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09/10/2012
By: rod.vawter
Blue Ridge Roofing, Inc.
I have had a long, positive history with Blue Ridge Roofing. Our first experience was when high winds caused the standing seam roof in our weekend home to seriously separate while we were away, with a very high potential for water damage if not repaired immediately. When we discovered it several day later, Blue Ridge had a crew at work within 2 hours of being called. They had to do a significant repair that involved much of the roof, and did it in an outstanding manner. When hail damage caused us to replace the roof a couple of years later, our only call was to Blue Ridge Roofing again. They did an excellent job, putting up a new standing seam roof that has been virtually trouble free over the years notwithstanding frequent high winds on the edge of the mountains. However the winds again caused a problem due to a heavy tree branch breaking off and striking the chimney where it passes thru the roof. Again Blue Ridge was prompt in responding to my call and did an excellent repair at a very fair price. I would strongly recommend Blue Ridge Roofing for any new, or repair work.
03/01/2013
By: bill.norton.7739
T. Keith Morris Roofing, Inc
I'm a general contractor and have known Keith for over 20 years. He's done all the roofs and specialty flashing on my projects as well as the copper roof standing seam roof on my own house. I'd would and have recommended Keith several times to friends and clients
06/30/2015
By: Jason H.
Roofing & Remodeling
Payne Roofing came out to my house, let me know of the storm damage on my roof and got it covered by my Insurance. Great work and great company!
02/08/2016
By: Janie D.
Askew's Roofing Solutions
Quality work at a fair price. Went above and beyond to quickly fix our roof before the Jan blizzard.
Tips & Advices
The most common types of roofing material are:
  • Asphalt shingles
  • Metal roofing
  • Slate shingles
  • Concrete roofing
Metal roofing material and algae-resistant asphalt shingles are the appropriate roofing material for rainy climates.
Houses located in  areas which are prone to wildfires, should avoid the use of flammable roofing materials such as wood shingles.
Not only should you ask to get in contact with past clients, it is also recommended that  homeowners visit projects currently underway to see how the contractor or company actually performs during a job. You can also go online and check out other customer reviews.
Reputable roofers do offer a warranty against poor workmanship. Additionally, the material used often carries a warranty from the manufacturer against defects (assuming proper installation). It is the homeowner’s responsibility to check on the availability of all such warranties before any work is performed.

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