Corry Roof Leak Repair

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Business Description: Additional Address - 436 east 26th street.
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Business Description: Specializing in exterior remodeling, Maintenance free window replacement. Vinyl Siding & Stone. Steel and Fiberglass Entry doors, Patio doors. Vinyl sunrooms and patio enclsoures. Metal and Asphalt shingle roofing. We also offer spring and fall roof tune ups to ensure your home is secure for the season ahead. Custom skylight replacement, Also offering our latest addition: Power Cleaning. Roof algae cleaning, concrete and black top cleaning. Decks and Patio cleaning. Free estimates also offered for select interior remodeling projects.
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Business Description: Thank you for considering Accent Construction as a possibility to perform your home improvement projects. We would like you to keep in mind a few of the following benefits of our company: 1. We service the commericial, industrial, and residential areas (references available upon request) 2. We use only the best products available on the market today 3. We provide our own dump truck/trailers to haul away debris (so our customers are not at the mercy of another company to pick up a waste container) 4. We offer Free Estimates by appointment to accomodate any schedule (including weekends and evenings) 5. We are licensed in Pennsylvania--PA Lic# PA 009563 6. We are fully insured with Contracotr's Liability, Workman's Compensation, and Automobile Policies 7. We do everything from the ground up
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Recent Review: He came right out to give a quote. Once we went with him he started when he said.   The project was supposed to take about a week.  It took over two to complete. He blamed his crew for the time delay. Around every corner was another added expense. I think the total ended up being about 1200 more than the initial estimate.   The lower part of the roof leaked from the get go. He came out and installed a rubber seal on it.  It leaked every time it rained since the installation. It caused damage to my home. I Had to spend 7500 dollars fixing and redoing what I paid this company to do. Would never use this company and advise anyone else NOT to as well.
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Recent Review:   Tops roofing was referred to me from a local relator I know after I discovered my roof had water leaking into a bathroom   area from a damaged venting pipe. This happened while my wife and I were out of town on a trip in mid February   They responded quickly with an estimate and got the roof repaired in a very timely fashion despite foul weather, thus   preventing more serious damage to the interior of my house. The work was done was very satisfactory and the cost   came in significantly below the original estimate.   I would definitely use Tops roofing for any further issues and I would higly recomend this service to any of my freinds    or family.  

Reviews in Corry for Roof Leak Repair

FGREAT LAKES CONSTRUCTION
called to schedule appointment for a roof leak, was told their would be a $125.00 service charge for that, needless to say the conversation was over at that point
- Walter B....
FACCENT CONSTRUCTION
The work was subcontracted. They insisted the garage was not included and didn't replace the roof. The new roof leaked. They put some tar on it and sent a bill. Years later I'm still finding nails and debris in the yard. Unprofessional and underhanded.
- Richard P....
FGREAT LAKES CONSTRUCTION
visited on 2/25/16 and explained we would like them to check out a roof leak. Was told that they would call and schedule an appointment. On 2/26/16 we called to say we never received a call back and was told that someone would be here 3/1/16. Called at noon today to find out what time to expect them and was told they weren't coming and we weren't scheduled. Very poor service!
- Gregory C....
FBennett Roofing & Remodeling
He came right out to give a quote. Once we went with him he started when he said.   The project was supposed to take about a week.  It took over two to complete. He blamed his crew for the time delay. Around every corner was another added expense. I think the total ended up being about 1200 more than the initial estimate.   The lower part of the roof leaked from the get go. He came out and installed a rubber seal on it.  It leaked every time it rained since the installation. It caused damage to my home. I Had to spend 7500 dollars fixing and redoing what I paid this company to do. Would never use this company and advise anyone else NOT to as well.
- Derek D....
ATOPS ROOFING & REMODELING CO
  Tops roofing was referred to me from a local relator I know after I discovered my roof had water leaking into a bathroom   area from a damaged venting pipe. This happened while my wife and I were out of town on a trip in mid February   They responded quickly with an estimate and got the roof repaired in a very timely fashion despite foul weather, thus   preventing more serious damage to the interior of my house. The work was done was very satisfactory and the cost   came in significantly below the original estimate.   I would definitely use Tops roofing for any further issues and I would higly recomend this service to any of my freinds    or family.  
- Michelle P....
DBRINK ROOFING
1. Approximately 8/5/14 - a Brink rep ?Perry? brought us a packet of information when they came to get info for estimate, including printout of five Angie?s List reviews. 2. On their ?30 Reasons? list was ?Roofer?s Buggy? ? to ?protect landscaping? and ?speed up the process.? Perry (who took measurements and walked around the house) suggested a place where they would park the buggy so that our extensive landscaping would be protected from the demolition. Not ONCE did he mention that this buggy may not be used, may not be available, or would only be available with a certain package. We believed this was a service that would push Brink to #1 position in our bids. We had others, but waited for Brink. Our first scheduled appointment was 8/5/14. On 8/16, we still had no estimate and had to ask for it again so that we could make a decision. (That should have been when we would decide to go with another contractor. Customer Remorse.) 3. 10/5/14   We met with Perry again and signed their estimate, gave a deposit of $4,000 to Perry, who said the work would be scheduled in a week or so. He NEVER said that the buggy would not be used or was only an option with the top package. 4. 10/21/14  We requested a call back because the job had STILL NOT been scheduled. We had to go online to request ANOTHER appointment. Nobody had contacted us with a start date; our $4,000 was paid. The owner never called as we had requested, but began the series of email communications. He emailed that the **soonest** they could start was 11/18, six weeks after our deposit had been paid. We asked to be booked for 11/18. 5. 11/16/14 emails were exchanged with Owner Kyle Brink about the roofer?s buggy. Kyle NEVER wrote at that point that the buggy was not going to be used. He NEVER wrote that only came with the highest estimate. He wrote ?The hopper/roofers buggy does drive around and dumps debris into the orange dumpster. We drive the buggy as little as possible actually, but when we do move it we have rubber/plastic tracks we lay down that the buggy drives on.  Protects the grass.? He did offer a ?free? upgrade to the Lifetime Shingle and Lifetime Flashings as a ?winter bonus.? 6. We had a HUGE snowstorm in early November. (Buffalo got buried!) Two-man crew came to our house on the evening of 11/17/14 and started clearing snow off the roof, pushing feet of snow to the ground and killing off several ornamental bushes. It was dark when they were working, in awful snow conditions. [Buyer beware - - you may not get that roofer's buggy - - ask questions and GET WRITTEN answers before signing a contract and paying your hard-earned money.] 7. 11/20/14 Kyle Brink emails again that ?we?ll see some action? on our roof - - even with the feet of snow on it. 8. 11/26/14 Invoiced for start payment on roofing. That is SEVEN WEEKS since our deposit was paid. This is a lesson we learned: NEVER give a $4,000 deposit unless you have a written start date. We were out of town for Thanksgiving, and could not pay until we returned to Erie. Kyle wrote on 11/28 that they were finishing up that day. 9. 12/1/14 we were able to inspect the property and work ?completed.? There was no roof/ridge vent visible on the house roof, but a very long one on the unheated garage roof. This seemed very odd to us. We thought the job had been finished because Brink sent a final invoice. We then sent a lengthy email with questions, concerns and PHOTOGRAPHS of the job. We AGAIN requested him to meet with us personally, to come to the property and review all our concerns. NEVER did we hear from him live and in person, not even a phone call.  10. We went up on the house roof and discovered there was no roof vent!! Had we not climbed the roof to check it (in December), we would not have seen it was missing. The crew had to come back, and they installed a small (less than 24") vent. 11. April 2015, four months after the roof was installed, we discovered our ?NEW? garage roof was DRIPPING water onto a workbench. We hurriedly placed a bucket and called Brink's answering service from the car as we were leaving town. They said someone would call us. Days later, we got an EMAIL from the owner telling us to go back **online** and make an appointment. 12. Before the crew came for their ?warranty? appointment on 4/16/15, we discovered that our vinyl siding was stained where the crew apparently tried to clean off the dropped shingle stains where the wall had not been protected with tarps. It looked like someone had painted over in a lot of places, with the wrong color. WE had never noticed it before, and we were alarmed that now we had a roof that was leaking and stained siding. The crew leader said our garage roof was dry (it had been weeks since we found the leak). But they said they?d be back the next day to fix it and took some siding to try to match a repair. 13. The more we thought about it, the more we realized we did not trust this company or the crew to be on our property while we were not there, nor did we have confidence that they could fix the stained vinyl siding. We felt the landscaping around the house would further be damaged by the crew tromping around to try to correct the work that had not been done properly, some four months ago. We called to cancel the next day appointment and asked to speak to the owner and left a message again. No return call. 14. We finally got a call from the owner (FIRST TIME) on 4/25/15 (in response to our online request for an appointment). He agreed that during the week of 5/4/15, we would schedule the crew to come to our property during the week of 5/17 to repair the leaking garage roof. This was done very well. We think they found a weak roof support and replaced it. That crew was very professional, pleasant, and skillful in making this warranty repair. 15. In May 2015, we had a contractor come to give an estimate for either an attic fan or more roof vent than Brink had installed (< 24"). He went into an unused attic crawl space and found black mold on attic roof sheathing. He said that as a roofer, checking the roof sheathing on the interior would have been one of his first inspection points on any job. He recommended mold remediation prior to increasing ventilation. 16. Another contractor came in late June to advise on the attic mold and walked the roof. He called us up and showed us several places where sheeting under the new roof was sagging, caved in, cracking under his weight. He told us these roof deck areas would have been inspected by Brink, prior to the roof installation, and should have been replaced. Two turtle vents had been removed by Brink, but the holes were not sheeted with wood, but only covered by underlayment. The contractor has recommended partial roof replacement in addition to the mold treatment. This other contractor has determined that the Brink roof was installed over molded and rotting roof decking over our home. The molded/rotting roof decking issues should or could have been detected by Brink had they performed their advertised 17?point inspection. Had Brink inspected the **interior** attic, they would have detected the moisture, mold and deteriorating decking.  New shingles should not have been installed without replacing the molded roof decking. Further, when the old roof shingles were torn off, the weak decking should have been obvious to anyone walking on top of that roof, and certainly to a professional roofer. 17. We have noticed other reviews of Brink where people were given a very "thorough" inspection by the owner, and a 17-point inspection report. Upon review of Brink's own website, we read that part of that inspection was ?Measure for, and calculate for proper attic ventilation. ? Inspect attic intake vents for blockage. ? Interior attic inspection for moisture, or dry rot. ? Inspect attic insulation for proper R-Value. Had we received this 17-point inspection service from Brink, we believe Brink would have discovered the crawl space mold and weakened roof deck PRIOR to tearing off shingles and placing a new roof over weakened, problematic decking. Brink also has an article on his website about proper roof ventilation. We got less than two feet of ventilation on a 32x32 foot roof area. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Mary M....