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05/16/2013
By: haildamage
Covenant Roofing & Construction, LLC
"I had leakage in my ceilings as a result of the Labor Day storm last year so I decided that it was about time to bite the bullet and re-roof my house. I responded to a questionnaire I received on the internet regarding roofing services and received responses from about five separate roofing companies; one of them being Covenant Roofing. Consequently, I had a representative from the five companies provide me bids for the project. Two of the bids I considered more credible than the others; again one of them was from Covenant Roofing. Covenant provided not only an estimate on-line but also what they referred to as a "Welcome Pak" that provided information on the manufacturers of the materials that they used and helped explain the various line items of the estimate but also included references and pictures of their completed work. I had a representative of both favorable companies come back to the house to discuss their estimates. It was during this discussion that Nathan told me that in his opinion there was evidence of wind and hail damage on the existing roof. He suggested that I have my homeowner's agent come take a look at it. Before I made arrangements with the insurance company I called the representative of the other company to ask him if he thought that there was evidence of storm damage to the existing roof. He said no. So I made arrangements with the insurance company to send a representative out to examine the roof. Nathan was also present during the inspection to point out the locations that he thought were damaged. At the conclusion of the inspection the inspector announced that he concurred with Nathan and that he would recommend having the insurance company pay for the complete replacement of the roof and gutters. Obviously, Covenant Roofing won the bid.I had to wait a few weeks between the time I signed the contract and the time that the work actually began. This was helpful as it provided time for my wife and I to decide on the color scheme. When work actually began it took the crew about three days to rip off two layer of the existing roofing the existing decking on the south facing half of the roof, replace the decking with an aluminum foil-faced composite board, place a heavy-duty ice and water shield within the valleys and sheds south facing roof, and place Owens Corning Storm shingles. The workers worked long hours beginning early in the morning and completing their work for the day after darkness had fallen. They kept the area fairly clean of debris and extra material during construction, and were careful to clean up the yard area of debris and nails upon completion. Nathan came by as a final check to pull a magnetic roller over the surface and looked for stray nails.The roof looks good, all the shingles are aligned properly. There are no humps or raised areas. I had no leakage this winter as a result of the ice and snow storm in February and March. Al in all I'm very pleased with their work and especially the assistance that Nathan provided with my insurance company. I would recommend their work and services to anyone." Prairie Village
05/16/2013
By: noah1975
Covenant Roofing & Construction, LLC
"I had Covenant Roofing come out and take a look at my old wood shake roof for hail damage after many roofers knocked on my door and said that I needed to sign something in order for them to look at my roof. I was uncomfortable with this and then called my insurance agent who then highly recommended Covenant to honestly assess the damage on my roof. I am in my eighties and I wanted to make sure that I could trust the company that was up on my roof. Covenant found damage and even met the adjustor at my house to inspect the roof that next week. The adjustor totalled my wood shake roof and I had told Covenant that I did not want a "flat asphalt roof," I wanted it to look more like wood shake. The asphalt roofs just dont look as good as the old wood shakes. Nathan decided that we should go look at houses around Wichita and offered to drive me around for three hours in my car as I sat in the passenger seat. We saw every type of roof there is and finally decided that the Decra stone coated steel XD panel was what I liked and that it looked more like a wood shake roof than many of the others. I decided to spend more than what my insurance company allowed but I am so happy with my roof and my friends and neighbors are always quick to tell me how much they like it. I absolutely would recommend Covenant and Nathan to anyone looking for a new roof."
05/16/2013
By: metroks
Covenant Roofing & Construction, LLC
I can't thank you enough for the job Covenant Roofing did for us. The service, advice, and help with our insurance company was fantastic from beginning to end. Since I know nothing about roofing and don't have much experience dealing with insurance companies we truly appreciated having an experienced professional walk us through it and explain to us in simple terms what we needed and why. Without you I don't think I would have know or appreciated the importance of installing a hail impact rated roof, and the radiant barrier plywood has drastically reduced the heat in our attic. My wife was particularly pleased with the care your work crew took to insure we suffered no damage to the rest of our house, bushes, and patio equipment. I have heard a lot of stories of destroyed shrubbery by roofing crews but ours was careful and cleaned up meticulously. Thanks for all you help!
05/16/2013
By: regentcontractingllc
Covenant Roofing & Construction, LLC
Covenant came out after my Insurance Adjustor came out who claimed that there was no damage. I was very surprised to hear my adjustor tell me this considering most of my neighbors were getting their roofs replaced. Covenant came out, marked the hail and organized a re-inspection on my roof. The new adjustor agreed with Covenant that it had enough damage for them to pay for it. Concerning the roof, Covenant recommended that I change the color. This was difficult for us considering we have had the same roof for the last 30-35 years. They installed the Merlot roof and we are very happy with all the color this roof has in it. They also took my screens in to get them repaired. I would recommend Covenant Roofing to anyone looking for a new roof.
05/16/2013
By: overlandparkdoctor
Covenant Roofing & Construction, LLC
We had hail damage in 2011, which totaled the roof on our house. I called Nathan at Covenant Roofing and was very pleased with his professionalism and the extent that he helped us through the entire claims and installation process. As a very busy physician I needed a company I could trust to honestly and accurately handle it all, leaving me and my family stress and worry free. Nathan also suggested several helpful upgrades and recommended the highest quality materials. The roofing crew were well managed by Nathan during the project, and were very respectful and cleaned up the property when they were finished. They did an excellent job on a very large, complex roof and I highly recommend them to anyone.
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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