Sparks Nevada Roofing Company East Fork Roofing Awarded A+ Rating

Reno-Sparks based East Fork Roofing was awarded an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. This is the highest rating the BBB awards to a business after completing a 17-point assessment.

Sparks, United States - May 16, 2018 /PressCable/ —

May 15, 2018 – Sparks, NV: Reno-Sparks based East Fork Roofing is pleased to share that they were awarded an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. This is the highest rating the BBB awards to a business after completing a 17-point assessment.

Accreditation by the BBB is desired by businesses who strive to always deliver the best in quality and service. The rating system of the BBB is designed to be fair to both businesses as well as consumers. Each factor is allotted a certain range of scores, with the total score based on a 100-point scale. The scores are then graded and a business must achieve 97 to 100 total points to receive the A+ rating.

East Fork’s experience replacing hundreds of roofs in Northern Nevada since 2005 and its proactive communication gives them an edge over the competition. The team works throughout the Reno-Sparks area, as well as Carson City, Dayton, and Verdi. Several of its recent projects are featured on http://www.eastforkroofing.com, including work on Highland Street, Patricia Court and Omni Drive.

The company excels in the roof replacement market by doing the following:

– Improved quoting speed by using satellite imagery-based quotes.

– Proactive communication throughout the entire process.

– Providing an in-depth quality inspection at the conclusion of the job.

East Fork Roofing completes over 200 replacements each year and has become the roof replacement specialist in Northern Nevada. Its expert team prides itself on high-quality service at a competitive price. They also include a 5-year workmanship guarantee on their work. More information can be found at http://www.eastforkroofing.com.

About East Fork Roofing: East Fork Roofing was founded by Clay Davis in 2005 after 25 years of roofing experience in other companies. Then, in 2011, Mike Davis joined the team and ever since the business has been growing quickly. It is a family-owned company that has brought on additional team members in order to provide a higher level of customer service to all of the new clients it has taken on over the years. http://www.eastforkroofing.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Mike Davis
Email: office@eastforkroofing.com
Organization: East Fork Roofing
Address: 1513 Greg Street, Sparks, NV, 89431, Sparks, NV 89431, United States
Phone: +1-775-800-7663

For more information, please visit http://www.eastforkroofing.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 345410

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