Rosselli Roofing and Siding, LLC

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G.M.L.

Review of All County Exteriors by

· Brick

ACE was very honest and professional. They did what they said they would. Something came up during the project, but they didn't try to raise the price or make it sound worse than it was. I got a genuine feeling they were trying to tell me how it was and not blow it out of proportion. The supervisor... more

Joe M.

Review of Bryhn Design/Build by

· Peapack

Very honest and cost conscience - work was impeccable - highly professional - Very easy to work with Roy and his staff, understood exactly what we wanted your house to look like - made recommendations to improve the look. We can't say enough about Bryhn Design/build

Bryan P.

Review of Volpe Enterprises, Inc. by

· Sea Girt

The sales professional, Paul Perry, was conciseness, thorough, professional and extremely knowledgeable. He walked me through the entire process and the job was done well in excess of our expectations. It was a pleasure to deal with everyone we came into contact with at the company.

Susan L.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Toms River

Excellent service. Within the time window given. I was notified when he was on his way. Everything was clearly explained.

My handyman recently shared with me that he thinks I have some structural damage in my basement from a minor flood a few years back...
May 4, 2017
I would recommend hiring a structural engineer to review and recmmend repairs not something you should let go. 
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 6, 2014
I agree wholeheartedly with the excellent answer provided by Christi at Callen Construction that your problem is probably caused by the different coefficient of thermal expansion of the materials invo ... read more

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