We have had Armor come out to our 1930 built home twice. The first was for a roof inspection. We actually had a bad experience after another contractor came, told us we needed roof work done, and then left after we paid up front– that contractor ended up on the local news for grifting others. Armor told us there wasn’t much work they could charge us to do, gave us some things to adjust ourselves with our older vinyl siding instead of recommending total replacement. I told them I would call when it came time to do work for us, thanking them for their honesty.
Well, our gutters started to leak this year, and we needed them either repaired or replaced. We had Armor come out again. They let us know that there were two different types of gutters installed on the front and back of the house, the front needed replaced because it was far older. The back could wait. So we contracted with them to do the gutters on the front. There was a bit of a mix-up as to what kind of gutters we had contracted for and Dan, the owner, set things straight right away. It’s been extremely easy to work with this company, and I feel that they are honest. That’s something that can be hard to come by with contractors.