1 year ago
Last edited at 1:32PM on 3/2/2012
Pricing can be all over the map, but should not be more than the cost of roof replacement. Questions to ask you FAR contractor: what is your spec for my roof type. How many mils are being speced in dft (dry film thickness) ? How long has the contractor been doing FAR, equally important how long has the FAR manufacturer been in business? Even more important then both of these, is he factory trained? I ll take a factory trained applicator over an experienced guy putting down cheap stuff everyday of the week. Obviously look at the warranty, you want non-prorated and if the manufacturer is warranting the labor go for it. White is the best color, don't get funky with a roof . Oh, make sure you get a survey done first. If someone gives you a firm number without seeing your roof run, run away. I have yet to see anyone credible diagnosis a roof problem over the phone.