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Commercial Roofing in Houston is broadly faceted trade with so many options that often choosing the best qualified Commercial Roofing Contractor can be like throwing a dart at a dart board and hoping for a Bulls Eye. Since Texas is a Right to Work State, literally anyone can be a Commercial Roofing Contractor. The City of Houston Department of Public Works and Engineering, Structural Division offers voluntary registration of Commercial Roofing Contractors, but it is not mandatory. The best thing the Credential of “Registered Commercial Roofer” demonstrates is that you have met the insurance requirements, by having the correct insurance and a Additional Insured Certificate of Insurance Listing, The City of Houston Department of Public Works and Engineering, Structural Inspections Division for “Roofing Operations”. This is an annual process.

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What separates the average Commercial Roofing Contractor to the above average Commercial Roofing Contractor, or sometimes called, “Elite Commercial Roofer”, is the manufacturer’s lines they are credentialed installers in, such as Firestone, Carlisle Syntec  / Versico (their sister company), GAF, as well as others. The more credentials a Commercial Roofer has, typically are a great illustration of how long they have been in business and the quality of work they do. Companies like Carlisle and Firestone do not advertise for certified applicators, and they have the benefit of picking from the best of the best.

 

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Commercial Roofers that have bonding capacity, typically have solid financials and a great track record in business; however Payment and Performance Bonds, also known as P & P bonds usually do not come into play until the contract valuation exceeds $250,000.00 or is a Public Project that automatically requires it. There are a lot of Commercial Roofing Contractors in Houston; however when you combine their credentials and bonding capacity, the field shrinks greatly.

Anyone can call themselves a, “Commercial Roofing Contractor”; however without certified applicator status and bonding capacity, there are many projects that they just do not meet the qualifications to even submit a bid, regardless of price. Architects and General Contractors have developed a system of checks and balances that works and helps greatly to qualify that the Commercial Roofing Contractors they are taking bids from meet the quality assurance protocol of the project/s they are bidding on.

For instance, any Commercial Roofing Contractor with a history of successfully completing Schools, Prisons, Government Buildings, or any project requiring a Payment and Performance Bond, have separated themselves from the majority of other Commercial Roofing Contractors who have no experience in Public Projects, or projects requiring a Payment and Performance Bond. For a definition of what is a P & P bond go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Performance_bondwhere you will find the definition.

For Commercial Roofing Contractors who qualify for P & P bonding they know it is more than just what definition describes, it is often a tool utilized by General Contractors and Builders to manage the bonded trades working for them; however to Property Managers and Real Estate Investors if you are looking at Commercial Roofing Companies and you see in their portfolio many public projects they have successfully completed, you are most like looking at Commercial Roofers that have years of successful operations, and extensive credentials, in sum, The Rare Elite Commercial Roofer.

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