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Roofing reviews in Shawnee

  • A
    Excellent, So helpful in every way. Professional and offered some wonderful references for some of my other needs. They do such a good job I feel confident their referrals would be quality companies I have already contacted the granite company they referred. Thank you, Beverly Childers
    - Beverly C.
  • C
    He quoted me $900 then his price went up to $1200, so I was angry about that. The gutters overflow! He says to me, "I guarantee everything." He's been out to fix it once and charged me $90. He said he was giving me a good deal. He still hasn't fixed the problem.
    - Francesca H.
  • A
    Extreme Roofing worked around my schedule for the job, his crew did a excellent job on the complete re-deck and shingle. I was impressed on the care given to all the surrounding, and the little things such as covering the A/C unit to protect from nails and debris. Clean up of the yard and surrounding area looks better than when they arrived. Very impressed when it came time to pay for the job, price came in a little below what the actual signed contract was.. Thanks Chris and crew
    - Keith H.
  • A
    Cash(owner) was very attentive and responsive to concerns made more than reasonable efforts to protect plants around the house was very patient when it came time to select shingle/gutter colors came after all roof and gutter work was done to perform additional clean up We have some outstanding ceiling repair inside the house that is pending after the first of the year-I expect that he will manage his sub-contractor with the same degree of professionalism
    - Ronald S.
  • F
    He is under investigation for contractor fraud. He came to many homes and my mother got hit the worst. He showed up after the tornado. We asked for licenses and bonds. All of the honest contractors had gone to Moore, Oklahoma. He showed up and five of us signed up with him. He used their name and then broke from them. He used his middle name. He picked people up off the street. We had the worse workers. They barely worked and he got all of her money. She had a build up for handicap access ramp and enlarged the kitchen and make her a bathroom. He took all of the insurance money and $15,000 from her. He didn't pay the subs. He charged double for everything. He also has all of her worldly goods, he has all of her stuff and won't give it back. He packed her out and put everything in a warehouse and they were sleeping there. He wants to charge her for her to get her stuff back. The sheriff told him to return it or he was going to get charged with Grand Larceny. He finally returned the stuff and it came back in horrible condition. There are three diamond rings missing, and all of the power tools. It's a terrible mess. He had to replace the roof three times. The inspector came out. She is out of money and the insurance company wouldn't pay anymore. We are now at a relatives house. Another company is fixing everything. She is just now able to get in. Other people that had hired him started firing him when they saw the bad work. He was supposed to show up to court and didn't show up. He charged a lot and he doesn't have a license anymore. He is doing this all over the country. His phone doesn't work anymore. His name is Carl Gene Boyd. Everything he did in Oklahoma was under Gene Boyd.
    - Sally G.
  • A
    I asked for a quote to replace a roof on a house that I was selling. Extreme Roofing was quickest to respond to my request for a quote and the most reasonably priced without cutting any corners. Everything needed to be done was included in the quote. I was confident enough that I planned to use this company. The prospective buyer of the house reworked the contract and hired her own roofer. When I need another roof, I will definitely call Extreme Roofing.
    - Rodney C.
  • A
    The crew from Extreme Roofing were awesome.  We had gotten bids from other roofing contractors, but Cody Manion was the most reasonable, the most professional, and certainly the most prompt by far.  He did exactly what he said they would do, and more.  They showed up exactly on time in the morning, carefully placed the debris trailer where it would be within reach but not harming any of my plants, and then they went to work.  I could not believe the SPEED with which they had the job done.  This roof was about 2400 sq ft total, so it was not what I'd call a small job.  It also had assorted peaks and gulleys to deal with. We had expected the job to take at least two days, and possibly 3, but they had the entire thing finished and cleaned up by the end of the first day.  It took nearly 12 hours from start to finish, but it was done in one day.  We were amazed.  Not only that, but one of the crew ran a magnetic rake over the yard to pick up any stray nails that might have fallen, so we wouldn't step on them. Roofing is a dirty job and I fully expected to have to deal with debris after they were finished, but there simply was none  to deal with.  They cleaned up every bit of debris before they left.  Other than a beautiful new roof, there was no sign they had even been here.  I have dealt with building contractors for years, and I have family members in construction.  It's for me to imagine a group of workmen who could be any more polite, courteous, or professional than the guys from Extreme Roofing Solutions.   We would happily recommend Cody and his crew to anyone who needs a new roof.
    - Pat S.
  • A
    Every aspect of doing business with this firm
    was positive.  The bid was punctual and it was detailed, thorough and easy
    to understand.  The work was scheduled promptly.  There were some
    delays due to bad weather, however, the company was in frequent contact through
    emails and phone calls the entire time, keeping us informed of their progress.
     Even with bad weather interference, the work was completed within a
    reasonable period of time.  When the job was done, there was no evidence on
    the ground that they had ever been there, except for the beautiful new roof.
    One incident stands out in my mind that
    illustrates this company's professionalism and commitment to customer
    satisfaction.  After we signed the contract but before Javernick could
    begin the actual job, a rain event created a small leak in the roof which was
    dripping into one of the apartments.  They identified the problem area and
    fixed the leak, at no charge to us.  We greatly appreciated this because
    it reduced the interior damage and kept a tenant happy.
    The cost was more than we had hoped for initially,
    but I believe that the job was fairly priced, based on the quality of the
    work done by this company.
    - Floy P.
  • F
    I called a second time and was told she was driving and she would call me back at the number I called her on.  No call back.  Third time my name, number and address were taken and no one showed up or contacted me.  I will not call back.
    - Dustin F.
  • F
    This was supposed to be a repair job to fix structural damage caused by the May tornadoes.   It was a complex problem, with several issues to be addressed. Replacing the roof was the most important, to avoid further damage from leaks.  We also had leaking windows to be replaced,  carpet to be taken up and the sub-floor leveled and flooring replaced, sections of the ceiling sheetrock to be replaced where it was water damaged, and new kitchen cabinets and counter-top to replace the ones that were twisted out of shape in the storm.  After finally resolving all the insurance paperwork, we had tried for weeks and weeks to find a contractor, but there was so much widespread damage in the OKC/Shawnee area that the general contractors were all booked far in advance.  My daughter found ads posted by Mr Mounce on the local swap shop internet sites and on Facebook.  He claimed to be able to do all phases of building and repair, and showed photos of what is supposed to be past work.  Even though he is based in Barnsdall, outside of Tulsa, he said he works all over the state.  My daughter made an appointment for him to drive down to look over the job and give us an estimate.  He did keep the appointment on time and said the distance was not a problem.   I had taken the advance precaution of running a web search on him to look for negative reports and found nothing at all.
    When I met Mr Mounce, he seemed very knowledgeable about construction and he quoted a very reasonable price for the work.  He understood that it was an insurance job and that it was crucial to get the roof repaired as soon as possible, before bad weather set in and we had even more damage.  He also understood that we have very limited funds to work with and that I'm quite obviously a senior citizen with health issues.  The carpet needed to be taken up and the floor repaired while I was out of the house. He promised to get right on it; no problem.  I do understand construction and I asked him some very pointed questions, but his answers were always right.  What I unfortunately did NOT ask him was to see proof of a contractor's license, his insurance, or his driver's license to prove that he is who he says he is.  It is not something that I tend to think of, and in this case I should have done so.  Although it had nothing to do with my job, he made a point of telling me that he's a minister and a good Christian, and spoke at some length about his religion.  The vehicle he drove was old and ratty, and all of those things should have set off alarm bells in my head, but I just wanted to get the work done and I was not paying as much attention as I should have done.
    During the same initial visit, when I had decided to let him do the work and he had written up a bid for the job, he told me that there was currently a good sale on the metal roofing we needed, but that it ended that same day, so it would have to be ordered immediately. He made a phone call to supposedly confirm the price and availability but needed a deposit on the materials, so I wrote him a check for $4,250.  What a mistake that was!  He understood that we would be out of town for 2 weeks and that we would have a friend staying at the house to care for our animals and oversee the work because we'd be completely out of touch. A few days later we went over the plan of work to add some items to the original bid. He gave me a final bid, but said he needed MORE money for materials.  I was stupid enough to write him yet another check, this time for $6,000. The work was scheduled and I expected to return to find a substantial portion of it finished, or well under way at the very least.  What happened was absolutely nothing.  Our friend contacted him several times to set up appointments and waited for someone to arrive, but no-one ever showed up.  He had one excuse after another, claiming that he thought his crew was at work here, blaming it on his "foreman" and other things.  None of those things were true, since no building materials were ever delivered to our property and no-one at all came to look at the job.
    When we returned from our trip and learned the whole situation, I called him and told him I wanted to see him immediately to resolve it.  He apologized and made an appointment for the following day, and then called to cancel it with yet another excuse.  It was now a month after I had given him advance money for the job and there was absolutely zero to show for it.  I finally told him not to even bother saying he would be here to meet with me.  I would hire another contractor and I wanted my money back.  Once again he was full of excuses.  He needed to be sure he could cancel the materials order (which was apparently never placed) and he was working hard to get caught up.  More time went by with no sign of my money being returned.  During the past 2 weeks we have learned that he has 4 different pages on Facebook.  Billy Mounce, Bil (with one L) Mounce, William Frank, and Dayspring Services. When I contacted my bank, I learned that his girlfriend, Erin Murphy, was the one who cashed my checks.  Neither Billy Mounce's name nor any reference to Dayspring Services is in the endorsement.
    I contacted the Pottawatomie Co. Sheriff's Office to see about filing a fraud report on him and was told it's embezzlement.  Still I stalled on it and told him I do not want to file charges against him.  I just want my money back.  More excuses for why it's being delayed.  He promised that it would be returned this week, but of course he had another excuse for why that has not happened. On Monday I have to call the deputy back and file the paperwork with the D.A.'s office.  He keeps offering apologies, claiming that this is not a scam and that he's an honest man.  If so, all he has to do is give me my money back. I frankly doubt that I'll ever see that $10,000 again, even if it goes to court and I get a judgement against him.  I think he has spent the money and it's gone.  Now he is sending messages to tell me that he has contacted his lawyer to see about filing a defamation of character suit against us if we tell any of his customers what has happened or mention it on Facebook.  Live and learn!  It makes me feel very old, and unbelievably gullible, not to mention that we're now into winter with its freezing rain and the house still has not been repaired.
    - Pat S.
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