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We are Michigan's premier installer of roofing products. With over 40 years experience, and factory certification from CertainTeed, Owens Corning and GAF, we have the knowledge and experience to ensure your home is handled by only the most capable hands. We are family owned and operated and have installed thousands of roofs across Metro Detroit, and we have found the best roofing systems possible when dealing with Michigan's extreme climate. Our roofing systems are designed to hold up to the harshest season we can experience and they are also backed by an industry leading 50 year warranty. If we are lucky enough to be welcomed into your home, our consultants will be happy to diagnose your roof and provide you with all of the information you will need to protect your home for the future. We would love to provide you with a fair and transparent estimate on protecting your home.
Peaks Construction is a fully licensed and insured company with over 20 years experience in the industry. Our company offers roofing, siding, windows and more. Peaks construction has several in house crews, we do not sub our work out. We care about our employees and most importantly, we care about our customers. We guarantee high-quality construction for each and every project. Our contractors are experienced in a broad range of skills, and offer intelligent solutions to your building needs. Give us a call today!
Edward Brown, doing business as, Heritage Roofing LLC sued us for the unpaid balance of $1,016 on a contract for repair of our garage. As stated in the "OPINION AND ORDER at a Session of the Court in the City of Grosse Pointe Farms, County of Wayne, State of Michigan on 08/04/2015", we alleged 'numerous defects in the work including failure to replace defective/rotten roof boards, large gaps and jagged holes between roof boards, no cross ties, improperly installed gutters, and misaligned shingles. [We] also provided photographs to support [our] position.' The presiding judge writes, "THE COURT is of the opinion that [we] had the right to withhold final payment until the defects in workmanship were corrected. Contrary to Plaintiff's position, [we] made Plaintiff aware of the problems but Plaintiff was unwilling or unable to remedy them. Plaintiff has not sustained his burden of proof by the preponderance of the evidence, and, therefore, THE COURT is entering a verdict of No Cause of Action." Needless to say, we would NEVER recommend this business to anyone.
Description of Work
Edward Brown claimed in our contract that he would "SAVE GARAGE" that has a bowed out wall and rotting roof deck but failed miserably on that promise. We have to hire someone to repair his repairs almost entirely.
Although the shingles look great, the roof leaked around a skylight and I only noticed this a year later when the water finally made its way down to my office on the first floor. In addition, the power vent he recommended and installed has not worked all summer. I've called 3 weeks in a row to discuss this and left a message each time. But now it's been 4 weeks and he still has not called back. I forgave the fact that one of his workers signed his name in black on top of the white shed dormer for all to see; and the fact that snow now slides down and dams up like never before because of the material installed on it; and the fact that his workers popped the stack and dropped something down it, which not only cracked up the drywall inside the upstairs bathroom, but also backed up the toilet and shower in the basement. I can forgive all that, because things happen. But failure to respond to phone calls when there are serious problems is not a business practice I'd recommend (August 2006).
Description of Work
New roof on 1927 two-story home: tore off three layers of shingles; replaced roof boards as needed; installed dimensional shingles, including flashing, copper valleys etc; installed power vent on roof; attached some kind of white covering over shed dormer; also installed dimensional shingles on garage (but no tear off); cleaned up debris (July/August 2005).
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