Midwest Construction Group LLC
About this pro
12 years in business
1 hire on Thumbtack
I am very pleased with Midwest. I didn't have any problems reaching my sales rep. I will use them again.Jan 17, 2018
I have had such a great experience with Midwest Construction Group. From getting the quote to the completion of my project, I can't express how happy I am. Everyone is so nice, knowledgeable and professional. I highly recommend using them for any home maintenance or improvements you may have.Sep 25, 2017
I was very happy with every aspect of working with Midwest Construction Group. They were very professional and I would highly recommend them to family and friends.Sep 12, 2017
Chad, "Mr. Make it Happen" received our request late Thursday for a 10:00 am Monday closing. Chad & his team were dedicated to getting the job done right by the most appropriate specialist (flat, rubber, shingle roof). I would recommend him. He was courteous, funny, and highly responsive. Chad....thanks we really appreciated your dedication to customers and good business ethics.Aug 22, 2017
Dustin and his crew went above our expectations on every step of the process ... working with our insurance company, the timing and quality of the roof installation, cleanliness of the work site, friendliness of the work crew, follow-up and professionalism. I highly recommend Dustin and MCG!Jul 31, 2017
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- What types of customers have you worked with?The most common job task we do is installing roofs for new construction and or replacing existing roof. We do both residential and commercial projects.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Choosing a contractor can often be a risky and scary thing, if you dont do your homework. Putting on a new roof can be one of the largest investments you will ever make to your home, so it's important to get it the right the first time. Here are some helpful tips to make sure you are protecting yourself and your home when hiring a roofing contractor. 1. Do as much research as you can on the company 2. Make sure they are licensed, fully insured and BBB accredited 3. Make sure you understand the terms on the contract and have a copy 4. Ask about warranties (Manufacture warranty & workmanship warranty) 5. Ask for reference (Needs to have customer name, phone number, address and photos) 6. Make sure you ask about all the different types of shingle manufactures, so you know you are picking the right one. 7. Ask if they follow OSHA Safety regulations 8. Remember .Cheaper isn't better. You get what you pay for.