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Old 01-29-2014, 05:39 PM
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We plan to get our roof replaced soon. Anyone recommend any Owasso/Tulsa area roofers?
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Ron,

We went to the free home & garden show last weekend. Talked to Lewis Roofing, Freedom Roofing, and A-Best.

The owner for Lewis was great to talk to and came out today to look at ours. Didn't try to sell anything, and found not enough damage to file an insurance claim. Waiting to get an estimate from him though.

The rep for Freedom was the same way. Most likely will call them in the near future. A co-worker with my wife had a good experience with them and recommends them.

I'm not going to bother with A-Best. Didn't care for their rep.

I've had Dunnrite? (Behind Napolies) do some repairs for me several years ago. They seemed professional. I'll most likely call them for an estimate also.

If you go to homeadvisor.com and fill out a request, they will send you a list of (pre-screened) qualified companies. I plan on doing this also.

Let us know who you use.
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