This is the contractor who did our roof. He is very charismatic. He was flexible and met our needs. Free estimates. They started the work 12 hours after we signed the contract. 50% up front, and it took from 10am Tuesday to 11am Wednesday to finish everything.
Post inspection found the site to be about 95% clean. From an engineering standpoint, the work was excellent. From a quality standpoint, I'd say 9.5 out of 10.
I sort of wish we'd gotten gutters. it would have been about $450, and would have hidden minor aluminum imperfections.
I spent an hour trying to nit pick around the premises and found: One bench was not moved back. A small number of unmarked cantaloupe vines were damaged. 4 small felt nails in the dirt along the back span. 10 small scraps of kraft paper. 4 small fragments of plywood. 1/4 of a shingle from tearoff was in a tree. About a pound of quarter sized shingle bits were scattered about. Some shingle fragments fell into the attic on each side of the house where the turbines were removed. There were three places in the aluminum fascia cladding which were no longer smooth. This is more an issue of the siding install quality because on inspection, Sears damaged the roof to fit the siding on.
That may seem like a lot, but I am VERY nit picky. None of these are quality concerns to me. I dare you to find a roofer who would do a better job within $1000 of the price.
The new materials we picked were 20y warranty. The color is good and has enough variance to please picky me. All of the trim is installed such that I am confident in the future performance of the roof.
There's a 3 year labor warranty. He's eager to make sure everything meets our satisfaction. He's easy to talk to and his crew are helpful and hard working. He has customer testimonials as far south as Arlington.
At this point, I'm very happy with the work that's been done. I would recommend his work for anyone in the metroplex who needs roofing. I assume his gutter installs are equally good quality.