Last fall, it became clear that the shingles on our house needed to be replaced. After having the roof of a vacation home redone with steel roofing, that seemed like the most reasonable, long-term solution. Several quotes were solicited, and Green Sky, with Eric were among the lower quotes. After a long discussion with Eric, the decision was made to also look at rubber roofing as a possibility. In pursuing the matter, I phoned my home insurance agent, and was told that the annual insurance premium would lower by about $100 with steel; the premium would lower by about $300 with recycled rubber. I looked at this difference as an endorsement for rubber roofing by the insurance business. When Eric dropped off samples, it became apparent that rubber was more resistant to hail and wind damage than steel. Added to that fact was that installation required full coverage of a polymer underlay over the entire roof before the rubber shingles were applied and the material was guaranteed for 50 years with a possible life of a century, rather than the 15 to 20 of asphalt shingles. We settled on Green Sky as the installer because their pricing was the lowest of all the quotes, and over the course of our discussions, I became very confident that Eric and his company would provide expert installation. On the first day of removal of the old asphalt shingles, a mistake was made. The installers mistakenly removed shingles that were only a couple of years old on a smaller upper storey. Eric and I had discussed leaving that particular area for several years, but with the intention of using the same rubber for that later installation. Unfortunately, that information was not communicated to the installation crew, and they removed the upper level shingles as well. Eric agreed that it was Green Sky’s mistake, and offered to replace the asphalt shingles with asphalt shingles of the same quality, and just charge for the installation. After discussion with he rubber roofing supplier’s sales people, Eric said that they could alternatively, use the same rubber roofing as the main roof, and he would charge the materials at their wholesale value, as well as a discounted installation charge. I agreed, and the rest of the installation proceeded without a problem. Eric also agreed to remove a steel chimney for an unused fireplace, and did not charge us. I am very pleased with the new rubber shingled roof and confident of its quality. The installation crew cleaned up after installation and left an immaculate yard! I would recommend Green Sky Roofing without reservation. You could not ask for a better company than Green Sky, for home maintenance and roof installation. Give Eric a call!