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01/02/2013
By: looker3976
Inspector Roofing
I'm in the same boat as the rest of the reviews on this page, I've been waiting since March 12,2012 and now they won't answer my calls. I've spoken with the owner on a couple of occasions, and have been cussed like a dog. I want a roof they have my 4700.00 I want my roof.... They don't deserve any stars at all.
11/26/2012
By: janice.owen.106
Inspector Roofing
DON'T USE THEM!!!!!! EVER!!!!! I didn't want to give them any stars at all, but there is no option for zero or less stars. Like many others, I knew better than to trust a company that wasn't local, but many of the people around me were getting their roofs replaced at no cost,due to the damages that we all sustained in several storms in the late spring of 2011. My insurance adjuster came out and agreed that there was hail damage and sent me a check a week or so later. I was pressured by Casey Cook (who was the one that I talked to regarding the roof and my gutters), to sign the check over to them so that I could be first on the list to get my roof on by the first part of the year (2012). I signed that check on 11.18.11 and from there on, I was screwed. I was told that due to weather, it had to be pushed back. I got a letter in March that due to the major storms we had been having, that it was going to take longer to get to me becuase of a shortage in roofing materials, etc. I was finally given a start date of June 4th, but due to rain that day, I was understanding when I was told it would have to be postponed. Just before the end of June, they brought a starter set of roofing materials and left it on my back deck. I have NOT been able to get anywhere with them since. I have been promised by Nick (the owner) that I was next on the list since July....let's just say I hope he has some good burn cream (liar, liar, pants on fire). It has now been a year and I still don't have a roof. I'm at my wits end on what to do now. I am looking into my steps to file a small claims suit against them, but with 2 offices, I'm not sure how that is going to work. I tried going to the web site that was listed in the first part of this page, but it is still under construction. I would like to hear back from anyone else that is in the same boat with me and discuss our options together. Thanks for listening.
08/26/2012
By: stephenopolousinc
Inspector Roofing
On 04/23/2012 Nick Evans, Brooke Madden, and two other people, all wearing Inspector Roofing shirts came by my house in Trezevant, TN and asked my father if he had any roof damage from the last storm that passed through the area. He said he did have a leak in an upstairs room but did not know if it was from the storm. Nick Evans said that they could check at no cost and that if there was storm damage they could negotiate with the insurance company on his behalf and that he would waive half of the deductible if he signed up with Inspector Roofing for the repair. They said they did find extensive hail damage and scheduled a claim and a meeting with my father’s insurance company. They met with the insurance adjuster at my father’s house on 04/26/2012, settled on the damages, and made a check in the amount for damages minus the deductible. The insurance adjuster printed a check out right in his truck. I am said to say that the representative from Inspector roofing (Chris Gammons) pressured my father into signing the check and that he would send it to my fathers bank. I protested and told him I would make him a copy of the check and my father would send the check to the bank for endorsement. Somehow, while my father was negotiating the deductible (so I would fix the interior damages and Inspector Roofing would do the roof for the amount on the check) Chris Gammons switched the check and left my father the copy. They have not given him a date and refuse to answer calls. The couple of times I managed to call them on someone else's phone so they would answer, they would not give me a date or a reason as to why, since they had the entire amount already why they could not at least show some good faith and produce the materials for the roof. On all contacts, they just keep saying and I quote "It will be three weeks until we can give you a date that we can start". Today's date is 08/23/2012. This is unreasonable and just plain bad business. In addition, I contacted Executive Director of the Board for Licensing Contractors and gave her the license number that is on the contract and she responded that they have no such business in their records. I believe these people are criminals. If this company comes by your house, I suggest you call the police. If you have been ripped off by these people visit this site I built http://inpectorroofing.webs.com/ to see how we can bring them to justice
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