Recent Review: Working with Julia was great from beginning to end. I only wish every experience with contractors could be this good. His price was amazing. If his price wasn't so good we wouldn't have been able to afford to buy the house in the first place (we bought the house a few weeks before he installed the new roof). In fact, based on other roofers' estimates we had walked away from it and only when we got Julio's estimate did we realize we could afford to buy the house. I had a very difficult time deciding between 2 different shingle colors. Julio scoped out the neighborhood then took me to see the 2 different roofs which was so much better than looking at a shingle sample. His guys were terrific---neat, hard working and very nice. He sent a big crew each day. They came early and got an enormous amount of work done. I think they did the whole roof in 4 days. It was a very big job. The house had a cedar roof from the 1920's with 3 asphalt roofs laid on top of it. All of that had to come off, and new plywood had to be laid before the new shingles. Also, our roof line is complex which meant lots of areas where the flashing had to be replaced and lots of ice guard had to be laid down etc and there was an area where he had to cut and apply new cedar shakes to replace some old ones on a dormer. When the fascia turned out to be rotten, Julio installed new primed wood, gave us the receipt for the new wood and only charged us $300 to cover his men's labor. Very reasonable. He even installed very attractive new flashing around the chimney that wasn't in the estimate. We then hired Julio to replace the gutters which cost another $2,500. There was one spot near the front door where I could see a small gap between the house and the gutter (it is a very old house and some thing are uneven). I noticed this after they had finished the job and we'd already paid him. When I told Julio about it he send someone over to tighten a screw to take care of the gap. Julio is a genuinely nice person, a mensch. If you need a new roof I'd definitely call him.