Frequestly Asked Questions

How do I know if a contractor has insurance?

Ask!!! If the contractor is legitimate they will be able to give you copies of their Workers Comp insurance and their General Liability insurance. If they can't then they are more than likely uninsured. Whitford Contracting LLC will supply a copy of General Liability and Workers Comp insurance in every estimate.

Will Whitford Contracting LLC do work in our area?

Yes, Whitford Contracting LLC works in all of Northern Kentucky and the Greater Cincinnati arePlease contact us for a free roof or gutter estimate!

What is the difference between a workmanship warranty and a manufactures warranty?

A workmanship warranty covers any type of installation problem that causes a leak in your roof system and a manufactures warranty covers any kind of defective material.

Will you complete my project without damaging my yard and landscaping?

Yes, Whitford Contracting LLC will treat your home and yard as if it were our own. We take extra precautions on each job to protect our homeowner's property and landscaping.

Can you work with my insurance company on my insurance claim?

Yes. If you have never filed an insurance claim, it can be a confusing process trying to understand the procedures involved and the extent of your coverage. We will help you take full advantage of over 10 years of experience to aid in your claim resolution. If you have "replacement cost" in your policy covering damage from hail or wind damage, then you are entitled to a free inspection and adjustment from your insurance carrier. Storm related damage might not be detected by a casual inspection. There are specific insurance procedures utilized by insurance personnel, as well as professional contractors, to determine claimable damage. At Whitford Contracting LLC, our field estimators will determine the damage and your corresponding coverage. We handle everything on your behalf for a fast and fair resolution to your damages.

What is solder?

Solder is a lead/tin mixture that is melted and used to bond two pieces of certain types of metal together.