Allied Roofing & Sheet Metal

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  • 2801 NW 55th Ct Ste 5W

    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

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  • 954-485-5922

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I wanted to take the time to write some feedback on my experience with Allied roofing. I purchased a home from someone that had just replaced the entire room from Allied. I did not have a single problem with it and was very happy with

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I wanted to take the time to write some feedback on my experience with Allied roofing. I purchased a home from someone that had just replaced the entire room from Allied. I did not have a single problem with it and was very happy with

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Its not often that one finds themselves in position to sit down and write a rave review these days.\r
I'm thrilled to say that I am today in the place to do so.\r
I hired Allied Roofing to replace my 30yr old tile roof which had been

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Its not often that one finds themselves in position to sit down and write a rave review these days.\r
I'm thrilled to say that I am today in the place to do so.\r
I hired Allied Roofing to replace my 30yr old tile roof which had been

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We decided to install new metal roof so we called a number of companies to compare prices.Allied Roofing sales staff was very well informed about metal roofs and they were able to answer all my questions.The entire process went smoothly. I

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We decided to install new metal roof so we called a number of companies to compare prices.Allied Roofing sales staff was very well informed about metal roofs and they were able to answer all my questions.The entire process went smoothly. I

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Originally, I got 4 estimates, and hired Allied because they gave the second lowest quote, and a good sales pitch. Researched BBB, FL. Contractor?s Licensing, WC & liability insurance coverage - no problems, but it was all downhill from there?\r\n\r\nFirst, they damaged screens over my deck, then the wood frame on all 3 of my skylights showed seams thru the plaster. They repaired these. \r\n\r\nNext, I noted that the whole house shook while they were working, and I could hear the plumbing rattling inside the wall. They refused any responsibility. (I have since sprung a leak). \r\n\r\nThen, I got a call saying I needed an $800 stucco repair because they found the flashing had come away from the wall, held water and saturated the stucco, which I authorized. An engineer later issued a report to my insurance company saying the stucco damage was caused by Allied removing the flashing. (They billed $850 for the stucco, which the adjustor had told me was excessive for the amount of work needed).\r\n\r\nIn fact, I got 2 interim invoices that were incorrect and had to be rebilled. \r\n\r\nThe final invoice came out 40% over estimate! Stucco + additional wood I was never told about (they could not produce receipts). I refused to pay the full amount, and offered to settle for an amount equal to my highest bid; they cancelled my roof warranty and plan to file a lien against me.\r\n

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Originally, I got 4 estimates, and hired Allied because they gave the second lowest quote, and a good sales pitch. Researched BBB, FL. Contractor?s Licensing, WC & liability insurance coverage - no problems, but it was all downhill from there?\r\n\r\nFirst, they damaged screens over my deck, then the wood frame on all 3 of my skylights showed seams thru the plaster. They repaired these. \r\n\r\nNext, I noted that the whole house shook while they were working, and I could hear the plumbing rattling inside the wall. They refused any responsibility. (I have since sprung a leak). \r\n\r\nThen, I got a call saying I needed an $800 stucco repair because they found the flashing had come away from the wall, held water and saturated the stucco, which I authorized. An engineer later issued a report to my insurance company saying the stucco damage was caused by Allied removing the flashing. (They billed $850 for the stucco, which the adjustor had told me was excessive for the amount of work needed).\r\n\r\nIn fact, I got 2 interim invoices that were incorrect and had to be rebilled. \r\n\r\nThe final invoice came out 40% over estimate! Stucco + additional wood I was never told about (they could not produce receipts). I refused to pay the full amount, and offered to settle for an amount equal to my highest bid; they cancelled my roof warranty and plan to file a lien against me.\r\n

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