All American Roofing
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The company has also worked to convert older, larger subdivisions from wood shingles to GAF laminates. "We've been very proactive in helping homeowner's associations reword restrictive covenants in such a way that laminates such as Timberline will meet the guidelines," Neil says.
AARI offers homeowners the complete GAF package for a more finished look. "Our customers often choose our company because of the number of extra options we include in each project," Neil says. "For example, we always include Z Ridge on all laminated jobs because we want our projects to look better. We believe that if we spend a few more dollars to make our projects look better, it will sell our next job. Our customers recognize this and regularly refer us to their friends and neighbors," he explains.
Neil credits All American Roofing's success to the "good team effort" of his employees. "We're continually training our people to use the most current techniques. The attention to detail fosters a level of trust from our customers.
Over the years, AARI has grown a favorable reputation along with GAF because both companies are considered quality- and service-oriented companies. "GAF's done such a good job that many homeowners won't hire a contractor who doesn't offer GAF," Neil says. "By offering GAF products, we establish credibility in the homeowner's eyes. GAF has the best products in the market."
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TIPS ON HOW TO CHOOSE A ROOFING CONTRACTOR
Roofing advice from the National Roofing Contractors Association
1. Insist on the use of quality materials and service after the sale.
2. Don't assume the lowest bid is always the best deal.
3. Make sure you read and understand all financing and contractual terms.
4. Check references and the reputation of the contractor.
5. Verify insurance coverage. Our estimators bring a certificate of our workers workmans' compensation insurance coverage with them.
6. What does the warranty from the contractor really cover? Most other roofers exclude coverage on interior damage from roof leaks.
7. Does the contractor have a permanent place of business?
8. Verify the contractor's number of years in business and time in the community.
9. Is the contractor a member of roofing organizations and the Better Business Bureau?
10. Choose a company committed to the safety and education of its workers.
ALL AMERICAN ROOFING, INC. OFFERSOver 25 years in the community Fully insured Thousands of happy past customers List of homeowner and business references Office/showroom and warehouse all owned and operated by All American Roofing Official member of the Better Business Bureau All crews are All American Roofing certified crews All supervisors, estimators and most of our personnel are certified as Master Shingle Applicators
All American Roofing is also a company strongly involved with our community. We sponsor many charitable activities and events. We are members of the Better Business Bureau in both Oklahoma City and Tulsa. We have been honored for "Excellence in Customer Service" by the BBB. We have been recognized as one of the top 100 roofing companies in North America.
All American Roofing has been featured in a variety of publications, including RSI Magazine, The Daily Oklahoman, The Greater Tulsa Reporter and The Point (OKC Chamber of Commerce).
Neil Cagle, President of All American Roofing, was known for teaching business when he started his own small re-roofing firm during the summer of 1981. When his accountant informed him he was making more money in the summer, he gave up teaching. Today, Cagle's company has advanced all the way to being recognized as being one of the top roofing companies in America.
"Our roofers nail everything so there are fewer problems with wind damage and leaks," Cagle says. "The greater attention to detail through the exact placement of nails is one of the keys to how to put a roof together."
Roofing is a physically hard job with long days in the summer for the estimators, supervisors and punch-out men. "The secret of our success?" asks Cagle. "If I had to get pinned down, it is the right people properly trained for every stage of our job.
"We know how to supervise setting up, then tearing off a roof, taking care of the property, then installing correctly. Our customers trust us to look out for them," he says.
"We have adapted all the time with experienced roofers to thoroughly scope out the jobs and good estimators to detail the jobs. Because customer satisfaction comes first, we then provide the best technical roof."
Cagle has advice for those considering having their homes re-roofed: “Ask for references, make sure the roofer is registered with the state, do not pay upfront, request insurance certification with proof of workmens' compensation AND liability insurance.”