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Far East Roofing Professionals

Browse these roofing contractors with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in Far East.

  • 11 years in business
  • 135 hires on Thumbtack
Connie K.
Verified review

Dealing with a fire is a very stressful time. Ohio Roofing Solutions did a wonderful job in making sure that the siding and windows were as good as the originals, even better. The lead contractor was courteous, professional, and worked with the estimates of the insurance company. I am very appreciative of the job they did and would recommend them in the future.

  • 7 years in business
  • 68 hires on Thumbtack
Sharon L.
Verified review

Summit Building & Roofing is a top notch company. They are great to work with and their work quality is next to none. They go above and beyond to make sure the customer is happy. Would definitely recommend.

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River Valley Restoration LLC
4.9
from 36 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 43 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Steve D.
Verified review

Bryan was great to work with. He wasted no time in meeting with us, and was very reasonable with his quote. Other roofing companies we checked with either did not call us back, or were high priced for what we needed done. The work was done in a very timely manner, and the crew was efficient and cleaned up when they were done. We would highly recommend Bryan and his company.

Prime Construction
4.8
from 31 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 61 hires on Thumbtack
Linley P.
Verified review

Brian Thomas has been amazing! His roofing men were here promptly at 7:30am and have been working the entire day. I would HIGHLY recommend them to anyone.

  • 17 years in business
  • 43 hires on Thumbtack
Trevor B.
Verified review

Tim (owner) came out and gave us quotes on 2 separate occasions about a year apart for a roof replacement and for gutters/gutter guards/soffit/fascia replacement. 1st experience: Tim agreed to come out and give us a quote. I stated that someone would be at the house. My wife met Tim, who stated, “Oh, your husband isn’t here? How am I supposed to give you a quote and discuss the job when he’s not here?” The quote was not accepted (more on this later). 2nd experience: Tim sent me a request on Thumbtack to come out and give me a quote. I did not remember that he had been out previously to give us a quote on the roof. Upon arriving to our house, the first thing that he said was that he had been to our house before and if he had known, he wouldn’t have had to come out to measure for gutters. He stated this fact a few times throughout the conversation, which I responded with an apology each time as I truly did feel bad that he had to drive out to our house since he wouldn’t have had to if he had known he had been here before. Tim also stated that I had never responded to his quote from the roofing job. I apologized for this as well and stated that I did not remember receiving a quote. I acknowledged and apologized for not getting back to him as the quote must have been buried in my email. We discussed the job, and I stated that we wanted to change the color of the soffit and fascia to white. Tim asked immediately if we were sure that we wanted that color as it wouldn’t look good on the house. I stated that yes, we had decided on white because we were eventually going to replace the siding on the house. Tim then said, “Are you sure? It’s going to stick out like a sore thumb if you do white.” I stated again, that yes, white is the color we wanted. After talking about the job for a few more minutes, Tim asked that if he gave me a ballpark offer would we be willing to shake on it and agree to have him do the job, then he could come back with a more detailed quote. I informed him that I was looking at other contractors for the job and would be getting quotes from them for the next few weeks. I asked him to send me a quote and I’d get back to him in the next few weeks and let him know if we’d be accepting his offer or not. He then stated, “Well I would hope you’d give me the business since I’ve been out here twice already.” I gave him my contact information and he left. Please keep in mind that for the entire interaction, Tim’s attitude was not pleasant and it really felt like he was trying to guilt me by bringing up the fact that he had been to my house twice and tried to make me feel bad. Later that evening, he messaged me asking for my last name and email address which I had previously provided. He messaged me again the next day telling me he had emailed me the quote and asked if I had received it. I had not. I verified the email address with him, again, and he said that he had the email wrong and had resent the quote. I reviewed the quote and noticed it did not have the gutter guards that we had previously discussed on the quote, so I messaged Tim and asked for a revised quote. The quote came in at about $1,200 above competing quotes from other businesses. That was about 2 weeks ago. Today, I received a call and voicemail from Tim asking if I had any thoughts on the quote and if we could move forward with the job. As I was still evaluating contractors and getting quotes from additional businesses, I had not had the chance to discuss with Tim as I did not have all the quotes in to compare prices, so that’s why I had not contacted him. I also had stated when we first met that it would be a few weeks before I would have an answer. Since I was at work, I texted Tim back the following message (I have also attached a screenshot for proof) Me: Hey Tim, this is Trevor. Sorry I missed your call I am at work currently. Also apologize for not getting back to you but I’ve had contractors giving me quotes up til this week. Unfortunately, we have decided to go with someone else as they were $1200 below your quote. Thank you for your time. Tim: Lol. I see Please don’t call me again for quotes. Good luck to you! I then wrote out a reply and sent it, but upon sending the text I realized that Tim had blocked my phone number as the text did not go through. Due to this, I have decided to put my response to the business owner in this review. My response to the business owner: “And that kind of attitude is part of why you didn’t get my business. Just because you didn't get my business doesn't give you a right to be rude. Maybe price your quotes competitively and not be rude and have an attitude when you come out to give quotes (comment multiple times about how you've already been out to give a quote and try and make me feel bad, comment on how bad of a color choice we were making, comment on how we should give you your business since you've been out twice, etc). Also, maybe remember next time and don't submit a bid on Thumbtack if you don't want to come give me a quote. Also, here are a couple more "pro tips" for you since you don't seem to know how to relate with customers and get their business: 1. Don't bug people for an answer on a quote when they clearly state they'll get back to you in a few weeks due to the fact they are having multiple people look at a job 2. Get information right the first time, it shows attention to detail. Don't misspell customer names (name was misspelled on quote), forget to put information on a quote, forget the email address, etc. Maybe if you kept accurate records, you would’ve remembered that you’d been out to give a quote. It’s not the customers responsibility to remember the multiple contractors that have given quotes. 3. Be respectful to your customers. Don't make comments saying things like "oh your husband isn't here? How am I supposed to give you a quote when he's not here to discuss the job" (referring to your comments made to my wife when you gave us the quote for our roof.) 4. Don't intentionally try and make people feel bad and act entitled to business because you had to go out of your way for a customer (see reference to comments on the trip you made above) 5. Don’t comment on customer choices in a negative way unless they ask you for advice on the subject 6. Know your market. If you want to be competitive, then give quotes that are such. Giving a $1k+ offer above other quotes usually signifies to a customer that there’s no use in negotiating if you’re coming in that high. 7. Constantly work to improve your relationship with customers after the fact. I did some research a few weeks ago on BBB and saw the one ongoing issue you have with a customer and you’re fighting pretty hard against what the customer is saying instead of taking full responsibility for a job that you were contracted to do. Owning up to something, even if it's not your fault, would look so much better to prospective customers. Just some thoughts that come to mind, but what do I know. Good luck with your business, you’ll need it.” --End Response-- I can not speak to Tim’s workmanship, and I will not attempt to, there are other reviews for that. I personally did not have a pleasant experience with him and I wanted to put all of the details out there. I would highly recommend looking elsewhere for someone who is professional and deals with customers the right way.

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Integrity Construction
4.8
from 24 reviews
  • 7 years in business
  • 26 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Stephanie Y.
Verified review

This was our first Thumbtack experience, and what a great one! Integrity Construction reached out quickly, came out the next morning and the job was done by 9:00! Best of all, the issue was addressed without a sales pitch for a new roof. Jonathan was friendly, professional and a pleasure. Thank you so much!

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Horner's Home Renovations
4.9
from 23 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 21 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Kathy S.
Verified review

Kyle was available on short notice, and was timely, professional, and knowledgeable. He completed my roofing project on a Sunday because I was in a pinch, which was a real life saver! He knows how to do any home remodeling project. Kyle's number will now be on my speed dial!

M & N Roofing, Construction
4.8
from 22 reviews
  • 12 years in business
  • 22 hires on Thumbtack
Ron K.
Verified review

I would highly recommend M&N Roofing! They were great to work with and both Mark and Craig were very professional. They were on time and on budget and cleaned up the roofing mess. Very pleased with the end results. My new roof looks great. I will use them again for other projects that come up. Thanks again.

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HI-5 ROOFING LLC
5.0
from 16 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 24 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Courtney R.
Verified review

Fernando and his staff had excellent customer service and there work was excellent and they were prompt in response in giving a quote and prompt in completing the roof job. They were very knowledgable and I would recommend them to everyone. I had several roofers come out and HI roofing made me feel at ease and their pricing was better than anyone who I spoke with.

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  • 1 year in business
  • 20 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Glen T.
Verified review

I had a seriously clogged downspout that caused sheets of water to pour from the gutter. Tom did a great job clearing that problem, clearing the tree needles from the roof that would have returned the problem, and cleaning all the other gutters and down spouts. I particularly like his method which uses a hose to ensure that the gutters are clean and running well.

Myers Construction LLC
4.5
from 17 reviews
  • 19 years in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
Louis V.
Verified review

Thank you Thumbtack for bringing me Myers Roofing. Ty came promptly, pleasant as can be, assessed the situation, gave me the best estimate I could imagine and did the work immediately. One of the best handy man experiences I've ever had. 5 star Highly recommended for sure.

Favret Construction Services
4.1
from 15 reviews
  • 27 years in business
  • 23 hires on Thumbtack
Jeff P.
Verified review

Tom took the extra time needed to make sure the job was done properly, and told me of expected work that was not necessary. We assumed some wood on the trim needed to be replaced, but upon closer inspection the wood was fine. The paint did not completely match so Tom offered to come back the following weekend and paint the remaining cross beams so it is all uniform. I already have another task for him next weekend. Thank you for coming and taking care of my job. I really appreciate it.

Able Roofing
4.9
from 8 reviews
  • 32 years in business
  • 12 hires on Thumbtack
Emma C.
Verified review

My husband and I hired Able to replace our roofing and windows. Crazy fast customer service response time, fast installation for both roofing and windows! Who would have thought a roof companmy would make a good window company?

  • 7 years in business
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Rick F.
Verified review

I was very happy with Target roofing! Bryan told me he would be at my house between 10:30 and 11. He was there at 10:30!!! Also mentioned that he would do the repairs the next day - even though his crew ran into problems at a another job Bryan came out to do the job!!! I was very impressed with this company!

  • 7 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
S. L.
Verified review

Jason Jones and Absolute Assurance Restorations just completed a major roofing job for us, and I am so glad that we chose them! Jason was able to work with our insurance company and my only out-of-pocket cost is my deductible. He redid the entire roof including new decking and gutter guards, and is even repainting our porch ceiling. He is also installing new and upgraded soffit vents and has replaced our attic vent fan with a new one. He completely reengineered a flat section of roof, giving it a slope to throw off water and installed new decking and rubber membrane. His crew worked rapidly and were very neat. Jason is himself a highly skilled person, and knows Ohio insurance law and regulations, which made everything smoother. He stated that he never want us to worry about a roof again, and I have complete confidence that this time the job has been done right. Thanks Jason!

  • 19 years in business
  • 16 hires on Thumbtack
Thumbtack Customer
Verified review

Replaced a 25-30 year old deteriorated skylight with like/kind skylight. Prompt estimate at a fair price, one month order time as expected, install went perfect and smoothly as anticipated. We're very pleased, and highly recommend Benchmark Roofing to all!

Ever Ridge Roofing LLC
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Courtney L.
Verified review

James was very professional.. he communicated with us and got the job done promptly as agreed. He gave us a very reasonable quote and we are very happy with the job done. Thanks again Adkins roofing...Highly recommend

  • 9 years in business
Gill T.
Verified review

Dennis and his team were beyond professional and efficient with the job at hand. Though a huge part of the work they did was roofing, it was no easy task as they were salvaging what was left of my family's home after a somewhat devastating fire. After dealing with such a family tragedy and the emotional turmoil that goes along with losing so many things a family acquires over time, and losing a sense of security you lose when dealing with such an incident, the last thing you want to deal with is contractors and workmen who don't respect your loss and your space. Dennis and his team were VERY sympathetic to what we were going through as a family. Thy worked very hard to complete the job in a very efficient way and went above and beyond by actually handling several other repairs that were not a part of the scope of work, without ever saying a word about it, or billing for it...just simply did it, because they knew we needed it done and didn't want us to have to deal with another decision or problem after what we had been through. I HIGHLY recommend this company and their professional and expert services!! Gill Thompson

Forza
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 14 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Cindy F.
Verified review

We had Forza clean or roof and decks. They did a fantastic job! It’s been easier to maintain our decks and our roof looks like we replaced it!! I highly recommend Forza!

Ohio Metal Roofing
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 5 years in business
Barry B.
Verified review

Great Company with great service. For standing seam metal they are hard to beat!

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    Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

    What is a standing seam metal roof?

    A standing seam metal roof may be a strong, durable, safe choice when you’re considering metal roofing installation options. A standing seam refers to the raised seam where the sheet metal roofing panels join. Traditionally, shingles and roof panels lie flush to the roof, making them more prone to rust or penetration by water at their seams. In a standing seam metal roof, the raised (or standing) seams run vertically from the roof ridge to the eaves, with no horizontal seams. In addition, the fasteners joining the metal panels together are concealed, providing even fewer opportunities for water or moisture to build up. The cost to install a standing seam metal roof will depend on the type of metal you select, the size of your roof, and the cost of roofing labor in your region. Materials will play a major role in your metal roofing installation costs. If you select standard galvanized steel, the cost per square (100 square feet) might be in the $150-$300 range, while a high-end choice such as copper or zinc could be between $1,000 and $1,500 per square. Here is one example of cost:   

    • Standing seam metal roof: $300 per square to start, including materials and labor.
      • A 30-square roof could cost $9,000 or more.

    Can a metal roof be installed over shingles?

    Metal roofs are durable, environmentally friendly, safe and budget-friendly. If you’re considering an update, metal roofing installation doesn’t have to mean completely removing your old roof. In many cases, metal roofing can be installed over your existing shingles. Research building codes in your state, as many require that after two roofs have been installed, all roofing materials must be completely removed before a third roof can be put on. This protects your home’s structural integrity and your family’s safety. Carefully read contractor reviews and choose someone with extensive experience with metal roofing installation. One concern when installing metal over shingles is that over time, condensation can build on the shingles and cause the metal to rust. This will lead to rust around the panels, making them more likely to come loose in a storm. Nationally, the average cost for metal roofing installation ranges from $6,000 to $20,000. The wide price range represents different roof sizes, different types of metal, and the cost of labor in different parts of the country — and can also include the cost of removing an old shingle roof prior to installing the metal. As a line item, the average cost of removing an old roof to prepare for installing a new roof, plus adding new roof decking, costs on average about $45-$75 per square (the pro roofer’s term for 100 square feet), depending on the pitch of the roof. Always make sure you have a clearly written contract and a warranty on both the labor and the metal.

     

    How much does it cost for a metal roof?

    Metal roofing installation is an attractive option thanks to metal’s long lifespan, hardiness and fire-retardant properties. Nationally, the average cost for metal roofing installation ranges from $6,000 to $20,000.There are different types of metal roofs, each with their own installation needs and materials costs. Roof size also affects your metal roofing installation costs, as do regional labor rates. Roof size is measured in squares; one square equals 100 square feet. Here are some examples of the average cost for a metal roof:

    • Standard metal roof: $120-$150 per square to start, including materials and labor
      • A 30-square roof (a 3,000-square-foot roof) could cost between $3,600 and $4,500 for a typical three-bedroom home.
    • Snap-Loc metal roof: $200-$225 per square to start, including materials and labor.
      • A 30-square roof could cost $6,000-$6,750.
    • Standing seam metal roof: $300 per square to start, including materials and labor.
      • A 30-square roof could cost $9,000 or more.
    • Tuff-Rib metal roof: $250-$350 per square to start, including materials and labor.
      • A 30-square roof could cost $7,500-$10,500.
    • Mid-range metal roof package, including all accessories: $300-$500 per square.
      • A 30-square roof could cost $9,000-$15,000.
    • High-end metal roof package — such as zinc or copper — and all accessories: $1,000-$1,500 per square.
      • A 30-square roof could cost $30,000-$45,000.
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