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Roofing reviews in Rubidoux

  • A
    Burros Contractor Services
    Roofing held up great to our recent rains. He even slid the roofing under the roof tiles where the patio met up with the roof. This ensured water wouldnt run between the patio and the eaves of the house! Very good work.
    - Josh B.
  • A
    T & G Roofing and Solar Company
    They replaced the roof and installed the solar panels. Did a lot of research before choosing T&G Roofing. Quality work. Quality materials. Great customer service. No leaks (it just rained today)! Panels are producing as promised. And it looks beautiful.
    - Jennifer I.
  • A
    T & G Roofing and Solar Company
    From the beginning of the job to the end, T & G Roofing went above and beyond in customer service and satisfaction. Lynnae is the project manager. She was also responsible for providing us with the estimated costs for the project. Our solar system was designed based on our annual electric usage so when the system is up and running, our electric bill should be pretty much zeroed out! The installation crew supervised by Jimmy did an outstanding job. They were very friendly, respectful and truly knew what they were doing from start to finish. Nate the electrician did the service panel upgrade. The wiring that Nate did was truly a work of art! The building inspector even commented that was the neatest panel wiring that he had ever seen. Lynnae was present during the inspection and stuck around and installed a wireless monitor so we can check to output of the solar panels. If you are considering a solar system for your house, I strongly encourage you to give Lynnae a call at T & G Roofing and let her and her team design a solar system to meet your specific needs. Congratulations T & G Roofing for a job very well done!
    - Jim M.
  • A
    T & G Roofing and Solar Company

    From the moment we made the first call to set up our appointment, to the installation of the rain gutters, rain barrels and rain chain, we were treated very professionally and courteously. Ron our estimator was very punctual and explained the entire process in terms we could understand. They were able to get the exact rain barrels that we wanted. The install team was right on time. They are truly artisans in their trade. They had to do some custom work around our bay window and it looks great. Can't wait for it to rain to see how the gutters and barrels are going to work. I would most definitely recommend this company to anyone contemplating the installation of rain gutters or rain barrels. This company offers a great product at a reasonable price and great workmanship and customer service.


    - Jim M.
  • A
    Berry Roofing
    Sales person did not know of the deal that was available from Angie's List when he sent me a quote.  Called in to the office and they sent me to an owner who recalculated my bill and told me that she would make sure all of her sales people knew of deals available.  Very friendly and helpful.  All paperwork came through email.  All phone calls and emails were answered quickly.  When I received my final bill, the original quote was listed.  I asked the person in the office to look into the corrections.  She did and sent a new bill the next day.  Everything was handled very professionally and I would use this business again if needed.
    - Aleta R.
  • A
    Pd Contracting Inc
    Dave Yarnell and the rest of the PD Contracting personnel are very pleasant to work with. I needed to have several things done on a new purchase before I moved in, and they were able to do them or connect me with other service people who did additional work (such as some major AC work). Because of some unexpected expenses like the AC, I wasn't able to complete some of the projects that were quoted. The price was reasonable on most of the work - midrange of the quotes I received. I've been happy with the work so far, and I will have them back again soon to do some additional electrical work.
    - MARGARET B.
  • A
    Federal Building & Roofing
    Knowing that I had an older roof, I knew it was time for me to consider the possibility that it might be time to replace it. I called different roofing companies and obtained the professional advise from each of the providers. By the time that the third company, Federal Building Roofing came out, I was fairly certain that a new roof was in order.
    Richard, explained to me that he did not feel that I was in need of a new roof at this time. It was his professional opinion that I still had 5-10 years left on the roof that I did have. Richard did however suggest that a few repairs be done to the roof, he also said that he would be happy to sell me a new roof if that was what I preferred. I of course went with the repair option. A few weeks later Richard and a worker came to make those necessary repairs that will extend the life of my current roof.
    I cannot begin to explain how refreshing it was to know that I was not trying to be oversold.... Honesty and integrity would be two words that I would use to describe my experience in dealing with Richard at Federal Building Roofing. I would highly recommend this company to anyone!
    - Lynne F.
  • A
    Kincaid Development Inc
    Let's face it, hiring a contractor is scary stuff. I cannot tell you how many horror stories that I've heard of remodels gone wrong. I was in a position now where I needed a contractor, and I needed the work done rather quickly. After interviewing several contractors and getting quotes I opted to go with the one that who had experience in dealing with my (newly formed) city, one who's bid was reasonable, and most importantly the one that  I felt the most comfortable with,
    When Joe came out to look at the work that needed to be done, he explained what needed to be done and why it needed to be done. That professionalism and courtesy continued throughout the entire time that he and his crew were working on my property. His crew explained to me daily before they left what work had been completed, when I should expect them back, and made sure that at the end of the day that things were left as tidy as possible.
    I was amazed at the rate of speed that things progressed. Because of this speed, I was also concerned about the quality. My concerns were quickly put to rest as Joe consistently went over the work of his crew and was quick to have anything corrected that he felt was not up to par. If I happened to notice something that I did not like, all I had to do was mention it to someone on the crew and they were quick to make the necessary modifications.
    At the end of the day, I was pleased with my entire experience with Kincaid Development, Joe and his entire crew have earned my complete trust. Did they come in on budget? It was very close to budget. Was the work done in a timely manner? Yes. Am I happy with the quality? Yes. Would I hire them again? Yes. Would I recommend them? I would highly recommend them.
    - Lynne F.
  • B
    Pacific HomeWorks Inc
    Ok.....there is good news, bad news and then good news about this whole project.
    First, the good news; the product itself - the stucco paint is of excellent quality. Pacific Homeworks matched the original paint color of the stucco perfectly. The house looks beautiful. In fact, it looks better than it did when I bought it brand new. But I paid for extraordinary protection from the elements as well. TEX-COTE does not disappoint. Throw water on the side of the house and the new surface repels all of the water instantly. Same for the eaves. The whole house repels water now. Before, the stucco absorbed the water and took hours to dry out. (This was from watering the lawn.) The wet patch look wasn't a problem but possible water damage underneath the stucco against bare wood over the years is a very big problem! So I am just as pleased with the new protection for the house as I am with it new good looks. My neighbors concur.
    The bad news; apparantly, Pacific Homeworks has many locations. Though I live in Riverside, I delt with the San Diego division. It's not that they don't have all of their ducks in a row, (they don't), they have a few ducks missing altogether. As well, the team they sent out to paint the house lacked any knowledge of the TEX-COTE product they were to apply. This is a big problem. There are 10 - yes, 10 steps that must be followed faithfully or the paint will separate from the house in as little as 6 months. Worse, if the 10 steps aren't followed to the letter, the manufacturer of the paint will void the warranty. If all the steps are followed perfectly, no problems for 20 years. This is why I hired my cousin who is a handyman of the first caliber. He acted on my behalf watching the whole operation take place. I gave him the phone number of the inspector who was to show up now and then to inspect the progress of his workmen as well as the quality of their work. (I had to go to the office everyday and didn't want to fly blind on this $18,000 project. My cousin was perfect for this oversight as he had both restuccoed and painted many houses large and small.) I received 20 gallons of a special primer the workmen were to apply to the stucco. They used only 8 gallons and told my cousin they were finished and ready to spray on the paint. My cousin immediately called the inspector and told him what was going on. To his credit, the inspector told his workmen to stop their work immediately and wait for his arrival. (My cousin had given the foreman his phone with the inspector on the line.) He drove up from San Diego and inspected the work. The primer was white and you could see the original sand colored stucco showing through it and many places missed altogether. From what my cousin told me, the inspector read the riot act  to the workmen liberally laced with strong language that worked wonders getting his message across. He retrained them on the spot. All 20 gallons was to be used such that all of the stucco is to be thoroughly covered with no hint of the original color showing. The primer is vital for holding the paint to the stucco. It is produced by the same manufacturer of the TEX-COTE paint. All 10 steps were then followed to the letter under the watchful eye of my cousin and verified by the inspector. (My cousin had called the manufacturer of the paint system and was told the 10 steps and their importance. He also spoke the same technical language as the inspector so they got along fine. No doubt, the home office knew they were being watched throughout this project and acted accordingly.) When the project was finished, the inspector, my cousin and I did a final inspection of the house and bought off the work. I highly recommend this procedure (hiring a good handyman knowledgeable in this area to act in your best interests) for any project this expensive and important. A small amount of money now ($500.00) could save you thousands and untold problems and hassles later.
    The missing ducks problem; scheduling was a big foul-up. Somebody forgot to order the primer. The TEX-COTE paint arrived first. The crew showed up the next day only to find out that the primer was never ordered. They left because they wanted to paint the eaves first and that paint was never ordered either. It took two extra weeks before the paint for the eaves arrived and another  week for the primer. The left hand definitely didn't know what the right hand was doing. There were apologies all around. Still, the San Diego office needs professional guidance badly. Does their Orange County office fair any better? Don't know. Sorry. But I doubt that the problem is systemic among all  the offices.
    The second good news; a separate crew arrived to change the sliding glass door. These guys were great and very professional. Again, my cousin was in attendance. He too was impressed. They had the bad door out in 25 minutes, the framework refinished and adjusted for the new door and the new door installed 20 minutes later. All voids were filled and areas shimmed perfectly for a beautiful fit all around. The finished job was perfect, they picked up their trash and hauled away the bad door. I couldn't have been more pleased. The new door they installed is very high quality. The sliding grooves are on the inside of the house. No worries about dirt and mud fouling up the sliding operation or damaging over time the wheels that allow the door to move. In essence, maintenance free. Also include a good and clever locking system that cannot be breached from the outside. Good looks, great operation and built to last. I'm very satisfied.
    Some advice and a warning; It took almost 5 weeks to complete the job. Be prepared for delays. If you have to move things out of the way, they may be out of the way for quite awhile. Hire your own representative (you know well) who is knowledgeable in the area you are hiring people to work on. He can keep you updated about the work and act as an incentive for the work personnel to be more professional. Also, he can make sure no one leaves your property with more than he arrived with. (These workmen barely spoke English. My cousin speaks fluent Spanish. A big plus and something you should consider for your representative.)
    The warning; the salesperson you will deal with. He was professional and knew the product well. He answered all of my questions satisfactorily. I was and still am sold on the TEX-COTE product. It is exactly what I wanted for many reasons. Maintaining my house in good condition over my remaining years without the worry of major and costly repairs when I'm 80 is not the least of them. So I had good reason to spend the good portion of the time he was with me negotiating the price. The first price quoted was obscene - way too high! By Thousands! This is a hard sell presentation! Be prepared for it and be ready to spend an hour or more to work out a satisfactory deal. Really! It will take that long! (Is this product worth it? For me, yes!) The reason is the hard sell. I am a salesman and have been for 40 years. I've trained salesmen in the past. I knew what he was doing and knew what not to say as well as the pertinent things to ask. You have to be knowledgeable about what you want done and what is involved in getting your project done. This will save you thousands of dollars through your negotiations. When we reached a point of disagreement he couldn't handle, he called his "boss". When he handed me the phone, I said "So you're the TO!" There was silence on the other side of the line. A "TO" (pronounced  tee oh) is short for "take over". It's standard in high pressure sales to get you to agree with what they are asking for by reason of a different person stepping in who can supposedly solve your problem and the salesperson's pricing problem. This is a staged event and I complimented them about how well they carried it out. We quickly settled on a price. If the product is good enough to fight for, do it. But be prepared for a lengthy battle.
    Bottom line; The product is great if done correctly. The San Diego office is very unprofessional - try the Orange Count office instead. The initial price you will be quoted is high enough to have a good view of the planet Mars. Whatever they quote you, try for a third of that less. ($25,000? Start at $14,000!)
    - Stephen C.
  • A
    John Day General Contractor
    John initially came to do a roof tune up.  He made some recommendations that I had been told by others should be done.  His pricing was very good and he did the work on time and in a very professional manner.  We spoke with him about some other work we will want to have done and he made some good recommendations that will get the job done in a less costly way than we had been considering.  I felt he was very honest in his recommendations as they will reduce the amount of work I will have him do.  I will use him again and am happy to recommend him to others.
    - Susan D.
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