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By: Michael S.
Joseph Vann Hamby Enterprises
I had a leak on a 14 year old roof. I had two companies tell me I needed a total replacement. Price was $7k to $9k. For my third quote, I found Hamby. He advised me I still had life left on the roof and a repair would be sufficient. He guaranteed the repair for a year. Mine was a tricky leak, but after 3 visits his determination and diligence paid off and now I have no leak. He saved me thousands of dollars and now I can put off that roof replacement longer. Call Hamby before the big companies for an assessment and quote.
By: Max R.
D W Caldwell Roofing of Ga Inc
Just try to get this outfit to honor their service contract!! My 50 year GAF roof was installed about 16 years ago..Nothing but leak problems ever since!! I've had 2 contractors out for price quotes on fixing leaks or replacing roof..Both contractors said roof was installed WRONG!! Rotten wood in the attic and holes in the roof!! BEWARE!!
By: Cheryl S.
Crestmark Roofing & Construction
I received a quote to repair damage to my porch as well as replace the roof. I decided to wait on replacing the roof. They did not show up as promised, and did not schedule a set time to come. Obviously, they didn't want the small job, but could not be honest and say so. They will never get the larger job now.
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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