We purchased a home that had been neglected (which is common nowadays). We expected to repair the usual items, paint, carpet, appliances etc. After these items had been addressed, we entered the rainy season in Florida. Sure enough, the roof had two substantial leaks. Of course we discovered this after the ceilings had been repaired and repainted. We contacted the original contractor who had done the repair work a year previously and did not get any action. In fact, not even a call back. We were fully prepared to pay but still no call. I got in contact with Rizzo Roofing. Within a day, Tony (the owner), was climbing all over my roof showing me his concerns that needed addressing. He gave me a detailed quote later that same day which I approved. Within two days he was back with his team. He expected it to take about 4 hours…instead it took about 8 hours after uncovering substantial problems.However, being an honest business man, he stuck to his original Quote. Tile roofs are especially hard to work on because of all the layers involved and getting even the slightest crack or pinhole plugged in the membrane under the tile itself. After the job was completed, we had yet another record storm with torrential rain, a slight leak came back. The Rizzo Team returned the very next day during yet another rain soaked afternoon and worked until they found the final leak. Again, no extra charge. It is becoming so difficult to find people to do things around your home that you can trust. Rizzo Roofing is one of the few I found. I would highly recommend them to anyone with roofing problems. They are experienced, professional, polite and stand by their work. They work hard, stick with it and get the job done. Although they might not be the cheapest in town, I believe they are the most fair considering the quality of work and their willingness to come back. Besides, “cheap” is not a good thing when you are getting the most important component of your home repaired. Give them a call, you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
Jul 11, 2012 by Kevin Kent