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I often get phone calls from one of my homeowners asking my thoughts about roofers companies who knock on their doors looking to get on their roof for a supposed roof replacement quote. The roofer may asks homeowners, businesses, or churches to sign a form, and those unwary consumers may not know this could lead to a whole host of problems. In 2012, new laws in Colorado were passed protecting consumers from scammers, and unlicensed and uninsured roofers.

For more information about the new laws, and protecting yourself from scams and unlicensed contractors, check out the Colorado Roofing Association website...

Beware of Scam Artists and Unlicensed Contractors

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