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Old 05-09-2009, 04:51 PM
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Question Recommend, or Not, any Local Roofing Companies?...

Hey All, We've got some wind damage to our 20yr old roofing shingles. I'm calling around for qoutes. Anybody have any recommendations, or companies that I need to stay away from? FYI, Home Depot charges an arm and a leg for their roofing products and local installer services.

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Old 05-09-2009, 08:12 PM
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call scoggins roffing, they are out of bixby and stand behind their work. They are the only company we use to install our roofs.
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Old 05-13-2009, 08:56 AM
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Ron,

Not to steal your thread, but what about heater/air contitioner people. I have a unit that needs to be serviced every spring. I've called several companies, but no one wants to check for leaks. With R22 going the way of R12, I need to do something.
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I use T&M heat and air out of broken arrow. They can service just about anything. R22 is now out also all units being made now are using a new refrigerent. If any thing goes out not you got to replace the entire system.
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JW, thanks for the reply. I will write that name down and see what they say. If I have to replace the unit, then I'll be waiting for next spring. If I replace one, then I might as well replace both units. Unfortunately, 2 story house means 2 units
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