The first employee wanted to give an estimate over the phone by me sending other contractors’ measurements, etc. This made me leary at first. But then Jay, one of the owners, stepped in. He was an absolute pleasure to work with. A bit late, but this could have been a communication error, since the first employee had told me his “guy” was 5 minutes away. Jay was thorough, honest and professional. When asked about a shingle upgrade after the initial estimate was made, the increase was reasonable. If not for a personal referral to another contractor from my neighbor, I would have been comfortable using Above It All Roofing. Words of advice to everyone looking for a new roof. Make sure you’re comfortable with whomever you select and you trust them. Price isn’t everything – peace of mind is also important. Pay attention to wood replacement prices (especially with tear off) and add about 10% of your total roof area in linear feet of fascia to get a realistic final ESTIMATE so as not to cause a heart attack if and when the change order comes. For example, our roof is about 2600 sf. so take 10% of 2600 or 260 Lf of replacement wood, multiply by fascia price and add to written estimate. Some will have more (sorry) and some will have less (great), but hopefully there won’t be too many bad surprises. Good luck to all!