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Critical Roofing Crisis Averted

Two weeks before roofing on Vida was scheduled to begin, we got the devastating news that our roofing subcontractor was closing its Denver office and would not be available to start the job.

Replacing this subcontractor would cause at least a six-week delay of skin installation and final dry-in.

Rather than settling for the second-place, higher-priced, and longer-schedule roofer, Pinkard began negotiations with the national office of our local, out-of-business roofer.

The situation rapidly progressed from “Just sue me!” to eventually seeing possibilities in sending crews to Denver from out-of-state. Eventually, the national office supplied crews from Idaho. As the Idaho crew prepared to mobilize, we got everything ready to go so they could commence immediately.



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