Recent Review: I can't be happier with the work that Wayne did on our home. We were in bad shape as far as the roof goes. We had lost many shingles, had water coming into the house, and other general problems (gutters, rotting decking, etc.). I contacted three roofers (all from Angie's List), with St. Pierre being the final. All gave estimates that were relatively competitive, but Wayne could replace with shingles or metal. The other two were shingles only. Wayne's quote for metal was $500 more than shingles. In all honesty, my wife had some misgivings about Wayne. He is not flashy, pushy or in any way a typical salesman. He is quiet, soft-spoken and unlike all the other contractors we had out to the house. She also got concerned (so did I) when he needed a check for materials up-front. But, it turned out to be good, as we got a separate receipt from the metal supplier and knew the materials were paid for. We had heard stories about roofers not paying their suppliers and the supplier coming to a home-owner and demanding payment or threatening a lien. Everything was great when he was at the house the next morning at 7:30 to go to work. At the end of their day, my wife gave Wayne and his helper a $50 tip each because she saw how hard they worked and how polite they were. Needless to say, her fears earlier were totally gone. After picking color, he had metal at our house the next day, along with the rest of the materials he needed. I noticed at the end of the job, he very little scrap and no full sheets of metal (which tells me, we only paid for what he used, and didn't waste money on extra). He and his worker began laying strips the first day and while they may not set any records for speed, what they did was right. I promise if it had been me doing a roofing job on a house like ours, I would have walked, no, run away from it. There was one particular place on the roof where three or more roof lines came to a valley. Wayne told me it was a very tough section. Turns out it was also where the water was entering the house. He spent more time working on it than he planned, but he got it right. In closing, almost two weeks after he started, he finished today. Like I said earlier, I couldn't be happier, nor could my wife.