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Reviews in Milwaukee for Metal Roof Installation

Swita Metal Roofing, LLC
5.0
We were pleased with the work and product. The crew showed up on time each day, cleaned up each day and were very respectful of us and our property. Mike was very helpful too and listened to our needs and what we were looking for in a roof for our home.
- Don J....
Badger Contracting LLC
1.0
I cannot recommend this company! Please take the time to read this before choosing this company! In a short explanation, Badger’s planning and communication after signing the contract is non-existent. Other problems are the metal was cut wrong, didn’t order the correct parts, didn’t order enough parts and the simple logistics of the project were horrible! I decided to have Badger Contracting do the roof project for my barn. When I was receiving quotes from companies Badger was very responsive and in constant communication. I decided to use Badger, even though they were the highest bidders, because they had great reviews and I thought they could get the work done in a timely manner. I was wrong, extremely wrong! Once I signed the contract with them I was lead to believe by the Rep that they would be starting within a couple of weeks. The contract was signed on Sept 16th. But the work didn’t actually start until Nov 15th. Prior to the start date I tried getting updates from Badger but that was difficult. I had to initiate most of the communications and they would hardly respond and when they did the information was incorrect. They told me the metal would be delivered on Nov 3rd (Saturday) so I made plans to be around because they didn’t have an estimated time frame for the delivery. I tried to confirm delivery with them on Nov 2nd but never got a response. On Saturday Nov 3rd I texted the Rep and got a response around 11 AM, he had no idea if it would be delivered that day and he wouldn’t know until Monday…?? I attempted to call the Rep that just texted me and he didn’t answer. I call the company and left a voice mail (which they never responded from). The Rep then responded and said that he contacted the Owner of Badger and that the delivery was moved back a week to Nov 10th (next Saturday). On Nov 9th the Rep contacted me and stated that they would start the project on the 13th or 14th of November. The delivery finally happened on Nov 10th but only half of it was delivered and they had to come back out later to deliver the rest. On Nov 13th the Rep contacted me to let me know that the dumpster would be delivered the next day around noon. This was the start date that I was told the week prior. The dumpster finally showed up around 2:34 after the driver sat in the Cemetery next door for over an hour trying to figure out where to deliver it. Finally, on Nov 15th the crew showed up to start the job. Everything was going well until I was notified that the metal was cut incorrectly and they didn’t have enough to complete the roof. I had to decide to either send it all back and wait for the new metal to come in or have a seam and get ¾ of the roof done that day. Because of the condition of the roof I needed to get as much done as I could. It took 2 months to get the metal in the first time. I couldn’t wait another 2 months for a re-order. They started putting the metal down, when they went to do the edging and the peak they ordered the wrong edging material and didn’t order enough padding for them to finish the peak. They not only had to order the rest of the metal but they had to order the correct edge metal and more padding to finish the peak. I asked when they would be picking up the dumpster and I was told that the dumpster would remain on site till the project was completed. From Nov 15th till Nov 29th I didn’t receive any status or updates from Badger about anything. I received a phone call from the Rep on Nov 29th and he told me the metal would be delivered that day. Somehow the metal that took 2 months before only took 2 weeks this time. The delivery was completed within 2 hours of being notified about it. On Dec 5th I received a text message from the Rep at 7:11 PM that the crew would be out the next morning to finish the work. I notified him that we had recently got 2 dogs and that needed to notify my wife before starting the work. He acknowledges that but it didn’t happen. They started anyway. That evening at 4:27 PM the Rep texted me that he was coming back for me to sign for completion of the job. I was finally about to respond to him at 5:41 and let him know that I wouldn’t sign because I was able to look the roof because it was already dark by the time I got home. He was disappointed that I wouldn’t sign because he would not get paid until it was completed and I signed. I told him that wanted to inspect the work before I sign completion of it. I also wasn’t going to sign until they removed the dumpster that was sitting in my driveway since Nov 14th. Dec 14th: It would finally take another week before they would pick up the dumpster. In all the dumpster sat in my driveway for 30 days. I was notified that they would be picking up the dumpster while they were already in my yard picking it up. I am so glad to be done dealing with this company and wish I would have given my money to a different company. This project was the most stressful and logistical failure project I have had. Even after the project was completed I have never been asked how the project went or even contacted by the company other than for the final payment. I don’t think they care about their customers or even the quality of the service or product, they only care about the money. Like I said at the beginning, I would not recommend this company for any project you have.
- Richard G....
Exterior Home Improvements
1.0
They did show up on time and complete work on time. The problems came afterwards. There where numerous leaks due to poor workmanship and lack of attention to detail. When I called Matt about issues at first he was quick to respond. After my having to call him back because of continued leaking he became less responsive. I have now had to resort to hiring a different contractor to correct the issues he has left me with. I have water damaged walls and ceilings. At this point I have concerns about the installation as a whole. He has totally blown me off at this point and left me with a mess that I hope I can get repaired before winter and pay for out of savings. Stay away from this guy, it's just not worth the risk. I will be taking photos and will post them as soon as I can get another contractor to repair the roof.
- Randy D....
JNJ Building & Metal Supplies
5.0
My experience went great. We saw another house that they had done and we stopped and ask who did it and then used them. They were the most reasonably priced. It was just an overall good experience.
- Barbara A....
Mather's Improvement Service
5.0
Punctual on time for appointments. Cleaned up job site every night. Professional job well done start to finish. Happy customer. Many people have told us metal roof looks very nice. Metal was allot more money but very happy with appearance and durability.
- Steve J....
Guenther Services
5.0
I called on Friday morning to ask Mr. Guenther if he had the expertise to fix our leaking metal roof on our sun room. Mr Guenther said he wasn't available on Friday, but would call back first thing Monday morning. He called back exactly when he said and was out to the house by 10:30am Monday. He cleaned off all the ice and snow and looked at the roof and said that it couldn't be sealed anymore and recommended putting a "torch-on" product over the current roof. He also recommended a new wider gutter to better handle the amount of water and a new downspout facing the side of the house so that it wouldn't be in the shade all the time. He came back on Tuesday and completed the whole job in less than a day. He didn't ask for any money until he was finished. He gave a verbal estimate and when I gave him the check I asked for written documentation. He said he didn't have his pad with him so I asked him to mail me a receipt that specified what he had done. After a month, I called to find out why I hadn't received the receipt and he sent it to me right away. Overall, we were very pleased with the work and the service. There is damage to the inside of the sunroom from the leaking and we are considering using Guenther Services to fix the drywall as soon as we're sure that the leaking is completely stopped.
- Miriam S....
Rob's Roofing LLC
5.0
Given that we'd just paid for a new roof and now were considering a metal roof one year later, Rob quoted the job fairly, providing us with a deep discount. His team was efficient and did a great job of cleaning up after themselves. The new roof has not posed any problems. Even though we spent more than we expected on our roof, due to circumstances beyond our control, we highly recommend Rob's Roofing.
- Craig S....
Rob's Roofing LLC
5.0
They arrived on time and the entire job was done within 4 hours, including loading the dumpster, cleanup, and using a blower to get the fine debri away from the house/concrete. We asked for a quote for replacement gutters - $600. They will be installed as soon as the weather permits my husband to finish installing the metal roof. Rob's Roofing is the best of the best. Professional, top-quality workers who know what it means to work as a team. Highly recommended.
- Grace S....
Mather's Improvement Service
1.0
Called Mather's to get an estimate on a metal roof and gutters for our home. Ben Zusan came to our house and quoted a price of ~$32000 for the work. We thought it was high, and told him that we would be getting other quotes and would need to arrange financing for any project that we undertook. He went on the roof and claimed that we had 7 active leaks and that if we gave him a payment of $1000 he would send out a crew to fix the leaks the next week. We gave him a check for $1000 which was cashed, and the crew never came to do the work. In the meantime we tried to get financing, but were not approved for the amount we needed, so we called to cancel the work, which was exactly what Ben had told us to do. Spoke to someone in the office, and told her that we would not be going forward with the metal roof project. We heard nothing from Mather's for nearly 6 months, when we were served with a lawsuit for breach of contract. Even though they had taken $1000 from us and provided nothing in return, had not contacted us to select colors or styles for the roof, did not contact us a single time after we called to cancel, and changed the contract after it was signed, we were still forced to settle and pay them an outrageous sum - despite having received nothing from them. There is also a clause in their contract that if they sue you, you will be responsible for their attorney fees, not capped by the small claims limit of $500. No work, no supplies, no communication, absolutely nothing. According to their court records on CCAP, this appears to be the way they do business.
- Ann L....
JRV Roofing LLC
1.0
Frustrated and Exhausted We had a very frustrating experience with JRV. Josh (owner) lacks the ability to communicate. And the foreman (Dave) lacks common sense. I would never recommend them for another job. JRV came highly recommended on Facebook. Here is the timeline of our experience. Early August – JRV came and completed an estimate for a metal roof tear-off to be replaced by a rubber roof. I told Josh that I wanted any questionable wood replaced and to factor that into the cost. The roof acts as a 2nd floor porch and so he offered, if I had the railings purchased, he would install them. I did not want to compromise the new roof and would rather put that burden on them, so I made sure that this would happen. Mid September – Finally got around to scheduling JVR to complete work due to family vacations and school starting. Mid October – Due to weather, the foreman (Dave) and crew came on a Monday to start what was stated as a “2 day job.” By the time I got home from work, the tear-off was complete and the rubber install was already happening. I asked if they found any rot to which I was told (surprisingly) all wood was great. The house is 100 years old and we had water coming through the roof on more than one occasion. After the workers left on Monday, I went up to inspect. I was incredibly shocked. I found two areas where the roof sank when you stepped on it. I was dumbfounded by the fact that there were 2 screws left in the roof and simply covered up with the rubber but were obviously sticking up. In two different areas, the rubber was not pulled tight over the edge of the roof causing it to bubble and potential trap water. I immediately called Josh and he said he would come look the next day. By the time I came home the next day, the roof was peeled up and my issues were being addressed…somewhat. I was still told that the wood underneath was not rot. I still have never seen what was under the roof. On Wednesday, new gutters were installed and the roof was finished. Then came the railing. Again, Josh offered to install if it was there. I measured the existing railing and made sure to have a similar one of equal size purchased from Home Depot. It was a black metal railing typical of these homes. After watching Dave struggle for two days, I went to assist him on Friday afternoon when I got home from work. He was using a cordless drill obviously set too high. He had stripped multiple connectors to the point they were useless. I had only purchased enough so needless to say we were short. At 4:30 Dave runs to Home Depot. At this point Josh and I talk via phone. Again, I still haven’t seen Josh all week. Josh is sorry about how the week went and feels horrible for taking so long so he is knocking $500 off the cost. I responded that I was concerned about the price but more with the want of a quality roof. I also brought up my new concerns with Dave and how he was stripping pieces and now scratching the **** out of the new gutters with a crappy old ladder, common sense sort of stuff. Also, when he connected the railing pieces, he put the nuts to face out, cosmetic but still something you would expect to be handled properly. Josh said they would touch up the paint and talk to Dave. As we ate dinner, I heard David come back and then he was gone. I went up to the roof to find my railing standing but a mess of nails, screws, bags and cut pieces of rubber. There was no clean up whatsoever. When I grabbed onto the railing I was shocked again. The base of one of the railings lifted up when pressure was applied to the railing. It appeared that the base was screwed into nothing. This created two concerns. First the strength of the railing and second the integrity of the roof. A week later after finally cooling down, I sent Josh a video that unfortunately Angie’s List cannot post. His response was a text, “I will come look at it tomorrow.” When I got home from work the next day, I did notice the gutters were touched up but there was no change in the railing. So I was confused. And then nothing….for a month. Until I got a “passed due” bill in the mail. Mid November - We called Josh and had a lengthy argument about the lack of communication, about how we never knew he even came to address the issue, about how the screws used for the railing were bought with his hard earned money, about how the roof was our problem now because what was he supposed to do about it, about how he didn’t know he wasn’t going to get paid…..among other things. I told Josh I just wanted to feel like the job was completed, to which I still believe it is not. I am just curious, if this was his roof, would he feel the same? After a few days Josh’s and our tempers cooled. We had a more productive discussion (I thought) about me paying him and he coming back out to look at it. I cut him a check before Thanksgiving and I told him whenever his schedule permitted he was more than welcome to come look. Fast forward to April – I reached out to Josh wondering if and when he would be able to come look at it. He stated he was waiting for me to contact him and he would come next week. May – Josh messaged me saying he was behind and would get to it soon. June – I messaged Josh telling him I am home for the summer. He responded he would come next week. He was trying to coordinate schedules with Dave. End of July – I am done with JRV roofing. I will fix it myself.
- Michael K....

Metal Roof Installation in Milwaukee

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4.9

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Recent Review: Siding and Windows Group did an expert job at transforming our home from a cottage-like Craftsman to the Modern Farmhouse we envisioned. We asked alot of them and are very particular in our requests. From overhauling the exterior siding; to rebuilding the roof above our entry; to changing the traditional shingle roofing to metal roofing; or to removing unnecessary pillars and generally cleaning up the previous owner's style, they executed our plans flawlessly. The quality of their work is exceptional and they worked with us every step of the way to address any concerns we had or to gain our input on the best way to handle situations as they arose. Any complications were quickly addressed and their team was always very friendly and professional. We couldn't be happier with the outcome and will definitely be using them again!
4.7

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Recent Review: The crew was extremely respectful, informative in answering all our questions and followed the contract exactly in the clean-up process. The installation went quickly and the crew was very solicitous of our needs. They were well-dressed and clean-cut, never giving us a moment’s apprehension about their abilities and capabilities. They frequently asked about our level of satisfaction with their work and asked if we had any questions. We would not hesitate to recommend Mad City Roofing to anyone of our family and friends. Our neighbors are already complimenting us on the beauty of the roof. We felt both product and service to be exceptional in quality. We are not only happy with the roof, but with the entire process of obtaining it-the crew, the installation, and the way we were treated.
4.7

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Recent Review: I did not want to buy a new roof but a minor leak around a bathroom stack led to the realization that our 15+ year-old double layer roof needed to go. We live in a two-story colonial with a 2-car attached garage. Four quotes from local contractors received. Low $6,900, high $12,500. Reimer Roofing was not the lowest, nor the highest, but I felt more comfortable with Kelly Reimer and his company at the first meeting. I trusted my gut and moved forward. Here’s what I liked: Kelly Reimer took the time to take a good look at our existing roof as we walked around the house together. He explained the progression of the job from start to finish. He offered to come into the house, go up in the attic and make sure he did not see evidence of a bigger problem. He suggested installing a Broan vent for an existing main-floor bath fan, as well as installing a second Broan vent for a fan in the upstairs bath to make it easier for the electricians to install a fan when we decided to do so. Kelly’s company has developed a checklist, obviously meant to avoid common issues, and helped us make sure we were ready to have the roof done. This included things like covering our motorcycles, making sure our dogs were not left to run loose in the house while the work got done, and clearing the area around the home. Reimer Roofing uses a dump trailer rather than a dumpster, to protect the driveway and retain control of the delivery and removal of the trailer. No other company explained their process and I didn’t know to ask. The removed shingles are recycled. This may be common, but no other company brought it up during the quote process. Their team is large and is not sub-contracted. I did ask for samples of the products they were going to use, and Kelly provided samples of the water barrier and underlayment, which have changed significantly since our last asphalt roof was installed. He brought out large designer boards with five different colors of shingles. The Owens Corning TruDefinition Duration shingles had two color families, standard and Designer Colors Collection. There was no difference in price, and we chose Designer Color Summer Harvest. What a great choice! Materials were delivered the day before the new roof was to be installed. Communication was great. If Kelly said there would be an e-mail, there was an e-mail. Every time. On the day of the job, brother Scott Reimer arrived at the stated time and got to work preparing the site for the crew who arrived a little after 8:00 AM. Very efficient job, from start to finish. They finished the roof and were cleaned up by 6:00 PM. Speaking of clean-up, it was also outstanding. They swept, blew, and went over the area with a magnet to pick up nails. Again, this might be common, but no other contractor explained the job as well as Reimer Roofing did. Kelly came back after the job was complete to review everything with us. The roof looked great, there were a couple issues. We had rusted aprons behind the gutters we had replaced several years ago. We thought the old rusted aprons could be removed, but that proved to be complicated by soffit and fascia work we had done, so another option was offered. On the day of the job, Scott Reimer discovered that their new aprons were not going to cover properly and they had to custom bend metal to match the gutters. Unfortunately, the crew ran out of the metal and, on the lower gutters, used the aprons which didn’t quite cover. This was very evident and when we pointed this out, Kelly said he’d make it right. A couple days later, Kelly personally came out with more custom-bent metal and did just that. The end result is a gorgeous new roof and a happy homeowner. Integrity, honesty, humility, professionalism and a commitment to do what’s right. Great job, Reimer Roofing.
4.8

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Recent Review: Roof repairs to our roof for our condo association and application of aluminum roof coating.
4.9

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Recent Review: Reasonably priced. Came 1 month early. Took them half a day to do job. Good work.
4.9

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Recent Review: Getting a new roof is a very large expense, and stressful to say the least. Once we got the ball rolling, I have to say it went very smooth. The crew was great! Very professional and took the extra time to answer any and all questions we had throughout the install. After roof was complete, Melissa came to our home to check the roof and see how satisfied we were. All in all, getting our new roof went great!
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Recent Review: Removed old roofs and replaced with new decking, under layer and shingles. Very efficient and timely. Clean up was done well. Great work. Great roof!
4.8

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Recent Review: My Wife and I chose to use G and K Roofing and Remodeling, Inc. for the second time to put a roof on our house. Our G and K Roof was not leaking but we had a contractor put on an addition put on our house 14 years ago and the Brand X roof on our addition started to leak substantially after only 1 – 2 years. We complained to Brand X but they didn’t do anything to help us with their portion of their roof. In 2021, we got bids from three roofing companies. After sitting down and talking with Glenn from G and K Roofing and Remodeling, Inc. we decided to use G and K Roofing and Remodeling, Inc. again to replace our entire roof. Glenn took the time to meet in person with us and gave us some different cost options. Glenn took the time to answer as many questions as we had. The other two roofing companies did not take the time to sit down and discuss this with us in person. Putting on a roof on your house is probably one of the most important things that you can do to protect your house. If you are going to be in your house for a while yet, and if you care about GETTING THE JOB DONE RIGHT AT A COMPETIVE COST, G and K Roofing is that company. Our roof really looks beautiful and we are totally satisfied with G and K Roofing and Remodeling. Sincerely, John and Annette C. Sun Prairie, WI
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Recent Review: During the tear-off of my roof Elite Exteriors realized that the flashing at the chimney needed tuck pointing and a new flashing. They did great metal work and the work didn't hold up the roofing crew from finishing the roof in great time.
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Recent Review: Crew was very efficient and knew what they were doing. Job was completed in one day as expected and they cleaned up everything and swept area with metal detector for nails. Couldn't have gone any better.

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What do customers in Milwaukee say about Metal Roof Installation?

We were pleased with the work and product. The crew showed up on time each day, cleaned up each day and were very respectful of us and our property. Mike was very helpful too and listened to our needs and what we were looking for in a roof for our home.