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  • Great job in all areas. Jay explained what would be done and had suggestions for up keep. Could not have been more pleased with his work.. Very professional and easy to communication with. Would definitely hire him and the company again.
    - Peg W.
  • I called during the busy season but when we eventually spoke, he was very detailed, he has the interest of his customer at heart, without any deposit they came ns started work. I was chasing him to give him the deposit. Waited for the insurance company to pay the balance. He waa just phenomenal. Thank you again for all your help.
    - Solomon O.
  • HF Roofing Contractors are a great company if your looking to get any roof work or siding done to your home, They replaced my roof and did some siding work also they did a phenomenal job,the workers were very professional,very reasonable prices,I would highly recommend HF Roofing Contractors for all and any roofing or siding services they did an excellent job.
    - Sarah m.
  • There were three projects: windows, siding, and gutters. Consistently, we found the workmen to be courteous and really about their business. They worked diligently and left the worksite spotlessly clean and neat.  There were a few concerns about the sales/office side of things.
    PROJECT 1A - WINDOWS
    The installer came in with a smile, introduction, and reviewed what would happen. He re-measured the windows (?measure twice cut once!?) then went out to get drop cloths. Our concern over not having the 4? space around each window recommended by the office he cheerfully dismissed with: ?We?re small people, it?s fine.? This 2-man team worked steadily and were finished installing 4 windows, framing 8, and repairing 2 window sills within a 9-hour period.
    PROJECT 2 - SIDING
    The crew arrived a little after 8am and set to work removing siding, insulation and the house?s original asbestos-laden shingles. It would?ve been nice to not have cigarette smoke wafting through the construction, there was one smoker. They were able to
    complete installation of insulation and siding on the back and most of the sides on demo day. A smaller crew returned around 9am the next day and were finished by 2pm. It looks great although the homeowner would?ve preferred to have the slats set so there were no line breaks visible across the front of the house. In the next day or two, a few small things were noticed which the
    quality inspector said someone would come out to remedy.
    PROJECTS 1B & 3 - GUTTERS
    A small crew came out to install a new gutter on the back of the house. They were finished probably within an hour. Work crew arrived a little after 9am and, after reviewing what needed to be done, got to work. Since only the front gutter and down spouts needed to be installed, they were finished around 9:45. Sadly, the flowers didn?t survive being covered by the tarp.
    GOOD THINGS
    • Reviewing scope of work before starting
    • Sending a quality inspector out at day?s end to not only check the work done but to address any concerns/complaints 
    • Courteous staff

    NOT SO GOOD THINGS
         
    • HOURS-long initial sales process
    • About 45 minutes after inviting buyer to comparison shop, sales rep was practically having her make a sacred vow that,
    • once she signed the contract (right then, not after having time to comparison shop), she wouldn?t change her mind during the
    • 3-day grace period. (Since she?d already decided to proceed, it was a moot point.) 
    • Quality inspection for Project 1 segued into sales pitch for Project 2
    •        
    • Rather than give time to arrange her own financing, they went with their usual arrangement. Power uses two banks to finance projects meaning two monthly bills for a single project (as it turned out, homeowner was able to get financing at a single institution at a rate 4 percent lower than what PHGR could arrange)
    • Second downspout  installed is, I think, more for cosmetics; it?s a modest-sized house. Now there?s nothing to channel the water
    • away from the neighbor?s driveway or, now I think of it, to keep the newly planted elephant ears from drowning from water deluging their space
    • Homeowner changed her mind about having the front gutter replaced. She called the office and explained that the gutter had just been installed just a few months earlier. On installation day, before work started, I called and spoke with a project manager. He explained that they didn?t put gutters back up once removed because it might void a warranty in place. Since that wasn?t the
    • case for us, I was told that the new soffit and fascia could be ?tucked in? around the gutter. Homeowner talked to onsite project manager; he initially agreed to leaving the gutter in place but later came back to say it would be replaced because that?s what was in the contract. So although they did the install at no cost, homeowner still lost out on the cost of the ~4-month old guttering that was torn down and trashed.
      • Being a researcher by trade, I went to Nolo* (a consumer legal information website) and other sources and learned that it is possible to change the terms of a contract if both parties agree and before work begins. To be sure, I called the Consumer Protection Division of the Maryland Office of the Attorney General. The volunteer there agreed it was possible but stressed that this depends on the language of the contract
      • *Stim, R. Amending an Existing Contract. Nolo.com

    SUMMARY
     This big house upgrade stemmed from concerns about the condition of the house, not to pretty up. The house feels better and I believe the electric bill has come down a bit in the almost 2 months since the windows were installed. With the exception of those few details mentioned earlier, the house looks great and, without the nuisance of having to pay two banks, we?re satisfied.
    - Lucinda or Roxanne C.
  • It went like clockwork. Everything was smooth and orderly. There was a small problem with the roof. David, the roof supervisor, had it fixed.There was a small problem with a window. ?Mr. Materka fixed it. There was a small problem with some fascia. JR. Burger, the field supervisor, had it fixed. Counting these three jobs. I have used Unicorp a total of five times. They have always provided top quality products and service. Mr. Marterka and Hose have replaced 43 windows on my house since 2009. He and his partner know their stuff, and now I can say the same for the roof and gutter workers. In closing, I would like to say that Unicorp is an outstanding company, and I would highly recommend them. They also have some outstanding office workers - including the management team.
    - RONALD & JANICE L.
  • They did an excellent and efficient job! They did everything in about 6-8 hours. Barrett Day was my contact person - every time I called, he always answered and gave me a complete understanding of what was going on. He was very honest and likeable. The worked they did turned out great.
    - Sonya L.
  • The owner came over and took pictures of work that needed to be done.  He sent the photos to me via email and gave me his price to do the work.  We then agreed on a date to have the work done.  The work that was mentioned above was completed and I received an email with photos (before and after) of all work completed.  When done he emailed  me the bill.  It was not necessary for me to be home at the time.
    - ADRIENNE J.
  • The contractor was here on time.  He let me choose the best color caulk to apply to my siding. Went over some of the issues with my siding, windows, and soffit.  I asked for an estimate to either replace or fix the issues identified during the inspection.  The contractor also re-caulked a side panel that was loose.
    - Natenna D.
  • They were very punctual. It took a little longer to complete because there was a lot more rotted wood than they expected. They got it done though and they did it in a reasonable time. I liked their professionalism. They took the measurements and told me exactly what they could do for me. I am very pleased with the work they have done.
    - Flora B.
  • They did a great job. They are not cheap, but they do a great job. You definitely get what you pay for. We had a couple issues and they were extremely prompt about getting back with us and fixing our issues. I would definitely use this company again in the future.
    - MARK S.
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