Kansas Attorney General cautions about roofing contractor scams
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – With some of the coldest winter temperatures on record and springtime here, the possibility of severe weather is upon Kansans, which also means there’s the possibility of damage occurring to homes.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt cautioned that when the storms hit, it is common for out-of-area, traveling contractors to roll into a damaged town looking to make a quick buck. To help combat this, the Legislature in 2013 passed a law requiring roofing contractors to register with the attorney general’s office. The program has been successful, with more than 1,500 roofers currently registered and in good standing to operate in Kansas.
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