Bob Bobbitt Company

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· Fort Worth

We had siding put on the trim of our brick house and replaced the gutters. We requested a unique "English Tudor" style using 2 different colors. I am sure this special design made it difficult to build, but we are very satisfied with the outcome. This is our first time to use any siding. The true te... more

Jason T.

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· Arlington

I was very pleased with the service and the quality. It was a good experience overall.

B.S.R.

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· Fort Worth

They did a great job. I did not have to do anything. They dealt with my insurance company directly and did everything.

Mike L.

Review of TriStar Quality Roofing by

· Denton

The service provided by TriStar was excellent. Matt and the crew were great in understanding what needed to be done to repair our roof with a quote that was right on target and completed on time. My wife and I have been very satisfied with the workmanship. Kira Lee at the office is top notch about... more

What's the best way to test out if my roof is leaking before it rains?
Jan 10, 2017
The BEST way would be infrared image testing. Only top-tier roofing companies will have them, so may be hard to locate in rural areas. However, the technology is getting older, and the cameras that we ... read more
What should I know about installing a Rumford fireplace?
May 19, 2014
Interior chimneys are at least 4" larger in all four directions than the flue they contain. A chimney containing a 12"x12" clay flue liner must be at least 20" by 20". Combustible materials must be ke ... read more

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