Collis Roofing $150 Referral Program
Thank you for choosing and trusting Collis Roofing, the largest residential roofing contractor in the state of Florida and serving only Florida. We are family owned, locally operated and community first minded since 1994.
When you refer your family, friends and neighbors to use the most trusted, ethical roofing contractor for a roof replacement on their home or business to Collis Roofing, you can be rewarded with a $150!
If you have had Collis Roofing replace your roof in the past year, for every homeowner that you refer that chooses to use Collis Roofing whether they are paying cash, credit, need financing or have an insurance claim, we will send you $150. There is no cap.
Simply contact your estimator to begin qualifying for your $150 payments as a sincere thank you from your friends at Collis Roofing. Your estimator will make sure he or she has your correct address to send the payment as well as the name, address and phone number of the person you are referring for a new roof.
When Will the Payment Be Sent to Me?
Payments will be processed and sent to you after the job has been completed and final payment has been made by the homeowner. Your estimator has instructions on what to turn in to ensure your payment is managed promptly with our accounting department.
The homeowner must have had a roof replaced in the past year, and the the person they referred must sign up to have a roof done by Collis within one year.
Should multiple people refer the same home or business, the person who submitted the referral survey first will be awarded the $150.
Submission of referral must come before any contract is signed by the person you referred.
Homeowners, property managers or commercial business owners inputting their own address as a referral will be disqualified.
Collis Roofing employee referrals do not apply.
Offer does not apply to stand alone or detached garages.
Collis Roofing does not allow for any discounts, applications of coupons or waivers of insurance deductibles under any circumstance per Florida Law.
Florida Statute 817.234 False and Fraudulent Insurance Claims (7)(d) A contractor, or a person acting on behalf of a contractor, may not knowingly or willfully and with intent to injure, defraud, or deceive, pay, waive, or rebate all or part of an insurance deductible applicable to payment to the contractor, or a person acting on behalf of a contractor, for repairs to property covered by a property insurance policy. A person who violates this paragraph commits a third degree felony, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.