Roof.Net Is Proud to Share a Newly Received 5-Star Review

November 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Roof.Net is a Northern Virginia based roofing contractor that has worked hard over the years to maintain a stellar reputation. They bring over 45 years of professional roofing experience to the local community. The company prides itself on being dependable, honest, and professional. That is reflected by the fact that they are one of the most favorably reviewed roofing contractors in all of America. The acclaimed roofing contractor was particularly proud of a recent 5-star reviewed they received. That review can be seen here at https://goo.gl/maps/4uLEBV8WNWvT9oLcA.

In the review, customer Alis W. had this to say about the roofing work that Roof.Net did for her, “Ken replaced our roof and did a great job. His crew was professional, worked hard, and finished the job in one day. The roof looks great. He is also very responsive to questions and easy to reach via phone. I had also worked with Ken before for some roof leaks on my old roof and he provided fast, same-day service.”

Ken Briesemeister, the company owner, said this about what it means to repeatedly get 5-star reviews like this one, “We at Roof.Net have always been a company that is 100% focused on satisfying our customers. That includes everything from doing quality roofing work to offering reasonable roof service prices. We also strive to provide every single customer that we serve with outstanding customer service. When we get 5-star reviews like the one, we know we are accomplishing what we set out to do.”

The review found at the above link was posted on the Roof.Net’s Google Map Page and Business Listing. It’s just one of 379 reviews that can be found on that page. The overall review score on all these reviews is a very impressive 5 out of 5 stars. That is something that not many businesses can claim on such a large number of reviews.

That’s not the only location where several reviews on the company have been posted either. There are several that can be found on BirdEye at https://birdeye.com/roofnet-151094828778589. Here, there are some 614 reviews that have been left by customers that the company has served. Once again, their overall rating on these reviews is a very high 5 out of 5 stars.

Here is an example from those reviews. Stevan Miller wrote, “Ken Briesemeister and his team are the best in the business! From start to finish we were 100% happy with our experience working with Ken and his team. We love our roof and recommend Ken and his team to everyone. You're are in professional, experienced and trustworthy hands when working with Ken!”

Roof.Net is not only highly thought of by those that have used their roofing services. They have also received several national awards for service and high ratings from business overwatch groups. This includes such things as an A+ rating from the area’s Better Business Bureau and the national Best of the Best in Service Award for 4-years running. They were also awarded for being one among the top local businesses’ in the State of Virginia last year.

The company is best known for its high-quality roof replacement work. They take on both large and small size residential re-roofing projects. Briesemeister also stated that they only use top of the line materials when doing any type of roof replacement project. Roof.Net also offers free roof inspections and features a large variety of financing options. Other services they offer include emergency roofing services and minor roof repairs that are often done on the same day that a customer calls them.

For more detailed information on this roofing company and to see more reviews, one can visit their website at https://roof.net. The website provides several different options for contacting this roofing contractor. They include phone, email, and a quick response form that a customer can fill out right on the website.

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For more information about Roof.net, contact the company here:

Roof.net
Ken Briesemeister
(703) 303-8546
contactroof.net@gmail.com
Roof.net
4094 Majestic Ln
Fairfax, VA 22033

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