Rand Roof Leak Repair

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Business Description: Skyline Roofing and Solar is a Colorado based company that specializes in the very best solar and roofing products and services. With over 1,400 successful projects completed right here in Colorado, Skyline is a proven, reliable partner for your solar and roofing needs. At Skyline, we pride ourselves on delivering not only the best solar energy system, but also the very best customer experience. We handle the design, engineering, permitting, installation and rebate paperwork, so you can go solar with no worries. We also have the very best renewable energy financing programs so you can own your own clean energy with no money down and low monthly payments. In addition, our roofing expertise in insurance claims enables our customers to effectively manage the claims process, minimizing the confusion and frustration. We help you open the claim, meet with the adjuster and act as an advocate for our you throughout the entire process, ensuring you get the very best roof.
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Business Description: Rooftop Roofing Inc. is a Licensed and Insured Company. We are dedicated to providing our customers with high-quality roofing systems at competitive prices. All employees are highly-trained professionals and very knowledgeable about all roofing systems including shingle, flat, tile, slate and metal roofs. We have over 20 years of experience and provide services to residential and commercial customers. Rooftop has over 15,000 projects completed. Rooftop Roofing wants to make sure your home and roofing needs are taken care of so that you have "peace of mind." We offer weekend and evening appointments and we'll work to stop your roof leaks. We provide free estimates and consultations. We handle all insurance claims and will gladly represent you regarding any type of storm damage. We guarantee our work! Give us a call today 303-997-4247. RooftopRoofing.com. We have over 20 years of experience and provide services to residential and commercial customers. Rooftop has over 15,000 projects completed. Rooftop Roofing wants to make sure your home and roofing needs are taken care of so that you have "peace of mind." We offer weekend and evening appointments and we'll work to stop your roof leaks. We provide free estimates and consultations. We handle all insurance claims and will gladly represent you regarding any type of storm damage. We guarantee our work! Give us a call today 303-997-4247. RooftopRoofing.com.
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Business Description: The safety and security of your residential or commercial property starts at the top, with a roofing system that provides dependable protection in all weather conditions. Trust your roof to the experts in roofing in Colorado – North West Roofing. We are the first choice for roof replacement and roof repair. We've been roofing Denver homes and businesses since 1963. That's 50 years of local, knowledgeable, professional experience. Put your home in the hands of the experts in roof repair, roof replacement and home improvement. Call North West Roofing today at (303) 804-0303 to schedule a FREE in-home consultation and estimate. Or use our convenient on-line Quote Request form to get started on a new roof in Denver or all along the Front Range. • In Business for Over 50 Years • Locally Owned & Operated • A+ Rating with the BBB • Project References Available • Fully Licensed & Insured • Denver Business Journal 2015 Winner Top 10 Best Places to Work • Community Involvement – Denver Children’s Home, There With Care, Wounded Warrior Project, Operation Smile and Unbridled ACTS
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Recent Review: They were responsive and came quick to fix any issue and did a decent job on the roof.
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Business Description: ***WE ARE A FULLY LICENSED BUSINESS*** $500.00 advertising credit for Angie's List members (for any cash project of roof/windows/siding replacement). Cannot be applied to insurance deductibles as stipulated by Senate Bill 12-038.Free inspections, estimates, & Top of the House evaluations. Insurance claim specialists w/free claim settlement services. Licensed in all municipalities/counties in greater Denver Metro and Front Range, bonded and insured. MasterElite Contractor and Master Commercial Roofer w/GAF, GAF Certified Green Roofer & Community Contractor (Habitat for Humanity). SELECT ShingleMaster and Master Shingle Applicator w/CertainTeed. Certified Contractor w/Versico Roofing Systems, Owens Corning Preferred and Top of the House Certified Preferred Contractor, DaVinci Masterpiece Contractor, Milgard Windows & Doors Certified Dealer, Kaycan Certified Dealer, EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm, and Member of: National Roofing Contractors Association, Colorado Roofing Association, Western States Roofing Contractors Association, BBB, NFIB, DMCC, MNCC, BCC, DWCC, Quarrix Advisory Council. Honesty and integrity are at the foundation of our business. Commitment to customer service is our highest priority. Additional address - 2200 S Valley Hwy, Denver, CO 80222.
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Recent Review: I called John Westers because I knew that he had a good reputation in the area, but I had no idea that he was this good.  He came out to examine a roof leak caused by a badly installed satellite dish.  Instead of a small repair, he pointed out to me that the old shingles were no longer available, so the repair would require a larger area and then he looked closely over the entire roof and discovered hail damage.  John told me to file a claim for homeowners insurance for hail damage along with the claim for the satellite dish damage.  He came back to examine the damage with the insurance adjuster and pointed out the need for updates to meet present building codes.  He also recommended using shingles that would be more wind and hail resistant to get me a reduced premium on my homeowners policy.  I would not have known any of this.  I just thought that I had a bit of a leak caused by the satellite dish.  We got enough from the satellite company to pay for the deductable for the homowners policy and I got a whole new roof with building code improvements and all for no money out of pocket!  Win, win, win.  Granted, your mileage may vary, but with the help of Westers Roofing, I got through this problem very well. John's been in the roofing business exclusively for quite a few years and has work crews that have been together with him over ten years.  They show up when promised. They work efficiently, quickly and neatly to do an excellent job.  They cleaned as they worked and when they were finished, there wasn't a scrap or a nail left anywhere.  I got up on the roof and examined it thoroughly and I am amazed at how perfect it is.   If you have a roofing problem, do not respond to any of the fly-by-night snakeoil salesmen out there and don't be foolish and believe that you can do a first class job yourself.  It might look simple, but it isn't easy to get it right.   It takes a lot of knowledge and experience, but  when you have a real pro like John, you can rest easy for many years and actually increase the value of your home while reducing your homeowners insurance premium.   
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Recent Review: Contractor (Ridgeline Roofing LLC) began work on the Lake Pagosa Townhomes roof April 12, 2010. Contractor assured the manager of the Lake Pagosa Townhomes Association (Gloria Shumaker) that once the work began they would continue to work on the 6-unit townhomes until the re-roofing job was complete. Prior to awarding the contract, the contractor was informed that (for various reasons) the roofing job must be completed by May 31, 2010; contractor guaranteed the Association that work would be completed on time. Once the contract was awarded, the contractor began removing some existing roof metal and flashing; however the exposed roof was not covered properly and there were serious leaks inside the townhomes; the contractor was advised of these leaks and informed of the fact that these were the first leaks that had ever occurred at the townhomes. It should be noted that money for all roof material (roof metal, screws, underlayment, etc) was paid to the contractor at the time the contract was awarded. This was done to insure that the roof would be covered properly and that no delays (due to a lack of materials) would occur. Contractor was paid $21,064.00 or 84% of the total contract amount as agreed to in the signed contract. There was some weather delays due to rain, however there were many good days where work should have been done on roof; the contractor did not show up. Repeated requests to have Ridgeline complete the work were made for about a month (email messages were sent and voicemail messages were left); the contractor did not reply. Work did resume intermittently during June and July 2010; workers that did show up only worked partial days because they did not have sufficient material with which to work. This problem continued throughout the summer months. This should not have been a problem because the Association paid Ridgeline Roofing sufficient funds to purchase all necessary roof material at the time the contract was awarded. Contractor was notified that there was going to be an Annual Owners Meeting on September 4, 2010 and the roof needed to be completed by that time. Contractor was further notified that if the job was not completed by September 4, 2010, the owners would decide on whether it would be necessary to get legal advice; owners decided to hire a ?construction manager? to oversee the balance of the project. Michael Carroll was hired to oversee the project and the contractor was notified. Contractor was informed that Mr. Carroll would be the contact person to help bring the project to completion; the contractor was contacted by Mr. Carroll. However, the contractor continued to show up only intermittently and the workers continued to have problems with a shortage of material with which to work. In October 2010 (more than 6 months after Ridgeline Roofing commenced work under the contract), the Association hired legal counsel and on October 13, 2010 the contract with Mr. Fred Feirn and Ridgeline Roofing was terminated. This action was taken because: (1) the work Ridgeline performed contained documented construction defects including numerous instances of roof leaks, (2) Ridgeline Roofing failed to complete the work in a timely manner as agreed to in the signed contract, (3) there was a lack of cooperation between the contractor and Mr. Carroll, (4) a 6-month building permit was set to expire, and (5) Ridgeline Roofing would not provide its insurance information to the Association despite numerous requests. Following termination of the contract, the Association hired a certified and independent roofing inspector (David Armstrong) to thoroughly inspect the roof and workmanship. A 26 page report was received from Mr. Armstrong detailing substantial problems with the metal roof installation which was only partially completed at the time of the inspection (11-18-2010). Based on our experience and the information provided by a well-respected and independent roofing inspector, (1) the work performed by Ridgeline Roofing was of inferior quality and contained documented construction defects and, (2) the work could not be completed in a timely manner. We would strongly advise against using Ridgeline Roofing for any metal roofing job.

Reviews in Rand for Roof Leak Repair

FG & G Roofing
I didn't check on their roof.  I paid them and assumed they did the job.  When we noticed the roof leaking again we found that they had fixed a couple of spots on the roof but left half of the roof in a mess.  They had rake the rocks to the side and never put them back and there were gaping holes on one end of the roof.  When called they would not return to look at their employee's work or return our phone calls.
- Gary P....
A4 Corners Roofing & Sheet Metal LLC
We were pleased.  Delayed by snow but as soon as we had a couple of good days, they hit the roof and finished it in two days.  They were very professional and cleaned up after themselves completely.
- Charley W....
FAdvanced Exteriors Inc
This was difficult from the start. I still have issues and more damage as the responsiveness of the company is in question. They use excuses to even come look at the issues and 2 more storms have undone all the work I have put in to fix the interior. My insurance was non-renewed and I cannot make another claim or risk a 30K a year bill to get insured. The roof that was repaired was not up to code, and although Advanced fixed it, they initially did the work not to code. They ignored the shearing being over an inch out of compliance and failed to notify me. They simply applied the new roof over the shearing. This was after completely stripping the roof and repairing/replacing some of the shearing in other areas. The roof leaks during just about every storm and snow fills my attic, I have contacted them several times and was told I would have to wait until there was no more snow. The roads have been clear for weeks, I have heard nothing. I will be forced to take further legal action. This is still ongoing, I have saved all emails and texts, including telling me this would be fixed under warranty. I am perplexed and disappointed. If I am forced to go to court over all this, I will be going after their license to work here in Colorado.
- Kenneth P....
FElements Roofing LLC
This company. Owner. Just let his workers. Alone. To do what they wanted tore out entire kitchen. And my wife told him she would pack master germ & frontroom. Broke furniture.
- Angel C....
FG & G Roofing
They are a very unorganized company and would never recommend calling them. No service, no follow thru, and no class. Save yourself a headache and go to someone else.
- Melissa H....
AWesters Roofing
I called John Westers because I knew that he had a good reputation in the area, but I had no idea that he was this good.  He came out to examine a roof leak caused by a badly installed satellite dish.  Instead of a small repair, he pointed out to me that the old shingles were no longer available, so the repair would require a larger area and then he looked closely over the entire roof and discovered hail damage.  John told me to file a claim for homeowners insurance for hail damage along with the claim for the satellite dish damage.  He came back to examine the damage with the insurance adjuster and pointed out the need for updates to meet present building codes.  He also recommended using shingles that would be more wind and hail resistant to get me a reduced premium on my homeowners policy.  I would not have known any of this.  I just thought that I had a bit of a leak caused by the satellite dish.  We got enough from the satellite company to pay for the deductable for the homowners policy and I got a whole new roof with building code improvements and all for no money out of pocket!  Win, win, win.  Granted, your mileage may vary, but with the help of Westers Roofing, I got through this problem very well. John's been in the roofing business exclusively for quite a few years and has work crews that have been together with him over ten years.  They show up when promised. They work efficiently, quickly and neatly to do an excellent job.  They cleaned as they worked and when they were finished, there wasn't a scrap or a nail left anywhere.  I got up on the roof and examined it thoroughly and I am amazed at how perfect it is.   If you have a roofing problem, do not respond to any of the fly-by-night snakeoil salesmen out there and don't be foolish and believe that you can do a first class job yourself.  It might look simple, but it isn't easy to get it right.   It takes a lot of knowledge and experience, but  when you have a real pro like John, you can rest easy for many years and actually increase the value of your home while reducing your homeowners insurance premium.   
- Robert S....
FEast West Roofing LLC
In August 2014 I gave East West Roofing a deposit for a roof from an insurance claim.  George Harris says now says he will not do my roof. So I asked for my money back and he says he does not have it.  I have been told by two distributors of  material that they have not been paid for materials that have already been installed and East West Roofing has been paid for the roofs from customers.  One supplier has filed mechanic leans on numerous properties. The other is in the process of filing.   One roofer was not paid for his labor and filed a mechanic lean on the property. The property owner has filed a law suite against East West Roofing because of the mechanic lean.  Numerous other customers as well as myself have asked for there money back and have not received it.   When I asked for mine George Harris said he does not have it.  Which is against the law -  Senate Bill 38 requires roofing companies on insurance claims to keep the money in trust until the roofing material has arrived at the job site.  The roof leaks from the roofs that they have done work on are countless and damage from the leaks huge.  Complaints have are being filed at the Attorney General Office of Colorado; Department of Labor; Better Business Bureau and so on.  BUYER BEWARE - These are all facts as I know it - there is much more being rumored - but you all should have enough information now to make the correct discussion for yourself.  I am posting this so others do not have to go through what myself and others are going through.
- Mike L....
FRidgeline Roofing
Contractor (Ridgeline Roofing LLC) began work on the Lake Pagosa Townhomes roof April 12, 2010. Contractor assured the manager of the Lake Pagosa Townhomes Association (Gloria Shumaker) that once the work began they would continue to work on the 6-unit townhomes until the re-roofing job was complete. Prior to awarding the contract, the contractor was informed that (for various reasons) the roofing job must be completed by May 31, 2010; contractor guaranteed the Association that work would be completed on time. Once the contract was awarded, the contractor began removing some existing roof metal and flashing; however the exposed roof was not covered properly and there were serious leaks inside the townhomes; the contractor was advised of these leaks and informed of the fact that these were the first leaks that had ever occurred at the townhomes. It should be noted that money for all roof material (roof metal, screws, underlayment, etc) was paid to the contractor at the time the contract was awarded. This was done to insure that the roof would be covered properly and that no delays (due to a lack of materials) would occur. Contractor was paid $21,064.00 or 84% of the total contract amount as agreed to in the signed contract. There was some weather delays due to rain, however there were many good days where work should have been done on roof; the contractor did not show up. Repeated requests to have Ridgeline complete the work were made for about a month (email messages were sent and voicemail messages were left); the contractor did not reply. Work did resume intermittently during June and July 2010; workers that did show up only worked partial days because they did not have sufficient material with which to work. This problem continued throughout the summer months. This should not have been a problem because the Association paid Ridgeline Roofing sufficient funds to purchase all necessary roof material at the time the contract was awarded. Contractor was notified that there was going to be an Annual Owners Meeting on September 4, 2010 and the roof needed to be completed by that time. Contractor was further notified that if the job was not completed by September 4, 2010, the owners would decide on whether it would be necessary to get legal advice; owners decided to hire a ?construction manager? to oversee the balance of the project. Michael Carroll was hired to oversee the project and the contractor was notified. Contractor was informed that Mr. Carroll would be the contact person to help bring the project to completion; the contractor was contacted by Mr. Carroll. However, the contractor continued to show up only intermittently and the workers continued to have problems with a shortage of material with which to work. In October 2010 (more than 6 months after Ridgeline Roofing commenced work under the contract), the Association hired legal counsel and on October 13, 2010 the contract with Mr. Fred Feirn and Ridgeline Roofing was terminated. This action was taken because: (1) the work Ridgeline performed contained documented construction defects including numerous instances of roof leaks, (2) Ridgeline Roofing failed to complete the work in a timely manner as agreed to in the signed contract, (3) there was a lack of cooperation between the contractor and Mr. Carroll, (4) a 6-month building permit was set to expire, and (5) Ridgeline Roofing would not provide its insurance information to the Association despite numerous requests. Following termination of the contract, the Association hired a certified and independent roofing inspector (David Armstrong) to thoroughly inspect the roof and workmanship. A 26 page report was received from Mr. Armstrong detailing substantial problems with the metal roof installation which was only partially completed at the time of the inspection (11-18-2010). Based on our experience and the information provided by a well-respected and independent roofing inspector, (1) the work performed by Ridgeline Roofing was of inferior quality and contained documented construction defects and, (2) the work could not be completed in a timely manner. We would strongly advise against using Ridgeline Roofing for any metal roofing job.
- Gloria S....