Coxco Roofing Reviews and Ratings
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Great service and advice
Moez - Dallas, TX
John was thorough in his evaluation and work. He explained everything clearly and provided recommendations without forcing me to make a decision to spend money with hus company.
Quality work and comprehensive support
Alana - McKinney, TX
Coxco did a great job ensuring quality repairs for all the damages our house suffered in a hail storm. There was a lot of back-and-forth with the insurance company, and Coxco was helpful in communicating with them and informing us about our options. I am incredibly grateful for my friend’s recommendation to hire Coxco - I know if I’d gone with another company I would not have had the quality customer service we had with Coxco. I highly recommend them!
Emergency Roof Leak...Awesome Service!
Joanne - Garland, TX
Came home to a roof link today...John Cox answered my contact within minutes, helped assess the problem and came over to temporarily seal the issues to minimize the leaks - since it's still raining (shotty work by the plumbers who put in a vent system thru the roof for a tankless water heater and did not put all of the right parts or seal around the vent correctly). Will get the appropriate work done by Coxco Roofing when it dries up outside! Thank you for saving the day, John!!
Roof, gutters, screens and radiant barrier upgrade A well run and managed project overall. We’ve worked with Coxco before and would continue to work with them after this project is complete. They provide quality work, attention to detail and ensure that the client is happy with the end product.
Construction of attached garage When we purchased a new Tesla we decided our existing two-car garage was not adequate to accommodate two cars with sufficient clearance for easy access along with the storage space we wanted. Our plan was to build a new attached garage over the existing driveway, effectively lengthening the existing garage. The driveway was sufficiently long to allow a 20-foot extension to the garage while preserving 20 feet of driveway to the alley. The addition would be about three feet wider than the existing garage to allow for additional side-to-side clearance for opening car doors. The contractor we had used previously for extensive home remodeling was no longer in business, so we began a search for an alternative. After contacting multiple local contractors (all from Angie’s List), only two expressed interest. We prepared detailed sketches and a statement of work to reflect our (very specific) needs. We began working with both interested contractors to get quotes and a good understanding of their relative experience levels. It was soon apparent that one, although significantly more expensive based on initial quotes, was far more knowledgeable and experienced in the many details of the job. We chose Coxco Construction to do the work, and owner John Cox supervised the work on-site on an almost-daily basis. The work specified included: (1) Removal of the existing concrete driveway, to be replaced with a reinforced concrete garage slab and a new shorter but wider driveway (2) Construction of the new garage, to include insulated walls and attic space and brick siding (3) Roofing of the addition to match existing house roofing (4) Finishing of interior walls of both existing and new garage, to include texturing, painting and installation of baseboards (5) Installation of new electrical outlets and LED light fixtures (6) Installation of a new 100A electric service panel and Tesla charging unit (7) Replacement of backyard fencing, some of which was removed to make space for the addition and the wider driveway Other elements suggested by John included: (1) Construction of a temporary wall (with lockable door) replacing the removed garage door for security during construction (2) Addition of a “porta potty” on the construction site to support the various crews at work there (3) Replacement of our current, hail-damaged roof (more below). Demolition and construction spanned almost three calendar months. This was more-or-less consistent with estimates. There was very little idle time during that period, mostly for curing of concrete, waiting for city inspectors, weather problems and other routine events. Crews were available when needed, and backup crews were available if scheduling conflicts arose. In the process of bidding the job, John noticed significant hail damage to our roof. At his request, we contacted our insurance company and scheduled an adjuster to evaluate it. John worked with the adjuster to identify all damage, including damage to plywood underlayment that was not apparent from a surface inspection. Damage to window frames, fencing and garage door was also noted. After an initial rejection of most of the claim as “cosmetic damage,” John provided additional supporting data, including a second expert’s assessment, and the claim was approved. Thus we were able to complete the garage addition and reroof the existing house at the same time, yielding one contiguous roof over all. All roofing work (replacement and new addition) was completed in a single day with crew of about ten to avoid potential damage from expected rain storms while the attic was exposed. The garage structure included custom-built trusses manufactured off-site to support the roof and satisfy code requirements for survival in high wind conditions. The trusses were designed by a local engineering firm to assure adequate strength while preserving the low-profile roof design of the existing house. City inspections (foundation, structural, electrical) all went smoothly, with only minor issues that were quickly addressed. All inspectors were very complimentary of the quality of the work. Fencing was done using clear cedar. This is not readily available locally, and required some work on John’s part to locate the materials needed. The finished fence addition perfectly matches the structure and style of the existing fence. Matching the brick of the new addition to the existing brick was a challenge, since the existing brick was discontinued many years ago. John gave us some suggestions for brick dealers and left us to make the rounds and select what we wanted. Our choice was found at a dealer John was unfamiliar with, but a quick phone call to John was all that was needed to complete the purchase and coordinate delivery of the bricks. As work neared completion, we allowed for a bit of “creeping elegance.” The temporary wall that John created for security as noted above was retained and ehanced (but moved a bit) to create two areas within the now 40-foot-long garage. Thus, we have both garage and shop/storage areas. Other added touches (both initially unplanned) were a heat pump and an epoxy coating on the floor. Work is now complete, and all meets or exceeds our high standards. We are already planning our next remodeling job, and Coxco will be at the top of our list for that work.
I was satisfied.
Excellent workmanship, Jon negotiated well with insurance company for me and kept me advised of status of repairs.
Mr. Schaeffer is very professional. He met with the insurance adjuster and discussed the problems. They were prompt in scheduling the work and cleaned up after the job was done. We were very pleased and recommended him to several neighbors.
Most pleased and do recommend them highly.
Coxco did an awesome job on my roof. I was so pleased with their work that I will recommend them to all my friends. They were very professional and they were very helpful in helping me understand the roofing lingo…to help me make the right choices for my needs.
OUTSTANDING GAF Contractor
CoxCo is a great contractor