Saturday, August 6, 2011

New Roof

Many thanks to Overson Roofing for a great job removing old roofing and vents then using upgraded shingles and installing peak vents. A quick, clean and efficient process.

 A crane truck lifted materials the day before work started.

 took a couple days - stripping the old shingles
 there's a guy laying under the A/C unit fitting some new, upgraded shingles in there.
 getting closer...
and done. Looks great!  And we should get a tax rebate for going with Shasta white (Engery Star rated).

OK Late note here, but check my new blog azgronsethfamily.blogspot for a picture of the roof now, with a new paint job.  The white looks SO much better now with a lighter color paint on the wood and trim.  I had in mind to do that all along, but I still waited a bit too long to start painting.  Anyhow, it's done and looks great with the Shasta white roof.

ALSO, if anyone is interested, the roof vents at the peak work very well! 

One of the owners, Mr Overson, visited twice to check on the work.  Quite unexpected (by me) and very reassuring that they care enough about quality to have that kind of service.  Thanks Overson Roofing!!


Brendan Gertner said...
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Brendan Gertner said...

How nice it is that the owner of the roof contracting firm even visited your place to check on the newly installed roof. Well, it only shows that they really care about their customers. That’s what a good company does. They must have a deep concern for their customer’s satisfaction when it comes to their service provided.

>Brendan Gertner

Kermit Lukacs said...

@Brendan - You’re right! Only a few contractors really visit the work site since they really believe in their managers and/or supervisors to deliver quality work to their customers. It’s very nice to hear that still, some of the owners still find the time to go on the field to check how satisfied their clients are.

Kermit Lukacs

Bryon Sedillo said...

That’s a beautifully installed roof! More companies are focusing more on their customer’s feedbacks, so some of them have started checking up on the construction site to see the development of the work. Some also allow their supervisors to check on the job, but they want to have new photographs to see the progress of the installation. They want to let the customers know that they’re being handled by responsible contractors.

+ Bryon Sedillo +