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  • D
    St Louis Skylights
    The estimate was performed on 5/28/20 with a 3-4 week timeframe to completion. I would be upgrading a 12" to a 14" and a 16" to a 22". I was called the next day letting me know the order had been placed. At the four week mark, I called and was told the materials still had not arrived. At the 8 week mark, I was called and we scheduled installation only to be rained out. I was told someone would call later that day to re-schedule. Three days later, I called to ask why no one had call to reschedule and was given a date for service. On the morning of the scheduled service, I was called and told they wouldn't be here by the 8:00 am time give, but would be here by 1:00 pm. At 3:00 pm, I called the office and told them I was tired of the run-around. The installers finally arrived at 6:30 pm and worked until nearly 10:45 pm. They were great. I was only given a $100 discount for the incompetence of the scheduler/leadership of the company. The only reason I didn't give them a "F" is because of the work during installation. It was the only good part of the entire process.
    - Timothy G.
  • A
    WCC Roofing Co.
    Their initial estimate was higher than we expected, and we ended up waiting to get the work done. When we decided to get the work done, we called the company back. The initial estimate had expired since so much time had gone by, and the price for the second estimate was higher than the first. We did not end up using them, but they were great throughout the estimate process.  They came out and did what they said they were going to do.
    - Debbie C.
  • A
    Pittman Roofing
    Your roof (the forgotten asset): what it can contribute to your remodel and EVERYDAY LIFE! This is my second review for Mike Pittman, his staff, quality products and their service. They get an “A” Rating for all the “normal reasons” BUT, this review doesn’t address those typical issues; this review and “A” rating goes beyond those points: it’s for “out of the box thinking”, problem solving and forward planning. For readers who want the “short version”: I’m taking the time to write this review because IF ASKED, Mike can do much more than roof repairs and replacement; he can suggest to any homeowner, reasonably priced ways help you use your roof as a remodel asset that you will see benefit from immediately and every day forward. Truthfully, most people only call roofers to get damage repaired or roofs replaced; many times only willing to spend the limited funds that insurance appraisals will cover. We, as homeowners rarely consider a roofer when doing a remodel…or… to address low light or current problem areas inside the house. Mike and his staff can work with homeowners to bring natural light in areas where needed, including (but not limited to) a basement. Yes, I said natural light in a basement! Whether your designing a new home, planning a remodel or even just looking for affordable solutions to remedy dark areas in your current home, consider the assets your roof and a knowledgeable installer can provide. In my experience, Mike and his staff are always up to a challenge and actually enjoy applying creative thinking with current products to accomplish your goal. Recently, I hired him to install three Velux Sun Tunnels. Mike had installed one for us when he replaced our roof about 2.5 years ago. At that time, my husband, didn’t think a 10 inch sun tunnel would provide much light, but when he came home the day Mike installed it, he asked why I hadn’t requested more! My husband was amazed by the amount of light that flooded our interior guest-room shower (it’s in the center of the house without any windows, so the room was always dark). Infact, several months back, we had overnight company that used that bathroom. Before he left, my visiting brother-in-law actually walked up to my husband and apologized for leaving the light on in his bathroom because he couldn’t find the light-switch to turn off the light in the shower! TRUE STORY! So, we decided to add three more sun tunnels: in our walk-in pantry (also an interior room), an interior hallway and over our master-bath shower (which is on the north side of the house). For the record, our master-bath already had two exterior wall windows, but the shower was always dark and seemed dirty; but not now! I can’t believe how the added light makes the shower walls so bright white and the entire area feels fresh and clean! It feels like a spa in there now: we LOVE all the new Velux Sun Tunnels! Most of ours are the smallest 10 inch size, but we put a 14 inch into our bathroom, because we could add a $49 light kit to it as well (not available for the 10 inch size). Back to my original point: These Velux Sun Tunnels can be installed anytime/anywhere. They are extremely reasonable in price, haven’t leaked a drop, and they are a very cost-effective way to gain light in your home where you need it. I honestly can’t believe how a little bit of natural light adds bounce to your morning mood and frankly, value to your home because the natural light gives an immediate impression of being “updated and new”. If you want light in your basement, the highly reflective tubing is small enough that it can be run in the back of a closet, laundry room or even be framed into a small hidden cubby next to a bookcase or existing wall. Another option: I’m even considering adding two more sun tunnels, that would tie into my existing drywall tunnels for our original two large glass skylights in our kitchen. Those drywall ceiling tunnels are angled for skylights that face westbound (afternoon light mainly, so the room is dark all morning). If a sun tunnel was added on the opposite side of the roof pitch and tied into the existing drywall tunnels, my kitchen could benefit from natural light both pitches (both morning and afternoon)! Basically, the “sky is the limit” as far as applications go; provided you have a skilled installer, trained by Velux reps/installers (which Mike was). But remember, you have to find an installer who listens to your issues, then who can pair creative critical thinking skills to quality rated/energy efficient products on the market…so you can get the solution you’re looking for, at a cost-effective price. Mike (and his staff) are good listeners and they care about happy and satisfied clients.
    - ANNE K.
  • A
    Midwest Skylight
    Great! I called on a Monday, we had a quote on Tuesday and our skylight was replaced on Friday. They did a great job, the price was good and they were very responsive. I would highly recommend them.
    - Deanna S.
  • A
    TrueSon Exteriors L.L.C.
    Trueson Exteriors is as advertised "Attention to detail". We will be having them back for additional improvements.
    - Darren M.
  • A
    MINDERMAN CONSTRUCTION LLC
    The crew was awesome. Reliable and punctual. Thought they took a long time to get started, but really I was just a little impatient to get the job done. They did it and did it right the first time!
    - Douglas B.
  • A
    EXCEL METAL ROOFING LLC
    November 2013, we had  a neighbor put a new metal roof on our manufactured home and installed new skylights. Excel totally fixed his major messed up job!! They were a pleasure to work with, fair, courteous, cleaned up after themselves. Biggest regret? Not having them do the job in the first place!!
    - Gina N.
  • A
    GoEcoExteriors.com
    The crew did a great job and really impressed me by the amount of time it was completed. I expected the job to take longer than a day but they did it in just one day. The supervisor was very helpful with all my questions. I will use them again.
    - William B.
  • A
    Aarow Building
    The guys arrived right on time and completed the job just as promised. Very qualified and courteous workers. Just a perfect experience. Will be calling them again with any future work requirements.
    - Liz J.
  • A
    Pittman Roofing
    Project went extremely well!!   It was a large hail damage job (70 sq roof alone), in a rural area, and took approximately 5 weeks to finish 98% of the job. Then, as backordered parts arrived, the owner, Mike Pittman, called or emailed to clear a time to come out and either he or 1-2 of the crew came back to finish the remaining details. I was onsite (but out of the way) everyday, in case anyone had specific questions as work progressed, or needed anything.  The crew size varied anywhere from 2-7 (depending on what work was being done that day).  Jim, the roofing foreman, was very knowledgable and had a "good eye" for straight lines and overseeing his crew's work.  You could tell this crew had worked together for some time.  At the end of each roofing day, Jim always walked around the house, picking up all trash, nails (both manually and with magnet rollers).  I was very impressed with his oversight and personal attention!  The roofing crew did a very beautiful job: no nails showing (and I have personally been up on our roof several times looking around).  They installed with straight lines (and our roof is more than a 100 feet long w/o turns/interruptions...not easy to keep straight)..and they did a small but attractive detail: they carried the shingle edges about 3/4 inch over the wood frame edge on the gable ends...a very nice clean detail!   Every single crew member was very polite, respectful of property, bushes, parking arrangements, trash, even stacking items into piles before leaving every afternoon.  When my husband and I designed this house, I was the "general contractor" for the entire process; here everyday and oversaw all work, questions and changes.  I have experience with contractors and I admit, I am impressed with Mike Pittman and his entire crew.  I have a very discerning eye when it comes to straight lines (the guys were amazed how I could notice even minor crooked/uneven lines  from the ground).  If there was something I wanted adjusted, I only had to ask and they did without complaint. Frankly, I learned a few new things too: such as how poorly installed my dormer windows were originally.  I was so very impressed with both Tyler and Travis' complete attention to detail, making sure to multi layer seal around windows as well as wall seams where dormer wall to roof floor meets.  And on fascia metal: they even bent the corners into a cleanly finished ends. Attention was paid to all the details. Mike Pittman's motto:  "He wants his customers happy (because happy customers come back and they refer to their friends.)"...and he puts his actions behind those words!  He is a hard working young businessman with many years of roofing experience.  He is trying to expand his business into storm damage repair; offering multiple kinds of repairs, not just roofing...which makes it easier on his clients (and frankly easier when dealing with insurance and banking paperwork too). Mike does/can work with your insurance if you wish; I however, handled it myself.  1.   He hires very experienced staff (talking to the guys, I was amazed by the wide range of experience these guys had).  I knew I was in good hands; and they could work through any kind of a problem, should one arise. 2.   He possesses a "rare quality" in most contractors: Mike both LISTENS to what his client says/wants/needs AND he can EXPLAIN how the process works (in simple terms), which might put older people or worried clients "at ease". I value this personal trait most, because you, as a client, knows what to expect, and if there is a problem, he comes and talks out options with you. 3.   He's reliable, honest and upfront and I found I could trust he would do what he said he would: he honored his committments...and if for some reason, he couldn't make an appointment, he called or emailed. 4.   Long term: I feel confident, that should I have any problems down the road, I will not have any problem getting him back on site.  He (and his staff) takes great pride in their work and finished product.  Everyday, as they were finishing up, I took out drinks and we talked a bit before they left.  I personally noticed that every single one of them looked back up at their work, as we talked, looking to see if they missed anything  (basically, assessing their work from a distance).  That's reassuring these days. Bank inspector's remarks:  My inspector was here for a little over an hour, looking over the entire site.  We then talked about specific details on the job and how things were done.  She admitted before leaving that she knew when she started down our driveway that it was a "quality job" and it was verified as she inspected the job. Moreover, she told me that she very impressed that I was so happy with the outcome and that it was obvious to her that we (Mike Pittman and I) established a good working relationship, because my attitude gave her the impression that the ordeal went smoothly (which it did).  Also, when I called the bank, to get a copy of the inspection report, even the person I spoke with was somewhat surprised to see that the report came back 100% completed; which apparently is unusual for the first inspection done.  No job can go 100% perfect (we life in the real world).  The ONLY "con" I can think of to list; (which Mike corrected with a "pro")...was being a little late on ordering supplies (specifically siding).  Missouri had ALLOT of hail damage this year, so ALL roofers were swamped all summer.  I'm sure that was the case with Mike's schedule before arriving on our job site; and most likely the reason siding supplies weren't ordered a little sooner.  Unfortunately, when he was ordering the siding, several days before they were to arrive onsite, he found that our siding had been discontinued.  Mike called me as soon as he knew, and we both started calling suppliers and checking warehouses for the small amount I needed.  We felt we found an acceptable match, but it happened to be a shade of white not normally stocked locally, so it had to be shipped from out of state and took time to arrive in the area.  I don't profess to understand ordering routines, but had we known even a week sooner, it likely could have shaved 2-3 days off the overall length of time on the site.  This was not a problem for me, I only mention it because unexpected delays can happen.  Mike handled it very professionally;  he even called around to find a sample, then drove out of his way (into IL) to pick up a sample piece of the siding he found, then drove to our house which is half way through the state of Missouri...JUST so I could look at and approve the color, texture and size of the design, before he ordered what we needed. Obviously, he went out of his way to make sure that we would get an acceptable replacement.  How many other contractors would give almost a day's time to making sure the client was happy with the replacement?  This "ordering a little late" was the ONLY issue I can think of to mention, and it was very minor!  He apologized for not finding out the siding had been discontinued sooner, then he went out of his way to correct it and make sure I was happy and we wouldn't have any further delays due to poor product match.  (A+ in handling, quick thinking and effort). Overall, Mike and his entire crew did their very best to make the repairs easy on me, our property, while keeping me happy during the process and making sure that the job they were hired to do was done to my satisfaction. I would/will hire them again, NO DOUBT!!  This probably sounds silly, but after five weeks of working, I was a little sad to see them go.  They are truly good hearted young men who do quality work.
    - ANNE K.
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