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Erik C Kelley Construction
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If you plan on getting the project done in a reasonable amount of time, don't look here! While I assume the quality of the work is OK, it took 7 months to complete a 9k roofing job.Sep 13, 2017VerifiedErik K.'s reply
There is a old saying that was told to me long ago. "You can please some of the people some time and some people you could never please" what this individual left out of his review is astounding. As we all know it was the worst winter of 30 years. It rained for 6 months. I was called for a leaking flat roof in February. There was no way to tear it all off and fix the roof correctly let alone it dry out in the rain. For free I built a pitched roof with lumber and clear plastic to keep these folks dry until the rain stopped. For 4 months I kept their roof from leaking on them as they slept, waiting for the rain to stop. Then I went to work reroofing and fixing the water damage on their garage, carport awning and a section of their home. As well as replace a 19' 600# beam under the carport awning. I fought 3 major ant colony's, 100 degree days, horrible smoke and horrible customer that yelled at his wife, dogs, and me regularly. I helped these folks out doing work I was never paid for and they complained about that wanting even more. What astounds me is the common attitude I get that I don't do the work fast enough. I would ask this, your paying for a roof that you expect to last over 20 years. Would you what it done in one day or week? Would you want a crew of $10-$15 hour workers or one highly skilled professional tradesmen installing your roof that protects your entire life below? If you would like fast food style construction don't call ECKC. I provide only the best and that takes time.
On time. Good work. Stuck to his bid. Nice guy. Thanks Erik -May 5, 2017Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Every project is different. I give free estimates, tailored to fit each job.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Every thing starts with a free on site estimate of the project.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am always looking for installer classes. I stay up to date on the newest products and methods on installing them. I research the manufacturer warranty installer instructions to be sure products are installed correctly and nothing has changed with them since I last installed it. I just took the class and renewed my lead base paint renovation certificate and liecence with the state of Oregon and EPA for work on pre 1978 built homes