Recent Review: When thinking about a big job, you get numerous estimates from sources such as Angies List, friends' recomendations, or roofing supply store references. You are apprehensive about the choice for signing a contract, and only feel some relief when you spent time with the company rep, and then talking to the crew foreman of the contractor. Rooftoppers' proposal contract was in the middle of the price range of my estimates, and had a good recomendation from a friend and neighbor, as well as good reviews on Angie's List. The tear off of old cedar shake went very fast. They protected all surroundings with tarps, and the cleanup was to my wife's liking. The nailing of the plywood was very efficient, and they took their time to make adjustments to the edges of the plywood so that they were well supported. The next morning the materials were loaded on the roof by the supplier, and the crew installed the vents, applied peel and stick weather guard under the metal valleys and around the flashings, and applied the 30lb paper. It was water proof by the end of the day. The foreman was willing to answer my questions and explain some of his techniques learned over numerous years of experience. The crew took extra time around our chimmey to make sure there will be no leaks.The crew worked steady and carefully when nailing the shingles, and the result looks good, with straight lines and matched sections. The crew was very professional, and cleaned up as they worked, with a complete sweep of the area at the end of the work day. An inspector came by, and all the permits and workmanship were up to code, and he left satisfied. There was someone from the office, including the owner, to check on the work every a day. The owner came by again near completion, to walk the roof and answer any concerns. I rained the evening after completion, so I went into the attic to check for leaks around vents and pipes, and everything was dry. Great experience, a good value for the money. My hat is off to Rooftoppers!