds for termination of the contract by either party. However, the homeowners must pay the contractor for work completed. If the contractor fails to commence or complete work within the contracted time period, the homeowner may cancel and may be entitled to a refund of any down payment or other payments made towards the work upon written demand by certified mail.
Keep a copy of the signed contract in a safe place for reference as needed.