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Local Roofing Company- Reviews

Local Roofing Company- When you’re searching for a specific product or item that accompanies a hefty price tag, you want to research that, right? It’s the same aspect when it comes to home construction, especially roof replacement or roofing in general.

Reviews are what set different roofing companies a part within the same town or area. Customers like to know what other customers are saying about a specific product or service that they’re interested in. Reviews are capable of showing both positive and negative comments from previous customers. There are various sites that conduct reviews. Roofscapes Exteriors has reviews on Houzz, Yelp, Angie’s List, and Guild Quality.


Houzz isn’t just a place for reviews, it showcases recent projects, idea books, questions, activity and contact information about the company. The Houzz website is compared to the home and exterior version of Pinterest.


Yelp is the most known review site for local restaurants and businesses. Anyone can go leave a review on a company’s page about their service, products or satisfaction/ dissatisfaction. The company page shows the history of the business, along with meeting the owner, business hours, videos, and photos of the business. Roofscapes Exteriors – the local roofing company is under the category: roofing, windows installation.

Angie’s List

Angie’s List is another great source to find everything you need to know about the company. By clicking on Roofscapes Angie’s List icon on their site, you’re able to see the background history, service areas, company info, and related contracting articles, how they are rated, and deals going on through the company for roof repairs and more. For reviews, you have to become a member of Angie’s List in order to see total reviews, overall grade, price ranges, quality, professionalism, punctuality, responsiveness, and any super service awards from Angie’s List.

Guild Quality

Guild Quality is Roofscapes Exteriors LLC preference for reviews. This site allows the customer to give feedback on the following categories:

  • Likely to recommend (100%)
  • Professional and organized (98%)
  • Installation crew (97%)
  • Communication (91%)
  • Value (95%)
  • Work done right (98%)
  • Clean and safe (100%)
  • Quality of materials (100%)
  • Quality of workmanship (98%)

With ranging from 91% to 100% within all of the categories, Roofscapes ranks high for all of them. The customer feedback summary is based off of 95 customers that were surveyed with 48 that responded (51%).

Guild Quality shows a map view of the where recent work was done, and which areas have left comments and reviews. The reviews are based on types of work revolving around roof, roof repair, siding, and windows and doors.

Some reviews showcased have said:

“They were extremely professional, knowledgeable and understanding during a time of loss.” Reviewed by Angie W. of Broken Arrow, OK.

“I was most satisfied with the fact that Roofscapes went out of their way to put proper fittings in and they didn’t even charge me for it. I am just super delighted.” Commented from Tulsa, OK.

“I would like to recognize my salesperson, Carey Robertson and the crew supervisor. My salesperson was not only prompt with the bid, but also made follow up calls to make sure everything was going good. The crew supervisor was very thorough and approached the install as if it was his home.” Recognized excellence by Tulsa, OK.

Roofscapes Exteriors LLC encourages all of our customers to leave comments and reviews. The reviews and comments give us incite and help us to grow as a better company for our community!

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Caution: Ice Dams

An ice dam is a ridge of ice that can build up and form at the edge of your roof. When snow builds up on your roof, the snow underneath will start to melt from the heat your house is creating. This meltwater will then run down to the eaves, and because eaves tend to be the coldest point on the roof, it freezes. Once this happens, meltwater will continue to run down the roof, and the ice will continue to grow due to the initial ice that froze in the eave of the roof. As the meltwater continues to drip with nowhere to go, a water backup will occur.

Standing water and your roof are never a happy mix. If you see this happening contact us right away for a free inspection.

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