Recent Review: A week prior to the scheduled start date, we were informed that there would be a one-day slip. The day prior to start, vendors delivered the materials needed for the installation. The McFall work trailer was parked on the street in front of the house. The day of the installation, a Porta-Pot and a dumpster were delivered and the Gainesville Building Permit posted. Workers arrived at 7:30 AM and quietly staged protective tarps over all the shrubbery adjacent to the house. At eight, shingles were being scraped off and the job was underway. It took two-and-a-half days from start to completion. On day one, the old shingles were removed, damaged decking was replaced, installed decking planks were re-nailed as required, openings for prior roof turbines and furnace were filled in, ridge vent opening cut, and peel-and-stick underlayment was installed. At the end of this day, there was no exposed roofing. We were safe from rain. The next day, radiant barrier insulation was laid down and 1?x4? perlins (wooden nailers to raise metal for additional insulation) installed. The metal roofing had been premeasured and cut to size before delivery. Each roofing panel was predrilled for the stainless steel screws to that when installed on the roof, each screw seated firmly and wasn?t omitted. The overlapping edge of each metal was fitted with butyl tape sealant. Replacement Sun-Tek CMG II skylights were installed. As in previous days, all debris was removed and a bar magnet rolled over the grounds to find stray fasteners. The last day, the final roofing panels were installed, the ridge vent installation was completed, gutters refastened as necessary and their leaf guards reinstalled. Our two storage buildings then received matching metal roofing. Mike McFall came by each day to check on progress and to see if there were any problems. Included in the contract cost was a wind mitigation inspection in which a professional inspects and prepares a report to be submitted to our insurer, undoubtedly resulting in lower homeowner insurance cost. I enthusiastically recommend McFall Residential Roofing.