Homeowner Stuck Dealing With Insurance Fraud
This Charleston homeowner is one of many who tried to get a new roof and the roofing company they first went with took their insurance money but didn?t do the work. A good rule of thumb when dealing with any type of contractor is to never pay for the entire job up front. It is a common practice to put down a deposit and pay the balance when the work is completed and you are satisfied. If they ask you to pay for everything up front or they make you feel uncomfortable, walk away quickly.
After getting no where with the roofing company that ripped her off, Ms. Mary G. contacted Tri-County Roofing. She saw that we were an approved GAF Master Elite Roofing Contractor. This means that because of GAF?s stringent standards, Tri-County Roofing is considered to be in the top 3% of all roofing contractors in the nation.
Shannon Hawkins met with Ms. Mary and went over the proposal for the new roof. She went with the Golden Pledge Warranty, which is the best warranty available and chose the Slate Timberline HD shingles along with having Tri-County Roofing install a siding vent. We were able to complete her roof within 10 days from the signing of the contract.
Ms. Mary sent Tri-County Roofing a letter thanking us for helping her get her roof finished. She said the crew was very professional and she appreciated their hard work.