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  • A
    HKC Roofing & Construction
    We have hired HKC twice in the last couple of years.  We met Ed Stinson at the Cincinnati Home Show at just the right time - we needed a new roof on our house.  Ed explained all the options and provided enough info for us to feel like we were making an informed decision about the best roofing system for our home.  Price was fair, installation was excellent, and the house looks better than ever!  
    More recently, we had a tree fall against the side of the house and damage the siding.  Again, Ed came through with great service.  The color match, installation, and quality of work were excellent, done in a timely manner, and the price was fair (right on track with our insurance estimate - how often can you say that??).
    It sounds funny, but I hope I don't need to call these guys again anytime soon, but if the need arises, I will definitely call HKC.  We hope you do as well!
    - Ron F.
  • D
    Integrity 1st Roofing
    Roofing materials delivered about 8/21 and I called to see when the job was scheduled as I had not heard from them. I was advised it was scheduled for 8/22 or 8/25 depending on another job completion and weather. Roof was removed and installed on 8/26.Work began about 10am and was quite noisy and a mess. Lots of nails in the yard after cleanup. I have two large dogs and was concerned that they may step on these nails and went through the yard several times collecting nails. While talking to the job foreman, a container of shingles fell off the porch roof and landed on a wooden ramp, breaking it in two. He said, " That's not suppose to happen." It was a good thing no one was standing there as this could have caused an injury. There were about 8 men working on the roof, but only one could speak English. Latino music blared from the boom box all day.
     I assumed the gutters, etc would follow shortly. The gutters and some of the other materials were delivered Sept 3, so I asked the young man when it was scheduled to begin but he did not know. I called Integrity for schedule, and was advised either 9/4 or 5th or 6th depending on weather and another job's completion. Work on removing soffit, siding, fascia, etc. began 9/6.
    BEWARE OF SUBS......
     A young man mostly worked by himself and said he liked to do things slowly, quality not quantity. I was concerned as I had a paver patio with stairs and retaining wall scheduled and this job needed to be completed now. When I signed the contract I told them exactly what I was doing and the schedule of completion. My landscape contractor was delivering materials in an area that was not finished and both contractors could not be in the same location.
    We also collect our rain water into a cistern and the gutters needed to be removed/installed. I spoke to the sub on this schedule and he said he was not able to get workers to help him. It is very challenging to do this work by yourself. I called Integrity several times to try get this completed job promptly, and they assigned their crew to complete the job. On 9/16 it was mostly completed.  Roof was inspected by the county on 9/23 and gave full payment on 9/26.
    Called them again as one downspout is leaking and the other is dripping and making noise. This is being looked into.
    Not a happy camper.
    - Diane M.
  • F
    Viox Windows & Remodeling

    I had this company do some remodeling at my home and it was a big mistake! I now have uneven floors that squeak, gutters that leak from behind rather than drain out the spouts, my shingles are collapsing at both ends of the house due to lack of support, ETC! Some of the flooring in my closet was never even put down(I guess they thought I wouldn't notice)! When I pointed these issues out to the company personnel they said they would be back to fix it and then never came back! I took time off work to be at home on the days they said they would be back to fix the issues and nothing not even a phone call! They just up and vanished didn't hear from them for months until one day they called demanding money! They even went as far as sending me a bill with fraudulent charges for items that were never used at my home and when I pointed it out to the owner he told me that I was right the bills was wrong and that he missed some additional charges and now the bill will be more than he originally thought! This company does shady work at best and is not very honest! They are offering services beyond their expertise at the cost of the home owner! I would NOT recommend this company to anybody they will not finish what they start then they will try to bully their way into your check book by threats and harassing phone calls!
    I've filled a complaint with the Better Business Bureau and so far they have admitted to the fraudulent charges on my bill and to being a no show no call multiple times!
    To be continued..........................................
    - Mark I.
  • D
    Deer Park Roofing Inc
    I need to prefice my vinyl siding experience with Deer Park Roofing by explaining this Company had just completed a total roof replacement on the same house prior to my signing a contract for the siding job. I was very impressed with the roofing foreman's knowledge and skill in determining and communicating to me the integrity of the ventilation, roofing & flashing needs and products, as well as, in directing the roofing crew to produce a quality job. There were several specialty items, one of which Deer Park Roofing custom made a copper roof to wall vent to allow for extra ventelation of a lower pitch, southern exposure roof area. I was very pleased with the knowledge, quality and service of the roofing job and it went off without a hitch. Subsequently, I hired Deer Park Roofing put vinyl siding on "This Old House" that I own. Once the job got started, it didn't take long to realize this roofing company did not have the caliber of knowledge, experience, and competancy in siding as they did in roofing. I suppose that is why the Company is called "Deer Park Roofing". The salesman/foreman told me they were expanding the business into siding, and I was given assurance of the same quality if I chose them for the siding job. I was told, "We really want this job." So I signed the siding contract and was asked by the roofing & siding sales man/foreman to get my siding bid faxed in by June 30th so he would get credit for the sale in June. I did, but the work did not commence until 4 months later in October. I waited all summer for a start date and finally had to call to get one. Overall, my experience was extremely frustrating. It was one in which I had to spend excessive time (taking time off work) convincing (almost argueing with) the foreman to pay attention to the details of a quality look, which I assumed would be standard operating practice for laying siding. I was often told a sloppy application "was fine". Only when I did not accept it as "fine", and after much debate, would corrections be made. I found I had to check the quality and perspective of the work and phone the foreman in order to have the workers make corrections (e.g, crooked lines in trimming around the dryer vent, hot-tub circuit box, and along the ceiling of the porch). The workers sped through the project at lightning speed, and I questioned the experience of the young workers. After wall lantern lights on the porch were detached to lay the siding behind them and then re-attached, I was without lighting to the inside stairway going to the 2nd floor of my home for 2 nights because wires were crossed when the porch lantern lights were re-attached. A sensor flood light at the front porch, and a dryer vent were broken while laying the siding and had to be replaced. An unsightly gap in one roof pitch line where the wall met the slanting pitch of the roof, had to be pointed out, debated with the foreman who said "it was fine", and finally corrected so that it was consistent with other pitch lines (that had no gap). A particularly long debate occurred over wrapping or "picture framing" 5 windows at the front of the house with siding rather than with aluminum coil stock. Deer Park Roofing foreman and "lead worker" said, "It looks fine", when a horizontal strip of aluminum coil stock was layed above the windows and extended along the entire length of wall space just under the frieze board in lieu of laying siding material. If siding had been layed above those windows, it would have looked "picture framed" and consistent with the rest of the windows that had been framed with siding above them. For some reason, however, smooth aluminum coil stock was layed above these 5 windows. The look was an eyesore and inconsistent with the rest of the house. Not only was I told "It looks fine.", but I was also told they've done this application in many houses. So I began to do drive-bys in many neighborhoods to check this out and could not find a single house that did not have siding above a window. Ultimately, in order to convince the lead crewman & foreman to understand what I wanted, I had to climb up on the front porch roof with the crewman while the foreman stood below, and give a presentation pointing to where I wanted the aluminum coil stock replaced with siding above the windows. An exhausting 30 minutes later they said "Oh! you want the windows wrapped!" By the end of the day, the windows were completely wrapped with siding. Because my house is a circa 1860 farm house, there are important architural designs that needed to be considered & preserved. For example gable vents and "bird boxes" near the eaves. I was persuaded to cover up the existing gable vents b/c they weren't needed in the presence of adequate ventilation through the the soffit vents (a carryover of the roofing job). I understood the rationale, but still wanted to maintain the vintage look of gable vents. This was discouraged as unnecessary so the gable vents were covered with siding. Later, after encouragement from neighbors and friends, the foreman was contacted by me and facade gable vents were installed at a significant additional cost to me. I experienced from this contractor a lack of perspective of preserving the historical look of the house. A similar lack of perspective occurred when the vintage "bird boxes" attached near the eaves were covered in smooth aluminum coil stock, which looked great, except for some reason the bottom plane of each box was covered with soffit material. Again, "It looks fine." Eventually, the soffit material was removed and the box was encased in the smooth aluminum material on all sides and has the look of an original vintage bird box. I chose a 4.5 inch Dutch Lap siding pattern. Each piece of siding is 18 inches high and contains 4 stacked levels of the 4.5 inch Dutch Lap pattern. I have a 6-sided floor to ceiling bay window. Because of the angles created by each window of the hexagon, 6 pannels of siding (8 inches high x 33 inches long) needed to be cut and framed with J-channel under the spaces below each window. All of the initial panels cut and layed for this application were not identical (i.e., some had the Dutch Lap groove 3" from the top and others 2" or 4" from the top,etc.), which looked conspicuously haphazard. When this was pointed out I was told "It looks fine." Once the foreman was convinced it did not, I picked the cut I liked best and asked for all the panels to look the same as the one I liked. The foreman then attempted to talk me into the one he thought should be there. Ultimately, the panels layed were of the pattern I liked. A buckled strip of siding ran above the front entry door between the porch ceiling and the door. Several friends commented on this. It took much convincing and 3 re-do's to achieve a non-buckled application. A ding in one piece of siding that was replaced was the only correction that did not require debate. "We just want to make you happy!" was also a phrase I heard through out the job. Yet my experience was that in order to be happy I needed to check over every inch of the project and point out, debate, and convince that a correction needed to occur. On the roofing job I automatically received a 5 year Workmanship Warranty. On the siding job I was told this wasn't given. After many requests and finally contacting upper management, I received a 5 year Workmanship Warranty for the siding. The experience of siding my house with Deer Park Roofing was one of the most time consuming, frustrating, contentious contractor experiences I have had, and I have been engaged in 3 total house rehabs as a landlord and 1 new house build. In my opinion, Deer Park Roofing should stay with what they know which is the roofing business.
    - Marie K.
  • A
    Dargis Carpentry
    Kevin was a very hard worker ,  Very impressed with his work.
    - SHEILA F.
  • A
    The Roof Doctor

    There when they said they would be there, very professional people. got job done in a timely manor. Would recommend them to anyone.

    - florabel c.
  • B
    BIC Exterior Designs
    It was fine. We haven't had any rain in a while so it's hard to tell if the siding he repaired was fixed or not. But my experience was great and the guy seems confident.
    - Peter R.
  • B
    Integrity 1st Roofing
    We've used them in the past and they were great.
    - Peter R.
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