The stacks of shingles showed up in your neighbor’s driveway early last week. And even though it rained for the next few days, as soon as the rain stopped the workers showed up and started replacing the roof that had been totaled by a spring wind and hail storm. And while you are excited for your neighbor that they are getting their project done, you are more than frustrated that you are not even close to achieving the same. In fact, the challenge to find roofing contractors who will get back to you is more than frustrating.
The day after the storm hit, your neighborhood was full of contractors who wanted to look at your roof and assess the damage. Within the first week, you had four different contractors up on your roof. When they all indicated that your roof, which was only four years old, was to