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Prime Roofing Inc

(719) 599-402015706 Jackson Creek Pkwy #100, MonumentCO 80132 Send email to Prime Roofing Inc

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Prime Roofing, Inc. has earned the reputation of roofing excellence, stellar customer service and the knowledge and expertise that has made us leaders in the roofing industry. We realize knowing how to build a successful relationship with our clients

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A BBB Accredited Business since 03/15/2000

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Reason for Rating

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Factors that raised Prime Roofing Inc's rating include:

  • Length of time business has been operating.
  • Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size.
  • Response to 2 complaint(s) filed against business.
  • Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business.

Customer Complaints SummaryRead complaint details

2 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 1 closed in last 12 months
Complaint TypeTotal Closed Complaints
Billing / Collection Issues1
Problems with Product / Service1
Advertising / Sales Issues0
Delivery Issues0
Guarantee / Warranty Issues0
Total Closed Complaints 2

Customer Reviews Summary Read customer reviews

4 Customer Reviews Customer Reviews on Prime Roofing Inc

Customer Experience Total Customer Reviews
Positive Experience 2
Neutral Experience 0
Negative Experience 2
Total Customer Reviews 4 Customer Reviews

Complaint Breakdown by ResolutionAbout Complaint Details

Complaint Resolution Log (2)
01/19/2016Problems with Product / Service | Read Complaint Details

I signed a contract for insurance claimed siding repair and dryer vent replacement on 3 Sep 2015. I was told the work would be completed multiple times and it still is not fixed. I have called the company multiple times and have been told multiple times that the fix would be completed within the week. I called 2 weeks prior to Thanksgiving, the week after Thanksgiving, and every week since then. After Christmas I have called every other day and been told someone would be out to fix my siding and dryer vent. Since it has been over 4 months since the contract has been signed I am filing a complaint. I need the work completed very soon as we are in the process of selling our home. I have notified Prime Roofing about selling the home. They told me on 11 Jan 2016 that someone would be out the next day. This did not occur. I called again the next day and left a message. I called on 13 Jan 2016 and was told that I would have someone fix it today and it is now 4 PM and still no fix. I assured them if it was not fixed I would submit a complaint through the BBB.

Desired Settlement
I need the work completed by 22 January. I also believe I should get the work completed at a discounted rate due to the amount of times I have been lied to about the work being completed multiple times and the length of time I have had damaged siding. I also need to know the exact date they will be fixing my house.

On 16 January 2016, Prime Roofing completed all of the siding work required by the original contract. I was happy with the resolution provided by Prime Roofing once they received the complaint. At this time, the complaint can be closed as resolved.

03/17/2015Billing / Collection Issues | Read Complaint Details

We contracted with Prime Roofing on 9-21-2014 for roof replacement only. We also contracted with All Windows & Doors, Plus, LLC for window replacement on 10-7-2014. Roof work was paid in full on 10-25-2014 per contract. Windows were paid in full and Release of Lien issued by All Windows & Doors, Plus, LLC on 11-19-2014.

Prime Roofing is attempting to collect fees for window contract, claiming they acted as general contractor for window installation. The only contracts in existence are the roof contract between homeowner and Prime Roofing, and a second contract between homeowner and All Windows & Doors, Plus, LLC. Prime Roofing was never hired nor authorized to act as a general contractor in the transaction for window replacement, nor does a written contract exist to authorize this.

Homeowner called Prime Roofing on 11-21-2014 to question billing of windows which had been previously paid in full. An explanation could not be given to the homeowner regarding details of the invoice, and office staff became angry and informed homeowner to just pay the bill, as this is "how we do it." ********** (owner of Prime Roofing) left a voice mail dated 11-21-2014 on homeowner's cell phone stating that Prime Roofing does not have a contract with the homeowner for windows. Homeowner has this recording in their possession.

Homeowner received email from Prime Roofing demanding payment of $10,142.46 and threatening to place a lien on the property should payment not be made by 3:00PM on the following day.

According to Pikes Peak Regional Building Department website (, Prime Roofing has a single trade contractor license (B-D-1) and per conversation Regional Building Department of Colorado Springs, Prime Roofing is not licensed to act as a general contractor even if we had authorized such representation.

Homeowner continues to receive threats for legal action from Prime Roofing and their attorneys, including breach of contract. There is no contract for window replacement between homeowner and Prime Roofing. Contracts exist only between homeowner and Prime Roofing for roof replacement only, and a contract between homeowner and All Windows & Doors, Plus, LLC for window replacement.

Desired Settlement
Homeowner requests Prime Roofing to cease and desist all actions of collection, and provide written confirmation that no lien is active or will be filled on homeowners property, and that no civil or any other legal actions will be pursued now or in the future.

Business Response
We would like to begin by explaining how roofing companies being the primary contractor on hail related homeowner insurance claims has become the industry standard. On nearly all hail related insurance claims the majority of the claim is roof related the small remainder being window, paint, and gutter related. This distribution of insurance claims has made it cost ineffective for larger window companies to complete insurance work. These conditions have created a market for small, sole-proprietor contractors with little to no overhead running cost to subcontract for larger roofing contractors who can afford larger overhead costs. When roofing contractors subcontract 3 or more trades the insurance company provides a 20% overhead and profit based off the gross of each trade. This helps to cover the roofing contractor's overhead costs. Prime Roofing can subcontract out each of these trades as they do not require a license or permit with the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department PPRBD. Prime Roofing clearly displays our license number at the top left of all of our contracts but do not advertise ourselves as a licensed general contractor because we do not build houses, we only provide exterior repair services.
When *********** was originally sent to the *******'s residence he offered Prime Roofing's services as a primary contractor to assist in doing her paint and replacing her windows. She denied the additional help at this time and requested only the re-roof estimate for the residence. She was provided the quote along with contact information for ***** ******* ***** from All Windows and Doors a knowledgeable and trustworthy window contractor. She contacted ***** to come and inspect her windows and provide an estimate on the insurance scope of work and asked for the remaining windows to be added into the total. Upon inspection ***** determined twelve windows had hail damage that had been overlooked by the insurance claim. Mrs. ******* asked ***** to work with the insurance company to get the necessary supplemental to pay to replace the twelve windows missed. ***** then informed her he was a subcontractor and is not set up to negotiate with insurance companies for supplemental funds. He referred her back to Prime Roofing to settle any additional supplemental for the windows. Mrs. ******* then contacted Prime Roofing and set a time for *********** to meet with her insurance adjuster. *********** then contacted ***** to provide his professional opinion on why replacement was necessary. The insurance adjuster determined that she could not verify the validity of the claim without her preferred contractor coming to review the damage. At that time she asked Prime Roofing to provide a price and scope of work estimate on the additional twelve windows. Prime Roofing's office manager emailed the original estimate from ***** with all 19 replacement windows. This estimate listed the hail damage in the center column. During the scan it became difficult to identify and separate which windows were part of the insurance claim and the homeowners request for the remaining replacements. In our findings the insurance company overpaid on the following:
2 windows @ 23 3/8 x 71 3/8 totaling $832.00
1 window @ 23 3/8 x 59 3/8 totaling $371.00
1 window @ 23 3/8 x 59 1/8 totaling $371.00
This is a total overpayment of $ 1574.00. The total amount released was $9254.00 when only $7681.00 was necessary for hail damaged items. Confusion existed because there was also a supplemental that had been submitted for the roof on the following:
25' of valley flashing totaling $104.75
125' of drip edge flashing totaling $220.00
1 air vent totaling $41.23
84' of Ridge Cap $463.68
Additionally, the office manager had considered that perhaps the insurance had released O&P on the job even though 3 trades had not been completed. Had O&P been released it would have been $1536.20 which is within variation range of the windows job.
It is Prime Roofing policy that all supplementals negotiated by Prime Roofing due to a verbal or written contract are paid to Prime Roofing. This keeps all parties honest as overpayment can occur and Prime Roofing returns any money overpaid to the insurance companies. In our 15 years of working with insurance companies we have developed a strong reputation as a trustworthy contractor by working with insurance companies on a daily basis. This policy protects our reputation, and our ability to effectively negotiate on behalf of homeowners with insurance agencies. Prime Roofing does an average of $1.6 million in only insurance work every year and would not jeopardize that for the $1574.00 of oversight involved in the *******'s case. In this instance the *******'s expected $7681.00 in supplemental payments for the windows. It wasn't until the settlement was finished at $9254.00 and Prime Roofing requested that all money be released to them until such a time that the subcontractors be paid out and the remaining balance be settled with the insurance company that the *******'s stopped all communication. To date, Prime Roofing has paid All Windows and Doors the $7681.00 involved in the insurance portion of the window replacement. It clearly states on the Certificate of Completion that ***** returned the check 13461 the *******'s are claiming to have paid him in full for work rendered. The *******'s refusal to pay Prime Roofing the supplemental funds released for work rendered and services completed has resulted in an illegal profit on loss for the benefit of the *******s themselves. Prime Roofing is only seeking the $7681.00 that All Windows and Doors DID NOT receive from the *******s that Prime Roofing paid to All Windows and Doors for the services rendered at *****************. Prime Roofing is also waiving any supplemental payments that they had been seeking in regards to the roof items listed above. Once paid in full all current legal actions in motion by Prime Roofing will be ceased. The additional amount of $1754.00 will be reported to the insurance company for them to attempt to collect from the homeowner. Prime Roofing would like to amicably resolve the issue and hopes to repair and retain positive customer relations with the ******* Household. Prime Roofing stands beside their integrity in hopes that the *******s can meet them to resolve the issue in all fairness as stated above.

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Roofing Contractors, Contractor - Flat Roof, Skylights, Roofing Service Consultants, Contractor - Metal Roofing, Commercial Roofing

Additional Information

BBB file opened: 01/19/2000Business started: 12/01/1999
Licensing, Bonding or Registration

This company is in an industry that may require licensing, bonding or registration in order to lawfully do business. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.

These agencies may include:

Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
2880 International Cir
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
(719) 327-2880

Contact Information
Principal: Mr. Peter Moran (Owner)Customer Contact: Mr. Cail Hernandez (Office Manager)Ms. Cindy Moran (Owner)
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Business Category

Roofing Contractors, Contractor - Flat Roof, Skylights, Roofing Service Consultants, Contractor - Metal Roofing, Commercial Roofing

Products & Services

New Roof Installations (New Construction)
Re-Roofs (Roof Replacements)
Roof Maintenance
Roof Repairs
Roof Ventilation

Hours of Operation
Mon: 08:00 AM to 04:00 PMTue: 08:00 AM to 04:00 PMWed: 08:00 AM to 04:00 PMThu: 08:00 AM to 04:00 PMFri: 08:00 AM to 04:00 PMSat: ClosedSun: Closed
Service Area

Southern Colorado and Douglas counties

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Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Summary

Prime Roofing Inc has received 4.3 out of 5 stars based on 4 Customer Reviews and a BBB Rating of A+.

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15706 Jackson Creek Pkwy #100

Monument, CO 80132

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