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Daddario Roofing Company, Inc.

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Daddario Roofing Company, Inc.

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 375 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i

Mark B.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 375

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are reliable, timely, reasonable, professional, and polite.

When I talk to somebody there, I'm talking to a real person. They always address my problems right away.

Helen P.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 375

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are the best roofers that I have worked with.

They are always so responsive and communicative. They're always looking out for us and our needs. Audrey and Nicole are amazing.

Greg L.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 375

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are honest, they stand behind their work and they are very responsive.

I liked that they stood behind their work.

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Dawn and Steve Daddario, Owners

Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. offers residential reroofing, roof repairs of all types, and low slope roofing to clients in Santa Cruz and Santa Clara Counties. The company installs a wide variety of roofing products, including composition shingles, concrete and clay tiles, cedar shakes, and single-ply systems for low slope roofs. It also performs comprehensive roof inspections and repairs for real estate agents and their clients.

Owner Steve Daddario has more than 35 years of experience as a roofing contractor–he started in 1982 with his wife, Dawn, and together they’ve built a unique company that combines the experience and resources of a larger roofing company with the personal touch of a smaller, family-owned business. “Because of our exceptional employees, from our roofers to our office staff, we’re consistently able to deliver excellent service and install quality roofs,” says Mr. Daddario. “This is confirmed by the outstanding reviews from every consumer organization that has looked at our company.”

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Service AREA

Santa Cruz County
Santa Clara County

SERVICES PERFORMED

Residential Reroofing, Including All Types of Composition Shingles
Standard and Lightweight Concrete and Clay Tile
Class A Fire-Treated Cedar Shake Systems
Single-Ply or TPO for Low Slope Roofs
All Types of Roof Repairs With a Warranty
Real Estate Roof Inspections
Seamless Gutter Systems
Installation of Sun Tunnels and Solar Tubes

BRANDS Supported
  • Boral

  • Carlisle

  • CertainTeed

  • Eagle Roofing Products

  • GAF

  • Owens Corning

DIAMOND CERTIFIED RESEARCHED ARTICLES ON Daddario Roofing Company, Inc.

Daddario Roofing Company’s staff members take a personalized approach to roofing work.

Company Profile

Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. offers residential reroofing, roof repairs of all types, and low slope roofing to clients in Santa Cruz and Santa Clara Counties. The company installs a wide variety of roofing products, including composition shingles, concrete and clay tiles, cedar shakes, and single-ply systems for low slope roofs. It also performs comprehensive roof inspections and repairs for real estate agents and their clients.

Owner Steve Daddario has more than 35 years of experience as a roofing contractor–he started in 1982 with his wife, Dawn, and together they’ve built a unique company that combines the experience and resources of a larger roofing company with the personal touch of a smaller, family-owned business. “Because of our exceptional employees, from our roofers to our office staff, we’re consistently able to deliver excellent service and install quality roofs,” says Mr. Daddario. “This is confirmed by the outstanding reviews from every consumer organization that has looked at our company.”

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Company Philosophy

"Our people are responsible for our success. We've purposely kept our company small so, with our hand-picked team members, we can treat each client as we'd want to be treated. Our core values have translated into a large base of very happy customers who've kept us in business for many years. We love what we do!"

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Comparative Summary

When Steve Daddario calls his roofing company one of the most efficient he’s ever seen, it means something. Mr. Daddario is a 30-year veteran of the industry who started as a roofing contractor out of his home in 1982. It’s now one of the most successful roofing companies in the Bay Area.

Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. is able to work quickly and efficiently because it fields a single large crew that handles one job at a time, focusing all its energy and resources there. As a result, it can complete jobs in two days that would take most companies three or four–a pace that impresses the entire neighborhood, says Mr. Daddario.

Daddario Roofing installs and repairs all types of roofs. This includes all types of composition shingles, fire treated cedar shakes, concrete and clay tile, modified asphalt and single ply roofing systems for low slope roofing application. Its repair team has years of experience repairing roofs and diagnosing even the most difficult problems and leaks. The company has a mission, says Mr. Daddario, to provide “the best quality of work, with integrity in everything we do and say, all at a very competitive price.”

Daddario Roofing offers “the experience and professionalism of a larger company with the personal touch of a smaller one,” says Mr. Daddario. As owner-operator he handles production details from start to finish, staying in close contact with the project manager Edgar Montoya, who has worked with Steve for over 22 years. Steve and Edgar are in close contact with the homeowner in during the re-roof process to make sure everything goes smoothly. He’s also there to follow up, making sure that complete clean up proceeds quickly and the customer is 100 percent satisfied.

Customer feedback from is overwhelmingly positive, says Mr. Daddario. They are always amazed, he says, at how quickly and efficiently the work is completed and at how beautiful the finished roof is. They also cite the hard-work ethic, responsiveness and friendly communications of Daddario employees.

With a business model that keeps overhead low, Daddario Roofing is able to offer better pricing than larger competitors in most cases. A rarity in the roofing industry, it does not typically require up-front deposits. The reason, Mr. Daddario says, is his unshakeable confidence in his team’s ability to do its job right the first time.

Daddario Roofing also conducts roof inspections, an area in which it has more experience than any other roofer in Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties, says Mr. Daddario. It has ably provided roof inspection services to hundreds of agents in the real estate community for over two decades.

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Industry Info

Be careful of a roofing company cutting corners. There are always ways. Protect yourself by hiring a company with integrity, says Steve Daddario of Daddario Roofing Company.

Since even the most diligent companies can’t monitor their employees every moment, “You must have people who care about their work,” says Mr. Daddario. “No matter how diligently a job is supervised, if workers want to cut corners they can.”

Your best hedge against these problems, says Mr. Daddario, is to hire established roofing companies with a proven track record. If possible, choose one with long-term employees, who tend to be the most loyal and well treated—and typically repay that treatment with a solid, reliable work ethic.

“These are the professionals who value integrity and quality work,” says Mr. Daddario. “They care about putting a roof on for you, like they would care about putting a roof on their own home. Those people are hard to find.”

He recommends exercising caution when dealing with contractors whose prices are markedly lower than their competitors. Often, he says, they figure out some other way to build the difference into their margins.

Similarly, keep in mind that an uninsured contractor will nearly always deliver the lowest bid. Given the nature of roofing work and the potential for catastrophic injury to a worker, Mr. Daddario recommends against using uninsured contractors for any reason. He even cites cases, though infrequent ones, of contractors presenting expired certificates of insurance.

“It’s a document with a lot of information on it. And the expiration date is hidden in there,” says Mr. Daddario. These types of problems have worsened with the economic instability of the last few years, he says.

He also suggests checking with the Better Business Bureau for current complaints, particular unresolved ones.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How will I know when I need a new roof?

A: We can tell you. Over the years, you wouldn’t believe how many people tell us that three roofers told them they need a new roof, particularly on a shake roof. I’ll look it over and assure them it can be repaired. You may have another four to five years of life left in it. The repair is going to be, say $800, and the new roof would have been $11,000. We’re very honest and confident in our ability to repair a roof.

Q: Do I need to vent my roof?

A: The heat radiates down into your house, making it significantly warmer. This can also cause the shingles to fail prematurely. Proper venting alleviates these problems.

Q: Can you put in venting for me?

A: Yes. Whether its standard eyebrow vents, ridge venting, solar-powered attic fans or electric powered, we’ll make sure your venting is well designed and suited to its purpose.

Q: How long will my roofing project take?

A: We typically complete projects in two days. I’m careful to tell people: that’s not because we hurry through. It’s that we work on one project at a time with a single large crew. They’re very hardworking, very efficient and very professional.

Q: Do you warranty your work?

A: Our warranty is as strong as any in the industry. It’s a 10-year workmanship warranty on re-roofs. Plus we typically offer a one-year leak-free warranty on repairs. Many companies will not warranty the entire roof. They warranty repaired areas only, which doesn’t really protect the consumer.

Q: How do I prepare for a roofing job?

A: We have a handout, a line item list of things for you to do. Most of it is fairly simple, like moving your vehicles out of the garage and driveway. Typically there will be some dirt and debris that can get into the garage, so we recommend covering up things that you don’t want to get dirty. We can provide help if needed.

Q: Solar panels need to be removed for roof repair, right?

A: Yes. We have someone who does that, someone we’ve been working with for well over 15 years. Or if people have their own solar person, they are free to field bids.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Steve Daddario

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  • Steve Daddario is owner of Daddario Roofing Company, Inc., a Diamond Certified company since 2008. He can be reached at (831) 440-7000 or by email.

Steve Daddario: Up on the Roof

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

CAPITOLA — After taking a break from college to focus on saving money, Steve Daddario figured he’d be back the following year. However, it wasn’t long before he encountered a totally different form of higher education. “At age 22, I was married and attending college with plans to become a minister,” he recounts. “When my wife and I found out we were expecting, I decided to take a year off from school to prepare for our upcoming expenses. A friend of mine was a roofer, and he offered to train me and give me some work, so I took him up on it.”

It didn’t take Steve long to realize he’d found his true calling up on the roof. “Once I got into the trade, I never looked back,” he says. “I really enjoyed being outside and working with my hands. I stuck with it and was contracting by the time I was 28. In 1982, I started life as a roofing contractor, and more than 30 years later, I’m still at it. It’s been quite a ride!”

Originally from Seattle, Washington, Steve resides today in Santa Cruz with his wife, Dawn, where he appreciates the laid-back atmosphere. “I enjoy living in Santa Cruz; it has a really mellow, small-town feel, as opposed to the hustle and bustle of San Jose, where I previously lived for about 20 years. Plus, I love to surf, so it’s really a perfect place for me.”

When he’s not out catching waves, Steve spends most of his time outside of work fishing, playing music and hanging out with family. “Dawn and I have three adult children and two grandsons, all of whom live in the Bay Area, so we get together pretty often for birthdays and holidays. I also love to go fly fishing when I get a chance, as well as play bass guitar for our church worship team. I was in a Christian band for about 10 years that did prison ministry, performing for inmates throughout Central and Northern California, so music has been a pretty important part of my life.”

In regard to his life and career, Steve espouses the importance of treating others well. “Early in my career, I promised myself that if I ever went into business, I would regard people as more important than profits,” he explains. “That continues to be a core value for me, which I think is why our company feels more like a family than a business. I find when you treat people with respect and reward them—both tangibly with money and intangibly with praise—they develop a sense of pride and ownership, which results in better morale and performance.”

When asked what his future retirement might look like, Steve says he’ll have no trouble finding uses for the extra time. “I’d like to do some more traveling, surfing and fishing. I’ll also invest more time toward people, whether in my personal friendships, my church or charitable activities.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: Do you have a favorite band or musician?
A: A few of my favorites are Tower of Power, James Taylor and Weather Report.

Q: What’s your favorite thing to do on a rainy day?
A: Work out and read a good book.

Q: What’s your favorite holiday?
A: Easter, because of its religious significance.

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?
A: The Crow’s Nest Restaurant in Santa Cruz.

Q: What’s your favorite season?
A: Fall. Things get less crowded in town, but the weather is still good, as are the waves.

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Expert articles
  • Advice for Assessing Roofer Bids

    CAPITOLA — So, your house needs a new roof. You’ve received bids from three different roofers, and as you look them over, you see a lot of variation, from the scope and materials to the price. What are you to make of this? What could account for all these differences if the bids are for the same job? Which roofer is giving you the most accurate price?

    One way to gain some insight is to solicit the help of the roofers themselves to explain the differences to you. Here’s a good strategy: Hide the price on roofer A’s bid and send it to roofer B. Ask them to explain why their bid may have more merit or benefit than the other. Do the same with the proposals from roofers B and C. This will help you figure out which of the bids offers the best value.

    Another thing to look at is the level of detail each bid provides. As they say, the devil is in the details, and there are lots of things that can be missed in a proposal. A roofer that pays close attention to the details of the job is likely a better bet than one whose bid only covers minimal details.

    Also, never assume the bid with the lowest price is your best option. You always want to get a good value for your money. You don’t go to the cheapest restaurants or buy the cheapest cars, so why would you buy the cheapest roof?

    Finally, only hire a roofer that you feel comfortable with. At the end of the day, the company that has the honor of earning your trust is always your best choice.

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  • Fluid-Applied Membranes: A Great Option for Low-Slope and Flat Roofs

    Roofing technology has advanced a lot in recent years, especially when it comes to low-slope and flat roof systems. One example of this is silicone fluid-applied roofing membranes. This technology offers several advantages for homeowners with applicable roof styles.

    1. They’re affordable. Application of a fluid-applied membrane is less expensive than a traditional reroof.

    2. They have a tremendous life expectancy. Anecdotally, we’ve seen these types of roofing membranes last 30 to 40 years and even longer.

    3. They’re easy to maintain. Fluid-applied roofing membranes resist mold/mildew growth, and their silicone coatings are impervious to water.

    4. They’re energy efficient. A white, Title 24-compliant silicone membrane can significantly cool a roof’s temperature on hot days and thereby create a more comfortable environment inside the home.

    Because of these great benefits, fluid-applied roofing membranes are becoming a more popular option for residential applications. Ask your roofer whether a fluid-applied membrane would be a good choice for your roof.

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  • Deciding Whether to Repair or Replace Your Roof

    CAPITOLA — While some roofers have no qualms about selling a new roof regardless of the circumstances, an honest one will provide alternative options to replacement when possible. In many cases, a roof’s lifespan can be substantially extended through repairs, which delays the need for replacement. However, there are a couple of key factors that go into determining whether a roof should be repaired or replaced.

    One important factor is the roof’s age. Since every roof style has a specific life expectancy, knowing the current age of your roof will help you determine the best course of action. For example, if you have a 15-year-old medium shake roof, you know it’s still five to 10 years shy of its 20- to 25-year expected lifespan, so repairs would be a good investment. However, if your roof is at or beyond its life expectancy marker, repairs may not be worthwhile since you’re due for a replacement soon anyway.

    Another factor to consider is the roof’s condition. When a roof is in poor condition, repairs may not be cost-effective, especially if they aren’t going to substantially extend its lifespan. In this case, you’d be better off investing that money toward a replacement. On the other hand, if a $1,000 repair job will buy you another five years of performance, the numbers make sense.

    Keep in mind that most roofs require maintenance and repairs at some point during their lifespan. This is especially true of shake roofs, which need to be tuned up at about 12 to 15 years of age. Tile roofs also have specific maintenance needs, such as having valleys cleared of debris. So, to avoid the need for premature repairs or replacement, it’s best to be proactive about maintaining and servicing your roof.

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  • Video: How to Find a Good Roofer

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    CAPITOLA — Joe McNair: So, your house needs a new roof. You’ve gotten two or three prices, and as you’re looking at the bids from the different roofers, you’re seeing a lot of variation between the different bids. How do you sort through that? I think one thing you should consider doing many times is, solicit the help of the roofers to help explain the differences between why one guy’s price is so high and another is so low. Hide the price that’s on the contract from roofer A and send his bid to roofer B, let roofer B and do vice versa. Cover the pricing so you protect that aspect of the process. But let the other roofers give input as to why their proposal may have more merit or benefit than the other one.

    Also, pay attention to roofers who pay attention to the details of your roof. As they say, the devil is in the details and there’s a lot of things that can be missed. Roofers can miss them, some guys will catch them, but just make sure there’s been a significant attention to details as it relates to your roof.

    And remember too, that nobody does anything the cheapest. We don’t go to the cheapest restaurants, cheapest vacation, buy the cheapest cars, cheapest clothes. We always buy value for the money. So, remember this, when it comes to buying a roof, going cheap isn’t where you want to start that ethic in your life. And most importantly, only give the contract to the company that has the honor of earning your trust. So, there you go. Good luck as you find a good roofer.

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  • Video: Silicone Roofing Membranes

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    CAPITOLA — Joe McNair: The roofing industry has developed a lot over recent years, especially as it applies to a low slope or a flat roof system. In particular, we’re taking more and more advantage of silicone fluid applied membranes. For a lot of great reasons, they tend to be a lower reroof cost. Many times you can indefinitely sustain the life of your existing roof by going over it with a fluid applied membrane. These membranes are very easy to maintain, they’re hostile to growth, and the silicone coatings are typically impervious to standing water. They have a tremendous life expectancy. We’ve seen anecdotally that they last 30, 40 or even more years than that. And the other thing about them is they’re energy efficient. A white Title 24 compliant silicone membrane can radically cool the roof temperature and thereby making the comfort level of the home inside much more appealing. So, just so you know, fluid applied silicone membranes are a great advance to our industry, and perhaps something you’ll be able to take advantage of.

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  • Video: Roof Repair or Replacement?

    Complete Video Transcription:

    CAPITOLA — Host, Sarah Rutan: When dealing with a recurrent roof problem, professional insight can go a long way toward determining an effective solution. Today we’re in Capitola with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Steve Daddario of Daddario Roofing Company to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Steve Daddario: Many times we’ll go out to do an estimate for a new roof, and after evaluating the condition of the roof, we’re able to recommend repairing the roof rather than replacing it.

    Assuming that the roof was properly installed and has been reasonably maintained, each type of roofing has a typical life expectancy. If you don’t know the age of your current roof, we’re generally able to tell the age of the roof, based on its condition, within a few years. For instance, cedar shakes typically last 20 to 30 years. Composition shingle roofs can last 20 to 35 years, although the newer generation of shingles can last up to 50 years. Concrete tile roofs and clay tile roofs generally last 50 to 60 years, while [00:00:49 unintelligible] built-up roofs, such as tar and gravel, or modified asphalt roofing, typically last 15 to 25 years.

    Another good tool to determine whether or not your roof can be repaired is whether the roofing company looking at it can offer a one-year leak-free warranty on the entire roof. If they can and extend the life of your roof, then generally they’re going to recommend repairing the roof. If they can’t, then it’s probably time to put a new roof on. Having options is a good thing. And the option to repair your roof and extend its life is definitely a good thing to have.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 375 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i

Mark B.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are reliable, timely, reasonable, professional, and polite.

When I talk to somebody there, I'm talking to a real person. They always address my problems right away.

Helen P.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are the best roofers that I have worked with.

They are always so responsive and communicative. They're always looking out for us and our needs. Audrey and Nicole are amazing.

Greg L.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are honest, they stand behind their work and they are very responsive.

I liked that they stood behind their work.

Kevin C.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

4 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them. They are reliable, and they do good inspections and work.

They are reliable.

Robert G.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

5 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I guess I would say that they are pretty good. They get the job done, and if I have a deadline, they have been able to make it happen within that time.

They are good roofers that are easy to work with.

Larry H.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

6 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They have a good idea of many types of roofs and what needs to be done to restore and bring a roof back to life. I think they are perfect for anyone looking for roof work.

They are always reliable, and the quality is always really good.

Caren S.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

7 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they are responsive. They always get back to me within the day, and they get things done.

The response time is best.

Alex B.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

8 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They have been really good. The quality of the work and their availability is good.

They have been reliable with the quality of work and schedule.

Tom B.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

9 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I have recommended them to clients, and we have used them many of times. They are highly recommendable.

They are professionals, all around.

Kirsten R.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

10 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them. They are always responsive.

They respond quickly.

Dave C.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

11 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are reliable and professional.

I can trust their inspections and work.

Rose P.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

12 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them.

They have a good team, and they work hard to make sure their clients are happy.

Sue D.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

13 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are really high quality roofers. I have had nothing but good results with them.

They will make proper recommendations for work.

Pete M.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

14 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are reliable and knowledgeable.

They have good pricing for their services.

Brian B.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

15 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are quick in responding either by email or phone, they get out to the property quick, and the reports are thorough.

They are quick.

Sophie T.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

16 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell others that they are reliable and that they do a great job at a decent price.

The response time, they always get to me in a timely manner.

Bruce M.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

17 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Quality work, and they have excellent communication.

They are reliable.

Sandie R.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

18 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are responsive and personable, they come out on time, and they do a good job.

They do all of my roof inspections. I'm a realtor, and they are always on time and do a good job.

Kelly W.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

19 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They have a good team. They are really quick to respond, and they are always on time with inspections.

They are very aware of the time constraints.

Melody R.

VERIFIED Daddario Roofing Company, Inc. CUSTOMER

20 of 375

Quality 10
10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I've done 40 plus homes with them. They are the only roofing company I use. They are the most professional and fair priced. My clients are always satisfied with their service.

They just always go above and beyond. For example, I had this client last year when it was pouring rain had an issue with a leak, at no charge they went out and put a tarp over the roof until they were able to work on it. It took them hours, but it didn't cost anything.

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