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By: brian.snyder.921025
Dr Roof Of Tennesse
This company worked well with my insurance company to install a complete new roof. It looks good, although they all but refused to install a peak vented configuration. They are good at a plain roof. The problem came with the first rain. I have several leaks, and now they will not answer my calls, and tell me they will come out, when I call from a new phone they don't recognize. They sing a great song before the roof is installed, but seem to care less when they are done and you have problems. I finally stopped calling and am having to go to another company to come out and help me repair the leaks. If they followed through and helped me when my ceiling started showing water damage, I would have rated them 5 stars. When John ignores your calls, and won't help fix a problem they created, you will understand what I am going through.
By: Leah B.
Nashville Roofing Contractors - Roof Repair and Installation Company
I called Nashville Roofing to come and evaluate our roof because we had been told that we needed extensive repairs on it after we bought the house. The experts at Nashville Roofing were wonderful about getting back with us promptly and scheduled something at my convenience (Which was really hard because I work a lot). He got up on the roof and inspected what I thought must have been every square inch and had some really great recommendations for us that were affordable and things that we could do in stages since we couldnt afford all of it at once. We are so grateful for them!
By: debbieoh
Dr Roof Of Tennesse
Dr, Roof and John Fisher and crew were great - all I had to say was - I need a roof. They took it from there. They met with the adjusters, and one day i left for work and came home and had a new roof - there was no sign of roofers, roofing equipment or materials. The did a great job. I not only recommend them to all my friends, but when I had to have another roof (year and half later a tree hit the roof) - I called them again. Again - the same great service!
By: diversitybuilder
West Side Electric Service
Our microwave oven was cutting off without warning and tripping the breaker in our home in Franklin. We were concerned about a fire hazard considering some of the noises our oven made during these events. West Side diagnosed and fixed it. I must note they actually answered the phone the first time we called and came out promptly. Pricing was more than fair.
By: Chris H.
TNT Roofing
Call Tony up and tell him my situation with my roof. a storm come through and blew some shingles off. He was very quick to come out and look at everything help with the insurance I upgraded my shingles to a 3D texture it look great on my house and even Roofed my to storage buildings to match the shingles on the home.
By: Logan K.
Nashville Electrician Services
NES provides rest electric service to the Nashville area! The employees are very helpful and efficient if you ever have any questions about your bills. If the power goes out because of a storm or anything like that, NES works very quickly to get it restored.
By: crutch03
Straight Line Roofing Co
These guys really care about quailty and service! They fixed a leaking roof that had been attempted by others over the years. Gregg even repaired things that other trades screwed up. Honesty and great service! Thanks for a job well done!
By: Lori H.
Straight Line Roofing Co
From the time we first spoke with Greg about an estimate, everything he stated he would do is what he got done in the timeframe he allotted...Excellent job! He and his crew left our yard spotless...we couldn't be happier!
By: Jackson B.
Twenty Four Seven Electric LLC
Called for electrical problems. had an elelctrician to my door within 45 min. problem was fixed. quickly and for a great pricewill use them agaiin and recommend them to friends and familythanks guys for a great jobJackson
By: R A.
TNT Roofing
he has done 4 roofs for my family members. he is a great guy with dedicated employees. they get the job done at a fair rate and do it right. they will deal with your insurance company directly too, if you wish!
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  • Do not operate any electrical equipment while sitting or standing in water.
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  • Put caps on your electrical outlets if you have small children.
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  • Only use light bulbs with the correct wattage for your lamps and light fixtures.
  • Contact a licensed electrician if you frequently blow fuses, since this can be a sign of an electrical wiring problem.
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