received quite a few calls this year from people who decided to have the
"least expensive" roofer complete their home improvement project,
only to find their roof leaking with the first heavy rain. To make
matters worse, the original contractor is not returning phone calls
and cannot be found.
These days it is more difficult to make our dollars stretch a little further
and for our paychecks cover a little bit more; but choosing a fly by night
contractor to work on your home may end up costing you more in the end.
No one wants to pay for a roof twice.
As much as we feel for the people in these situations, there is very little we
can do, especially when there are multiple leaks. Our only solution is to
re-do the roof or that portion of the roof. Problems can arise if the
original contractor used sub-par materials, or did not install
the materials correctly.
At Robert Kierce Roofing, we have been in business for 18 years. We live
in the community in which we work, and we have pride in our work. We
realize our best advertising is satisfied, happy customers. We
purchase our shingles from local vendors and only use Certain Teed
Shingles. We stand behind our workmanship.
out your contractor - Trust Referrals, Check Better Business Bureau
listings, Ask for Licenses & Insurance; Certificates.
& Good Luck with your projects!!
Kierce Roofing Family, Summer 2013