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Phoenix Roof Replacement

Mikku and Son's offer many types of residential roofing options in Phoenix Arizona and the surrounding metropolitan. We work with building owners, realtors, property management companies, and insurance companies.
Chris Montgomery
Chris Montgomery
Excellent work, timely communication, great price, overall outstanding experience. Highly recommend
Robert DiPrimio
Robert DiPrimio
I highly recommend this company. The coating on my roof was failing and they provided expert advice to repair and prevent leaks. The work was completed over a few days and I received a fair competitive estimate for the work. Overall, very pleased.
Bradley Petroff
Bradley Petroff
Mikku&Sons did a outstanding job on replacing underlayment on my roof they were very professional and did the job in a very timely manner. I would highly recommend using this company for any of your roofing needs.
Damian Larson
Damian Larson
Responsive and timely work. High quality
Pete Grimes
Pete Grimes
Our roofing job was great. The crew was totally professional. The job was not rushed and was skillfully completed. Every phase was explained to us. Our roof looks brand new again.
A snafu happened during the job, but it was addressed and taken care of immediately. Mikku is a family run business and has old-fashioned integrity, and I would recommend them to anybody replacing their roof.

Roof Replacement Services You Can Trust

Replacing a roof on your home is something you may only have to do once or twice. 

Most homeowners don’t have knowledge in roof materials and hiring roof replacement contractors, so it's a good idea to be patient and do your research on roof replacement services. 

The BBB warns property owners whose home suffers damage from our extreme monsoon storms to not let disaster repeat itself.  It’s a hard, sad fact that fly-by-night roofers come into the valley after a nasty storm, along with many professional and qualified companies. 

The scammers rip off as many homeowners as possible, then scurry back out of town.

“Property owners should be wary of unlicensed contractors that flow into their neighborhood. The Better Business Bureau knows from past experience that after a severe storm, fly-by-night operators will try to steal money from victims, saying they’ll purchase materials, then take off out of town, to never be seen again,” said the President of the BBB.

“Never pay for a job upfront; don’t sign anything until you are ready to hire, and make sure to carefully read and get a duplicate of anything you sign.”

Be patient when choosing a roofing contractor.  Doing research beforehand should mean better quality work, equalling a quality job at a better value.

Roof Replacement Service Contractors With Experience

To find an experienced, honest roofing service contractor, the BBB urges property owners to pay attention to the following suggestions:

  • If you don’t have a relationship with a trusted company, you should get quotes and proposals from several contractors, being sure that the fine details of each quote are equal. Ask the contractor to quote weight per square for composition asphalt shingles.  This allows the homeowner to judge the quality of the materials — the heavier the weight per square, the higher the quality.
  • Get business cards and the main company address of the roofer.
  • Get a reliability report on the company by checking with the BBB or find it online at www.bbb.org. You can search by company name, phone number or address. To get an entire list, search by business class using “Roofing Contractors”. Research how long the contractor has been in business – If they were around before the storms they will probably be here after the storm has past.
  • Be sure the company has a listing with the Registrar of Contractors. Make them obtain a permit for your roof from the city, if its necessary, and make sure its included in the written quote.  A bond might protect you against shoddy workmanship that doesn’t comply with building codes, but it might not protect you if the contractor doesn’t complete the project.
  • Ask for references and be sure to check them. Call their previous customers and look at a project that the company has completed recently thats similar to yours. And also, if possible, another one that was completed several years ago.
  • Ask if they would be willing to submit any disagreements about workmanship or service to third party arbitration, and, if so, get this in writing through the estimate.
  • Be careful of unscrupulous roof repair businesses that are looking for work in unmarked trucks and asking for payment in advance of the job. Don’t fall victim to high-pressure sales pitches like “the quote  is only good for today.”

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