Community Praises Clinton Township Roofers

July 10, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Clinton Township, Michigan based Miller's Home Improvement recently received yet another glowing customer review for their roofing services. The company offers a broad selection of services backed by 30 years of experience in the industry. They are considered one of the best companies in the area.

The review in question was written by Johnny B., through the Google review platform, where he says that the company produced, "Very professional, on time, quality work. The clean up was immaculate, with the best pricing around. Can't recommend them enough."

This review is only a single example of the high praise that the company has drawn for their efforts, and this is illustrated by the fact that they have achieved a perfect review score of 5/5 Stars. In another review, customer Ken Whitley complimented the company’s reliability and craftsmanship, "Eric and his team at Miller's Home Improvement did an exceptional job replacing our entire roof, including a skylight. We solicited multiple quotes, ultimately choosing Miller's Home Improvement based on others' recommendations. Eric was timely and thorough in communicating before, during, and after the project. Minor issues were professionally discussed and quickly addressed."

The local contractors take enormous pride in receiving such outstanding support from the community. Company founder Eric Miller asserts, "It means a great deal to us whenever someone takes time out of their busy schedules to write a positive Miller's Home Improvement Customer Review. We always consider it an event worth celebrating because it’s an undeniable sign that we have improved their lives and homes in a way they are deeply grateful for. Each review is also an opportunity to consider the state of our own practices—and whether we can spot any places to improve. Since we’re always taking steps to deliver a great product and great customer experience, we take our customer feedback incredibly seriously, even when it seems to have nothing negative to say. Our client's satisfaction means everything to us, and we thank them for their support."

Miller's Home Improvement asserts that their success is due largely to their extensive experience in the field, combined with their dedication to serving their community. They add that another key factor to their success is their outstanding team of passion-driven experts who share the same commitment. Miller states, "Quality, reliability, and personalized customer service is our greatest pride. We put our reputation on the line when someone contacts us in Clinton Township, as we're already committed to resolving their concerns from the first moment we interact with them.”

Furthermore, the company asserts that they are able to offer roofing solutions for any project, no matter how large or small. This includes everything from complete roofing replacements to the smallest repair services. Miller says, "We personalize each roof based on our customer’s needs and the needs of the roof itself. We have the ability to do any and all types of residential and commercial shingle roofs, no matter the size or difficulty."

The Clinton Township Roofers additionally make it a point to stay up to date on their insurance and licensing. The company warns members of the public that while it may seem tempting to go with a company whose prices are significantly cheaper than all others in the area, it is likely that the company is not properly licensed or insured. This places a lot of undue risk on the customer’s behalf, especially since there is no guarantee that the company in question has the expertise necessary to carry out their work efficiently and safely.

However, Miller’s Home Improvement notes that there are other aspects to consider when hiring a roofing contractor, as a company's experience and licensing do not necessarily ensure their professionalism. The best way to learn about a company, including the quality of their services and attention to detail, is by consulting their reputation online with past customers. A good number of positive reviews and local recognition are good indicators that a company provides a solid, all-around service.

Miller's Home improvement’s own services are available to the communities of Detroit, Macomb, Sterling Heights, Southfield, St. Clair Shores, Troy, Royal Oak, West Bloomfield, Warren, Clinton Township, and Dearborn. The company offers both residential and commercial roofing services.

To learn more about Miller's Home Improvement, interested parties may contact Eric Miller. They may also visit the company's website for further information, or connect with them through their social media platforms to stay up to date with their latest news and announcements.

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For more information about Miller's Home Improvement, contact the company here:

Miller's Home Improvement
Eric Miller
248-242-0820
Millersamericandream@gmail.com
42383 Garfield Rd Suite 381300 Clinton Township, MI 48038

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