n May 2013, as we were preparing to buy a new house, our real estate agent and inspector recommended that we have the roof inspected by an independent roofing company. We called Findlay Roofing. They came out to the house and only found a small area of the roof that needed repair and they gave us an estimate for that repair. We scheduled them to do the repair work multiple times and they kept not showing up. I guess because it was such a small job, we kept getting moved to bottom of the list. We finally got the work done and they left a mess behind. There were stray shingles left on the roof and roofing nails in the driveway. (My husband found one nail the hard way).
The first week we moved in, there were heavy rains in Cobb County and our roof leaked. Now, every time we have even moderate rain, we find a new leak (so far: foyer, kitchen, and multiple spots in the dining room). We will now be spending $8k to replace this roof that should have been replaced before we bought the house. If Findlay had done an adequate job in their inspection, the seller would have had to pay it instead of us. Needless to say, we won't be giving Findlay Roofing another shot.
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