Jim came out to inspect my roof after strong winds blew over my fence. There was not damage noticeable from the street, but I wanted to be sure. He could have told me anything to get my business. Instead, he said my roof is in "great shape" and in no need of work. Anyone who can turn down a job in favor of an honest assessment has my business the next time!
Posted: 3/06/2012 • Link to this review
Mr. Wilson was never a customer of Suburban Roofing and no warranty was provided. The leak was reported after Atlanta recieved it first 100 year flood that dumped 13 to 15 inches of rain in one single day. Many roofs leaked for the first time due to the excess rain. That is not a installation defect or failure. Mr. Wilson needs to check his facts regarding his comment about the price of a roofing system The roof on his home was estimated and funded by the insurance company at market price. Suburban worked within the guidelines and scope of those numbers. Mr. Wilson,your mob comment clearly tells me you fall into our societies "victim class" who belives someone owes you something you are not entitled too.
Posted: 8/06/2010 • Link to this review
I bought a house 31 Aug 2009. - The roof was 6 months old and under warranty. - The roof has no damage outside at all. But leaks in one bedroom. - The guys named "Buzz" said warranties were not transferable and they would not back-up a job that was 6 month old and that their warranty was not transferable. - The cost of the original replacement was $9800. - This is twice the going rate of a 2000 s/f roof should normally be. - The website says they are licensed and bonded. - mysuburbanroof.com _ _ _ _ _ If I could gather a MOB. - I would Tar and Feather these guys. - "Buzz" and or "Greg" (maybe the same)
Posted: 10/14/2009 • Link to this review