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  • A
    Called several companies for gutter/downspout repair. Most did not even return my call. I called Jeremy after hours on a Saturday, and to my surprise, he called me back that afternoon and made appointment to look at my gutter issue. He arrived as scheduled, made suggestions and offered a fair price which I accepted. Easy to work with and clear communication. Would definitely consider for future projects.
    - Mike G.
  • A
    Great work. Andrew & his crew are very professional. They showed up when they said they would and my roof looks great. The crew cleaned up after themselves and were prompt, courteous and hardworking. Andrew worked with our insurance company and I would definitely recommend Crisp Roofing.
    - Sandy H.
  • A
    Edward is incredibly quick with communication, his crew is on time no matter what, their work appears to be top notch, and Maksim in general has been the easiest company to work with since I bought my home. I highly recommend these guys for any project you may need from them. I already plan on having them refinish my box gutters and will use them for any other work we need in the future.
    - Morgan B.
  • A
    We were blown away by the professionalism, honesty and quality of work, Advantage Roofing has done for us. From the time Tim Mallory, the owner of the company, came to ***** the job, to the inspection done by Jeff at the end, everything was like clock work ! Advantage Roofing nailed the big three P's : Professionalism, Price and Punctuality. We have never seen a more synchronized team of contractors, working smooth and with ease for the duration of the entire project. It was like we were watching the synchronized swimming event at the Olympics ! Robert, the team coordinator led an A+ team. Thank you Advantage Roofing, Tim, Jeff, Robert and everybody else that contributes to an exemplary run business. And Yes, we are highly recommending this company !!!
  • F

    I live in a 2 story home - no other way to describe it.

    Dale came to clean the gutters (after being a no-show on the first date), I told him I may be busy when he finsihed, but my wife would be available.

    He did the front of the house (and did a nice job on that part) - but he never finished the back of the house!

    Didn't say a word to my wife or me when he left - just left the job unfinished.

    He put pics on Angie's List site - and said he should have put an additional $150 charge for my 3 story house and the pitch.

    When I called him - he gave every excuse possible - it's Angie's List job, not mine - they set the details, you had a lot of roofing debris on your roof (true, but so what).

    Bottom line - they did a half-a** job and an incomplete job.

    No way I'd have these guys on my property again.


    - Rick B.
  • A

      Tom was a very professional Contractor to deal with. He was very skillful in his work assessment and repair. His detailed work will prevent additional cost down the road

    Thank you Angie

    - alan g.
  • A
    It turned out fine. We might actually have them do some more things. I don't think we scheduled the work right away but after we scheduled it they were very accommodating. They came out within about 2 weeks and we didn't spend anything extra. We were gone for a couple months while they came. We had an area on our roof that was covered in ice. We had a new roof and gutters prior to that. Water was coming in and they sealed it. When all the ice gathers between where the roof and the gutters meet, it pushes the shingles up. They caulked it and this year we had no leakage.
    - Gene U.
  • F
    This was one of the most unprofessional companies that I have ever worked with. They tell you one thing and do another. I was very happy with the repairs that were completed on the inside of the house but it was someone they sub-contracted to perform that work. They messed up our dish for direct tv when they were putting the roof on and charged my insurance company for money that WE paid out of pocket to correct the problem. I would call that FRAUD!
    I became aware that companies can pay extra money to be given a certain grade on Angie's list. I would NEVER use this company again or recommend this company to anyone because of everything I went through when trying to get the repairs completed on our house!
    - Tonya D.
  • A
    The gutter replacement was executed very professionally. EMA was responsive from the beginning while quoting the job all the way through even checking up on my satisfaction after install. The day of install, there were not any surprises and the crew did not leave any debris at all. EMA did quality work to repair my home at a fair price. Great value.
    - jim H.
  • F

    A representative from AnyWeather Roofing appeared at our door one day, stating they were canvassing the area, and asked if he could look at our roof as he might be able to get us a new one if there was damage.  We agreed and, of course, he found wind damage significant enough to have a new roof istalled.  He helped us contact our insurance carrier and everything was set.  The roof was installed in a day or two.  Although they walked in our box gutters while installing the roof, we didn't think anything of it as we thought they knew what they were doing.  Thought everything was fine but, a few weeks later, during a thunderstorm, a leak appeared causing water to gush through the top of our doorframe leading to the basement.  Immediately called the rep we had been dealing with and he came over to look at the damage.  He said he would report it to AnyWeather.  He also inspected the side where the leak occurred, said there was a hole in our box gutters that was causing the leak, and attempted to fix it.  However, after we inspected his repair, we had our doubts that the problem was "fixed."  We discussed everything with Jesse from AnyWeather and it was agreed on that we would keep a watch on things and let them know if there were any more leaks.  Well, no further leaks happened; however, as a result of the water that initially leaked through the walls, the paint in the upper bedroom and the kitchen immediately below it formed bubbles.  Jesse was notified, he came and looked at the problem, and sent someone to fix it.  While discussing this with Jesse, I informed him that I not only wanted them to fix the bubble issue, but that they should look behind the walls to make sure the insulation wasn't soaked which would/could cause problems further down the road.  Jesse stated that since their budget had already been exhaused (or was very low due to it being Fall/Winter), he couldn't fund a project like that then but, when they completed the budget for the Spring, he would add enough to cover the cost of completely fixing our problem.  All I had to do was go on the BBB website and give them a favorable rating.  Since by this time it was close to the holidays and I really didn't want the house torn apart, I agreed.  Since that time, additional "bubbles" have appeared on the walls, a crack is now going up an adjoining wall that was not there before, and the kitchen wall is bowed in the spot where the bubbles are.  After several contacts to Jesse (which I initiated), nothing was being handled.  During one conversation, Jesse stated that I had agreed to give them a favorable rating on the BBB web site but had not done so.  I agreed that I had not, but told him I was not satisfied and, until I was, I would not do that. We also discussed the fact that they walked in the box gutters when they installed the roof and I was told they had to do that.  When I told him I had been told there were other ways to work around box gutters, he stated they only thing available was a machine (sounded like a "cherry picker" to me) that the roofers could stand in but it would cost $1,000 or $2,000 a day (not sure exactly what amount he gave me) and I would have had to cover the cost of renting it.  I told him I disagreed with him.  He also said something to the affect that the gutters were in bad shape when they replaced the roof; however, he never mentioned that to me.  I told him if that was the case and he had an issue with it, why didn't he bring it up before they worked on the house.  He had no answer.   Needless to say, I did not hear back from Jesse.  I eventually called the owner of AnyWeather and explained the situation, stating that we had never had these problems before they installed our new roof.  He said he'd look into it and call me back.  When he did call, he brought up the fact that we had had a leak before.  It had been so long ago that that had ocurred, and since it was a minor leak,  I had completely forgotten about it and told him I couldn't remember.  He said he'd check further and get back with me.  That same day, after thinking about it, I realized what he was talking about and called him back.  I got his voice mail so I left a message stating that I remembered what it was he was talking about and to give me a call so we could discuss it further.  To date, I have heard nothing more from Jesse or the owner but, I really don't know what a prior minor leak has to do with the issue at hand.   I will say they sent a crew out around the first of December to re-line the gutter in question with an aluminum asphalt exterior coating which is much better than the original fix.  During my conversation with one of the crew that came, he explained they were heading to Chicago to work and that they were "storm chasers" going where the work was.  This from one of the crew who installed our roof.  I guess that says it all.  In response, all I can say is WOW!!  I didn't know AnyWeather also employed mystery writers.  Their response as to what transpired is so far from the truth I'm still trying to figure out who they are talking about.  All I can say is, if this were in a court of law, I would be willing to take a lie detector test.  Are they???

    - Susan H.
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