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hollow

Latrobe, PA

#1 Apr 1, 2011
Don't sign up with the out of state contractors going around town call a local contractor!!! There workers are all subs and illegal immigrants. You'll be sorry.
Think about it

Pittsburgh, PA

#2 Apr 1, 2011
Why would anyone need to use an out of state contractor to work on their house? There are plenty of local contractors that can do the work and will be around if you have any problems with it. Ask yourself, will those out of state contractors be around?
hollow

Latrobe, PA

#3 Apr 1, 2011
I see Paul Harris sign's in a lot of peoples yards they put one in your yard when you sign a contract with them.
ExpertStormRepai r

Langhorne, PA

#4 Apr 1, 2011
Our company prides itself on quality and customer satisfaction. We are based in Pa. and know + abide by all local and state codes and laws. If you are in need of storm damage repair including hail damage, visit our website... www.expertstormrepair.com We are family owned and operated.... Chances are, You will see us in your neighborhood... 1-877-54-EXPERT
Local Contractor

Apollo, PA

#5 Apr 2, 2011
ExpertStormRepair wrote:
Our company prides itself on quality and customer satisfaction. We are based in Pa. and know + abide by all local and state codes and laws. If you are in need of storm damage repair including hail damage, visit our website... www.expertstormrepair.com We are family owned and operated.... Chances are, You will see us in your neighborhood... 1-877-54-EXPERT
What happens when I have a problem with flashing, and roof leaks. Do I drive to Bucks county to find you to make good on your promise.
You guys from Carlisle, and Philly are a bunch of carpetbaggers!
Here today, gone tomorrow!Some of the BS you are telling my neighbors is outright insurance fraud!
lat

Natrona Heights, PA

#6 Apr 2, 2011
ExpertStormRepair wrote:
Our company prides itself on quality and customer satisfaction. We are based in Pa. and know + abide by all local and state codes and laws. If you are in need of storm damage repair including hail damage, visit our website... www.expertstormrepair.com We are family owned and operated.... Chances are, You will see us in your neighborhood... 1-877-54-EXPERT
If you were a lawyer they would refer to you as an ambulance chaser. First and foremost no one should ever make repairs to anything without first contacting their insurance and having an adjuster look at the damage.
Blech

Natrona Heights, PA

#7 Apr 2, 2011
Info only: the Dollar General at the Lincoln Shopping Center is taking a collection of foods for a spaghetti dinner to assist tornado victims (possibly other store locations as well). There is a box positioned at the front of the store with a list of items one can contribute. I popped $2 for a box of spaghetti, for example. Some of the monies raised will go to the fire department. A good cause worth a $2 contribution (or more)!!!
ExpertStormRepai r

Conshohocken, PA

#8 Apr 2, 2011
Expert Interiors & Exteriors is one of the few companies that has zero complaints lodged against them with the BBB. Please do your research before making a decision on what contractor to use. Our office is staffed 24 hours a day. When you call the Experts, you can count on talking to a qualified and experienced representative. We are happy to help with any questions or concerns that you may have. www.expertstormrepair.com
1-877-54-EXPERT
Jake

United States

#9 Apr 2, 2011
ExpertStormRepair wrote:
Expert Interiors & Exteriors is one of the few companies that has zero complaints lodged against them with the BBB. Please do your research before making a decision on what contractor to use. Our office is staffed 24 hours a day. When you call the Experts, you can count on talking to a qualified and experienced representative. We are happy to help with any questions or concerns that you may have. www.expertstormrepair.com
1-877-54-EXPERT
Stay in your own town,we dont need you here.We have enough local companys that do fine work.
Attorney General Office

Apollo, PA

#10 Apr 3, 2011
ExpertStormRepair wrote:
Expert Interiors & Exteriors is one of the few companies that has zero complaints lodged against them with the BBB. Please do your research before making a decision on what contractor to use. Our office is staffed 24 hours a day. When you call the Experts, you can count on talking to a qualified and experienced representative. We are happy to help with any questions or concerns that you may have. www.expertstormrepair.com
1-877-54-EXPERT
I hope you are investigated by the PA AG office. Some of the roofs that you inspected did not warrant a complete new roof! Go back to Bucks County!
Expert Storm Repair

Langhorne, PA

#12 Apr 3, 2011
The comment above is only more reason for homeowners to use an experienced insurance recovery contractor. In the weeks to come more and more homeowners will find that Expert Interiors & Exteriors Inc. has helped their neighbors when other contractors could not. We specialize in dealing with the insurance companies and we will recover the funds needed to remodel your home to pre storm conditions. If you are in need of our services, which are 100% free of charge, please contact us at 1-877-54-EXPERT or visit us on the web at www.expertstormrepair.com
Get Real

Apollo, PA

#13 Apr 3, 2011
Expert Storm Repair wrote:
The comment above is only more reason for homeowners to use an experienced insurance recovery contractor. In the weeks to come more and more homeowners will find that Expert Interiors & Exteriors Inc. has helped their neighbors when other contractors could not. We specialize in dealing with the insurance companies and we will recover the funds needed to remodel your home to pre storm conditions. If you are in need of our services, which are 100% free of charge, please contact us at 1-877-54-EXPERT or visit us on the web at www.expertstormrepair.com
Telling old ladies they need a total roof repair with minimal damage is uncalled for. Go back to Langhorne. Do your damage in Jersey.
lat

Masontown, PA

#14 Apr 4, 2011
Expert Storm Repair wrote:
The comment above is only more reason for homeowners to use an experienced insurance recovery contractor. In the weeks to come more and more homeowners will find that Expert Interiors & Exteriors Inc. has helped their neighbors when other contractors could not. We specialize in dealing with the insurance companies and we will recover the funds needed to remodel your home to pre storm conditions. If you are in need of our services, which are 100% free of charge, please contact us at 1-877-54-EXPERT or visit us on the web at www.expertstormrepair.com
You help recover funds? Why are you not doing repairs based on the insurance claim? Are you telling people get work done and then turn it in? I don't see where anything needs recovered if the work is done right. When there is damage the the first thing that should be done is call your insurance agent. Then a claim is filed and an adjuster will come see the damage. The insurance adjuster writes the estimate and determins the damage and pays based on that. You are not needed in any part of process so just how do you specialize in dealing with insurace companies and what funds need recovered?

Since: Apr 11

Columbus, OH

#15 Apr 4, 2011
Unfortunately for some of us this is NOT our first experience with damage to property from storms. I had damage years ago that I was completely unaware of until I hired a proffesional contractor to inspect my property. I also was of the mindset to call my insurance company first to see what they had to say about it. Well they came out and said there was nothing wrong. After I hired a proffesional contractor who assesed damage, they changed their tune when they came out to meet with him at my home. Long story short they agreed to cover the damage to my home. I know we all pay premiums and their is a bit of trust with our insurance companies. But do we really want to rely on the person writing the check to make the right call?? Insurance companies are in the business to make money. I would have a contractor look at it first and go from there.

5th Ward Resident

“Won't you touch my sweater”

Since: Sep 10

Latrobe, PA

#16 Apr 4, 2011
STEELCITYWILL wrote:
Unfortunately for some of us this is NOT our first experience with damage to property from storms. I had damage years ago that I was completely unaware of until I hired a proffesional contractor to inspect my property. I also was of the mindset to call my insurance company first to see what they had to say about it. Well they came out and said there was nothing wrong. After I hired a proffesional contractor who assesed damage, they changed their tune when they came out to meet with him at my home. Long story short they agreed to cover the damage to my home. I know we all pay premiums and their is a bit of trust with our insurance companies. But do we really want to rely on the person writing the check to make the right call?? Insurance companies are in the business to make money. I would have a contractor look at it first and go from there.
Your story doesn't add up, because insurance companies want to cover any repair, when it is small, because, if they don't, they will be liable for lawsuits and repair, when the damage becomes greater.

Are you part of the company canvassing Latrobe trying to talk people into inspections?

What's wrong with your home, state of Ohio? where Paul Harris has a B- rating with the Better Business Bureau?
SheeYEAH

Latrobe, PA

#17 Apr 5, 2011
5th Ward Resident wrote:
<quoted text>
Your story doesn't add up, because insurance companies want to cover any repair, when it is small, because, if they don't, they will be liable for lawsuits and repair, when the damage becomes greater.
Are you part of the company canvassing Latrobe trying to talk people into inspections?
What's wrong with your home, state of Ohio? where Paul Harris has a B- rating with the Better Business Bureau?
Oh lady, go to hell.

5th Ward Resident

“Won't you touch my sweater”

Since: Sep 10

Latrobe, PA

#18 Apr 5, 2011
SheeYEAH wrote:
Oh lady, go to hell.
Look, it's JoeK, Latrobe, PA, throwing a feminine hissy fit!
carpetbaggers

Pottstown, PA

#19 Nov 16, 2012
The tornadoes/t storms in 2010 in south eastern Deleware County created alot of fraudulent if not over inflated claims and brought roofing contractors out of the woodwork/state/country.

Yes there was damaged to be REPAIRED but what wound up being replaced was bs. A few flustered shingles or flashing dings on one side of the house warrants a new roof and windows? The windows were replaced with government energy rebate incentives with which contractors used to close the deal with many homeowners who have not done or would not do squat to their house if it were not for insurance.

Contractors or adjusters shouldn't be jiggering claims or coaching the customer how to cover their deductables either.

And many of these homeowners now are all the sudden roofing experts and yet can't tell you what a hammer is. Many homeowners got mad at us and others for not getting a "free" roof like everyone else. What's the matter-guilty conscience.

Thanks to those bozos homeowners insurance for many companies has gone up in this area because of those claims filed. We are now considered a high risk area for storm damage. And alot of the damage is from homeowners that didn't do tree trimming on their own property. So insurance companies and their customers now have to pay for inflated claims and lack of maintenance/spending by ignorant homeowners.
carpetbaggers

Pottstown, PA

#20 Nov 16, 2012
Think about it wrote:
Why would anyone need to use an out of state contractor to work on their house? There are plenty of local contractors that can do the work and will be around if you have any problems with it. Ask yourself, will those out of state contractors be around?
Because the early summer June storm of 2010 dragged in alot of out of state contractors who coached homeowners how to inflate their claim and cover deductables. It only takes one neighbor/home owner per to bost how they got a new roof and windows with their insurance money. What should've been repairs wound up being replacements due to coaching from these contractors. Then the " I want a free roof and windows too " starts snow balling faster than some of the lightning that was in the storm.
dwo

Pittsburgh, PA

#21 Nov 17, 2012
I had damage to my roof and my insurance, State Farm, refused to do anything about it. I'm sure it was because of all the claims they already paid due to these shady contractors. I heard of a few actually using a small hammer to cause "hail damage".

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