"We met with Jose and he was very instrumental in helping us decide to go with him, to use Malarkey products (had never heard of them) as they are a local company, that makes excellent product, with an excellent warranty, geared for the Pacific NW (we get a bit of rain, moss and wind here). The product Vista AR is rated for like 110 MPH winds and has a lifetime warranty, which replacement kind of degrades at a 1/480th per month over time (so like a 40 year warrant). This is phenomenal as most shingles and roofs in the Northwest are lucky to get 10-15 years. My wife and I decided this is our "last roof" of our lifetime (we'll see, but living in the same place for another 40 years puts me at 95, I don't think so, so we went with the best) It wasn't a cheap job, and I won't quote the number of square we laid down, but I assume (based on another roof we did on a rental house) that I may have saved 6K going and shopping around. I had a good feeling about Giron, based on reviews, and Jose's approach to informing us and working with our time schedule (we had to move the team out a week, and they were accommodating as we had personal matters happening the Monday the crew was to arrive for tear off that confliced). Once the job was complete, I had a few nits that needed correcting with some flashing, drip edge and the venting. Some were easy, moving the venting from mid roof to the edge (against their recommendation) was a full day of extra work. Giron, responded, gave great service and the roof looks great, the way we envisioned and of course, we sleep at night knowing its pouring outside for Nov, Dec, January, .... and we have the top-side of our buildings tight-and-right. You may shop, you may find better pricing, but for value, which I define as Service (first), Quality second, and guarantee a distant third. I valued Giron's service, crew responsiveness, and Jose being there after the sale to follow up, and make changes as needed to give 100% satisfaction. In a world where we deal with vendors every day (we manage and run investment property), we know a good vendor when we encounter them, and they usually are worth the price you pay. Having tried to skimp, or find the lowest price vendor, we know you get what you pay for.
January 2019 - Ann M. Happy Valley, OR