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Bone Dry Roofing has a problem with communication with their customers, their back office people and to their installers. In good conscience, I can not recommend Bone Dry Roofing to install anyone's roof. Although there was only 1 person, Scott Watkins who seemed to care.
I chose Jeff's because of their product knowledge and professionalism. I don't have time to waste, so I came to meetings with questions and realized right away that Paul knew what he was talking about with respect to the products his company used. Competitors strictly talked about price and were ver... more
They had great Triple A response.
They made it easy. Called for a quote, and they came out the next day. They worked around my moving schedule. Picked some great accent colors, that scared me at first, but I've had a million compliments on. I am so thankful for Alyssa, and her eye for color. They were easy to contact, and great foll... more
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