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By: Diane R.
Hansons Westland Roofing
We hired Hansons to do our roof and they subcontracted Esser Builders to do it. Al Esser, supervisor, hardly showed up at all but he OKAYED the job. In June we noticed a water mark on the ceiling which, as the spring rains were heavy, grew quickly and stank. I called Hansons, who sent Al out to investigate. He said there was evidence of a former leak (we had just bought the house) and that must be what is leaking again (some tar repair on the chimney). We got a guy out to test that theory and there was no leak where the former leak was repaired with tar. But HE noticed shoddy shingles. (See pics below) He also found several soft boards that should have been replaced. Shortly thereafter the roof caved in and it was obvious that rain had leaked in for some time and finally got through the insulation. Hansons sent out another supervisor, Terry, with Al Esser. Al was rude, belligerent, and insulting. Terry proposed a water test, took a hose upon the roof, and he said it didn't come through until he had lifted the hose off the roof onto the the former leak repair spot. They left. I had my son go up on the roof and just lay the hose down on the roof (not lift it up to that former leak repair) - and the roof FLOODED down through the hole in the flashing. I called Hansons back and they said they would repair the WHOLE roof. I told them I needed my ceiling fixed (I had electric heating coils in the ceiling that were ruined and needed a heater installed in that room and they said they would submit the claim to their insurance company. After they fixed the roof, NO MORE LEAKS. So the former repaired part of the chimney was NOT the source of the leak. We are talking $7000 worth of damage and they denied the claim. The company that repaired it all (ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS LLC), who were excellent and professional, have suffered for MONTHS not being paid. The MISERY they (Hansons and Esser Builders) have cause all these MONTHS is just criminal. I'll see them in court.
By: R J.
Bcm Roofing
I recently had BCM replace the roof on my new home in Rochester Hills. The original roof was in rough shape and had deteriorated to the point where the shingles were coming apart and falling into gutters and causing drainage issues. BCM did an excellent job from start to finish. I called for a quote and two days later Brian arrived at my house to provide the quotation. I compared his quote to others, liked the price, and made the decision to proceed with BCM. The whole process took 3 weeks from start to finish. It was clear from the beginning these guys take pride in the work they do. Despite unfavorable weather conditions the work crew did an excellent job and finished on time. The roof looks great and so does my yard thanks to a very thorough clean up job. These guys pay attention to the details….even painting my exhaust vents black to match my new roof. Thank you to the BCM team…I am a very happy customer!!
By: Sam S.
Bcm Roofing
I have used BCM Roofing many times, both for new roof installs and for repairs. They are very professional, dependable and detailed in their work, qualities that are so very hard to find from any contractor! I highly recommend Brian, Jake, and their expert staff for any roofing needs. Tracie Elliott
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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