Andrew Roby General Contractors, Inc

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We were very satisfied with how the project turned out. It is very beautiful and enclosed well. The installers were clean, professional, and showed up on time. The sales representative gave us a good demonstration and found the right solutions to our problem. We are very pleased and would happily re... more

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· Charlotte

I like the idea that Champion came out and did the work even while I had to go to the hospital. I didn't have to stay behind them and I get a lot of compliments on their work.

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Steve and Will were our installation crew and they did an excellent job.

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Review of Skywalker Roofing by

· Yadkinville

Skywalker is a good company. They are professional and I recommend the shingles and the roofers, but I would recommend someone else to do the gutters because they did not stand behind them.

I am looking for a gutter/downspout person to install a large "fish-mouth" drainage collection for a valley gutter.

Tara Taylor of Crown Builders PRO answered:

Feb 14, 2017
Yes, you need to contact a roofing company to check it out.  Possibly need a rain diviter installed.  Possibly need a gutter installation company to swap out current gutters for larger commercial size ... read more
Should I be worried that external doors in my home are shifting to a point that I can't lock them without lifting them up?
Dec 30, 2016
The fact that you can lift the door to get it to latch tells me that it is likely the installer did not install long screws through the top hinge into the 2" x 4" or 2" x 6" that creates your opening ... read more

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