Know whether your aluminum contractor is licensed and insured. At Haggetts Aluminum we are licensed and insured to work in the state of Florida on license #SCC131149800.
You need to know that all products your aluminum company are installing are Florida Building Code approved, and again at Haggetts Aluminum we do just that.
Make sure the contractor permits the job or project. Neglecting to do so can put you at risk for fines or could even be a red flag that the installation and/or products are not up to code.
When receiving an estimate you should be clear on how installation will be performed, both verbally and in the contract. Be wary of high pressure sales and huge discounts in price just to get your business.
Be careful of companies with very high prices justified by claims of superior products. Very few companies actually manufacture hurricane products, and most other companies purchase products from the same manufacturers. We make what we install, so we cut out the middle man. Review some of these advantages to manufacturing what we install in a previous post, Aluminum Awning Manufacturer Advantages.
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