Needham Roofing Inc
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Needham Roofing Inc

Needham Roofing Inc
5485 Belt Line Rd Ste 380, Dallas TX, 75254 USA
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Overview

About Us

This commercial contractor is a GAF Factory-Certified Contractor.GAF trains and tests thousands of the best roofers in the country and makes sure they're appropriately licensed and insured so they can offer the best guarantees and warranties.

At-A-Glance
Member Since:
6/28/2010
Certifications & Awards

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Customer Reviews

Google
3.7 (10)

Google Reviews

Contractor reviews from customers on Google

  • "This company is not built on principle and definitely not integrity.. This company did work in my community and caused damage to my car. I’m sure without video evidence they would of denied it, but it’s clear as day ! Foreman came out (I was at work looking on camera) before he assessed damage his concern was where the camera was! Every time I call it’s “ I will have someone call you back” , seen the foreman his reply “my boss should reach out soon” yet to hear anything or have my wrong corrected ! But judging by the reviews I just read it all seems to make since . I just want the scratches off my car that your employees caused"

    - M.P, Apr 23, 2022

  • "Used them 8 years ago for six residential buildings. Within 5 years each building had at least one leak. Now most buildings have at least two leaks, and shingles are routinely flying off in rainstorms. I have had to caulk and seal down many places on the roofs to try to stem the leaking roofs. Roofs also have "waves" in them where there are visual dips in the roofs. Must have used inferior materials. Was okay for about 5 years, but I was hoping to get at least 15 to 20 years of good service from these roofs. For the price, should have gotten longer lasting work that should have stayed sealed down. Update 9/16/20: two more leaks! Egads, such poor longevity and workmanship. Update 3/18/21: Multiple ridge line shingles blew away, and a giant section of about 10x10 blown up or away. Saw many shingles where the plastic strips were never removed to allow the shingles to seal down. No wonder they lifted and blew away! Gutters they put back were level or reverse pitched!! Boy, was I ripped off."

    - R.F, Mar 19, 2021

  • "Used them 8 years ago for six residential buildings. Within 5 years each building had at least one leak. Now most buildings have at least two leaks, and shingles are routinely flying off in rainstorms. I have had to caulk and seal down many places on the roofs to try to stem the leaking roofs. Roofs also have "waves" in them where there are visual dips in the roofs. Must have used inferior materials. Was okay for about 5 years, but I was hoping to get at least 15 to 20 years of good service from these roofs. For the price, should have gotten longer lasting work that should have stayed sealed down. Update 9/16/20: two more leaks! Egads, such poor longevity and workmanship."

    - R.F, Sep 16, 2020

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