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    Mid Valley Chimney Repair & Sweep
    Matt and his team did an outstanding job at rebuilding our 2 very large chimneys. It was a complete tear down to the roof line. He was able to match the brick perfectly and added the type of cap we wanted. His team was punctual, friendly and easy to work with. He is the only contractor I have had that kept me abreast of potential weather delays. You always knew a day ahead if his team was going to show up or not. During some rain delays I hired Mid-Valley to do some interior brick work, which they readily accommodated and at an extremely fair price. Mid-Valley's work was so good and below what I estimated (based on previous estimates), I purchased from Mid-Valley, and had them install, a wood burning insert. You can't go wrong with Mid-Valley for any masonry work. I will have them back when we progress to other brick, stone or block projects.
    - Alan D.
  • A
    ARCO - Affordable Roofing & Chimney Options
    I ended up spending $1400 with them because there was a problem with the house that we bought for our daughter to move in. They did the chimney sweep but there was a big problem with the house. It was not their fault. Even the walls were black in there. We bought a house so that our daughter, son in law and three kids could live there. Another company did some repairs for us. It was not done correctly the first time. But they redid it again at no charge as they should. There was a lot of problems with the chimney. The previous only heated the house with wood. It smelt like a campground in there. The smoke was not going up the chimney correctly. That is why the walls were all black and everything on the inside. Even the dryer was black and the inside of refrigerator and freezer. It was bad. We repaired it but they don't burn, we don't burn firewood in there. We repaired it so that it was safe and not cracked and had it capped. They did a good job. They were really booked up. They could have tried to get out of it but they came back and redid it for us. I did not get a competitive price. They came out to do the sweep and then they gave us an estimate. They were there and we needed it done.
    - Lynette S.
  • D
    Chimney Works Inc
    They had to come back many times.  They made a lot of promises but didn't keep any of them.  I'm not 100% confident that is will work.  I'm concerned about the inside of the chimney.  It was very frustrating ordeal.
    - GEORGE D.
  • B
    Don Snider Roofing, Insulation, Siding, & Gutters
    First I want to say that a lot of research went into the roofer selection process (I had 6 bids).  My main criteria was length of time in business in the local area, the quality and detail of the written proposal, the apparent knowledge of the company representative/owner, and price/value equation.  My main concerns were: 1) that the new roof would not leak (duh, but you'd be surprised at the stories I read about during my research), and 2) the roofer would cover the material and labor cost if the roof leaked within the warrantied period, 3) the new roof would have the vibrant color. high contrast, 3D appearance of upscale contemporary homes.  Don delivered on #1.  The roof has not leaked after several rain showers and severe thunderstorms. Don also provided a 7 year warranty on labor, which combined with the material manufacturers warranty, would cover #2.  The real problem was with #3.  After I told Don that I wanted vibrant, high contrast dimensional shingles like some of my neighbors, he did not recommend that I upgrade from Owens Corning Oakridge, to the bolder colored, higher contrast Duration or True Definition shingle.  i think a professional roofer should be aware of this difference and make the appropriate recommendation.  Of the 2 other roofers that recommended Owens Corning shingles, one recommended the Duration shingle, and the other one recommended the Oakridge.  I thought I was getting the right shingle based on 2 out of 3 roofers recommending Oakridge.  Another problem was reuse of the old counter flashing (which is standard for Don unless told otherwise), and the arbitrary painting of the flashing a glossy black color, which did not match anything on the house except the 2 valleys. The counter flashing looked absolutely terrible.  To my wife and I, It looked much worse than it looked on the old roof.  In our opinion, no reputable roofer would have left a job in that condition.   The terrible appearance was probably due to a combination of the poor paint job, and the damage to the flashing during removal and reattachment.  Finally, the edges of shingles that had to be custom trimmed to fit the roof contour looked ragged and unfinished.  If we had not complained, they may have left the job in that condition.  After contemplating a couple of options, we decided to replace all of the old flashing with new flashing that closely matched the color of the shingles, and to use colored caulking that matched the flashing color.  The raggedly trimmed shingles were also replaced.  After these problems were fixed I was generally satisfied with the roof, although it did not pop like I wanted.  I also recently noticed that 2 metal strips were connected together to seal the valley on the side of the roof opposite the garage (the side that I don't see unless I go out of my way to see the whole house from the street rather than just pull into my driveway), I don't like the seam that is visible between the 2 connecting strips.  The valley on the garage side is sealed with a longer single strip which is a much cleaner look.   I'll contact Don to see how this can be resolved.  Bottom line, if you are picky, want a high-end, designer roof, don't have time to become a roofing expert (takes years by the way), and price is no object, go with a reputable roofer that recommends replacing EVERYTHING with the BEST material.  That's not what Don is about.  However, if you know EXACTLY what you want or meets your needs, then I believe Don can build your designer roof and maybe save you a little money.  If you want a basic, no frills roof at a decent price, and are not too picky, Don is the roofer for you.
    - Marcus E.
  • A
    ARCO - Affordable Roofing & Chimney Options
    It went very well.  Showed up on time, explained everything they were going to do in great detail, including taking photos on his iPhone and showing me what he found and what needed to be repaired.  No pressure to make repairs, but all options were explained along with pricing for each.  Very clean and tidy job, nothing left for us to clean up when they departed.  They even removed and disposed of our old fireplace insert that we no longer wanted.
    - THOMAS S.
  • A
    Bruce D Ryan's Masonry Construction
    This is perhaps one of the most professional companies I have encountered. Mr. Ryan came out to do the estimate promptly. He brought us a brochure explaining the repair process along with copies of his credentials. By day two, we already had a sample of the brick he would use which was difficult to match because it is pinkish and forty years old. The next week Mr.Ryan began working on our chimney. He worked with his crew every step of the way and we watched him work. He is meticulous in his work. He is a skilled master craftsman. Mr. Ryan and his crew straightened and repaired our chimney and it looks brand new. We are very impressed with Mr. Ryan's work and the pride he takes in it. We know that if he had encountered any problems, he would have been able to fix them. Ours is the sixth chimney repaired by Bruce Ryan's Masonry on our cul-de-sac. We highly recommend this company!
    - Kathleen G.
  • A
    Ray St Clair Roofing
    - Robert H.
  • A
    ASAP Critter People
    I was very pleased with this company.  It is a family run business and they were great to work with.  Very prompt, courteous, answered all my questions, price reasonable and made helpful recommendations.  They got the job done and in a timely manner.
    - Rebecca M.
  • A
    Roof Doctor Gutters & Siding
    Short story is: They give you a quote and stick by it. Work ethic is impressive!! They give their word and do their best to keep it with no excuses.These are honorable people who strive to put the client first, do a quality job, and stand behind their work. You want to hire these guys!!!! They will take care of you and your family and are truly Craftsmen at what they do.. You can trust they will keep their promises and a handshake is a bond with them. You don't see that anymore...But these folks work hard to keep their integrity,word, and quality work with old fashioned morality and ethics!!! Trust me when I say, "Ask for Dan" to fix your house.. It will get done Right!!!
    - Darrell B.
  • A
    All Seasons Chimney Service, LLC
    He gave us three different options of ways to repair it. We?ve never had anything done to our chimney so was wanted him to look at it to make sure that there isn?t any damage at the cap and to give us an overall idea of the condition of the chimney. He was very helpful and friendly and he was right on time. He was knowledgeable and taught us how to use the gas fireplace that we?ve never used. He didn't want to come out unless he had another appointment in the area.
    - Jessica S.
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