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  • Came out on a day's notice during this very busy season, inspected the roof and found there were no issues.  Appreciated the quick response and evaluation.
    - Jean C.
  • Gamaiel gave an estimate of around $11,500 for a new roof.
    About a week later, we saw the Angies List Deal of $6499 and asked about that.
    He said it did not apply to our home because it was 800 sq.ft. more.  But even
    with the extra we still would have had a roof for around $ 9,100 (a
    savings of more than $2000).  When we emailed him more questions he
    then stopped communicating with us altogether!  We may try again with another
    salesperson, but my opinion of Provider name locked. is pretty low right now.
    - Janet L.
  • SO,
    Took a couple weeks to get someone over for an estimate, fine.
    After receiving the estimate I noticed that the Angie's list deal I bought was not reflected as a credit on my work order. I called to inquire, would have been out $150 or so if I hadn't noticed. The girl I spoke with on the phone was very impatient with me. 
    So now she has sent me two work orders to sign because they separated it into what the Angie's deal I purchased covered and then the additional work. No problem, they scheduled all the work to be done on the same day.
    Weeks later a technician came for the appt. I was at home while he was doing the work and he left less than 45 minutes later. I called to tell them that there is no way everything could have been done in that time they said everything had been completed. This was of course false, who knows what would have NOT happened if i had not called.
    I am assuming that they did not tell the technician that he was working on two different work orders on the same day? I never got an explanation about what happened.
    When they did come back to finish the work it was done improperly. Instead of doing a roof to wall flashing, they just used a sealer. Everything else was fine but the flashing was the most expensive part of the job. It was clear on the work order what was to be done. Not sure what happened.
    Then they sent me ANOTHER email saying work had been completed and immediately charged my card which they had on file for my initial deposit.
    I immediately started calling them, and my contractor did as well.
    My contractor talked to someone who said they would call him back the next day to schedule time for someone to come back. He never got a call and it's been weeks. I left 3 or more voicemails over two weeks without any response. Was displeased that I was charged for work that was not completed properly. 
    Finally got a response and was told, and wasn't the first time, that they are very busy and over scheduled and understaffed. This of course leads to miscommunication and hurried work. He insured me that I was on the priority list. He told me he would call and email me the next day, It has been ANOTHER week since that interaction.
    YIKES, What a headache this whole thing has been. I didn't even need that much work done.
    I am still waiting for my work to be completed. Who knows when.
    Just getting tired of thinking about what's going to go wrong next.

    - Beckett M.
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