Natural Slate Roofing Contractors in Schenectady, NY (New York)
Prescreened Natural Slate Roofing Contractors in Schenectady, NY
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3035 Lone Pine Road
Schenectady , NY 12303
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Tyler James Construction arrived promptly and gave us a comprehensive evaluation of the roof. They were very professional, knew their trade and were prompt with an estimate and scope of work.
Jack from Barney & Sons made life easy. Not only did he and his crew complete satisfactory repairs to our natural slate roof but his customer service was excellent throughout the entire process. My wife and I are first time home buyers with little knowledge about slate roofs. Jack explained things slowly and walked us through his scope of work while preparing the project estimate. He and his crew scheduled quickly and got the job done in painless fashion. Jack even came back to our house after the job was completed to answer some additional questions that we had. The overall experience with this contractor was great. Highly recommend.
Jack & Scott were great...did a fabulous job and stayed true to their word. They came on time and we have not had any problems since the repair.
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Things to Consider Before You Repair a Natural Slate Roof in Schenectady, New York:
- Is this an emergency?
- What kind of problem do you need repaired or replaced? (Check all that apply)
Water leaking into home
Water stains on ceiling
Water is standing on the roof (after 48 hours)
Icicles/Ice dams at edge of roof
Broken or rusted flashing
Shingles are cracked, curling, missing, or loose
Gravel is coming off shingles
Roof is sagging
- How many stories is your house?