Born & raised in Philadelphia, Greg brings a lifetime of real estate & construction related industry knowledge to the Bonner organization, beginning in 1969 when he acquired a New Jersey real estate broker's license. During the 1970's he worked for a major builder in land acquisition, development, & marketing before moving on to a new career in remodeling in 1986. Now entering his fifth year at Bonner Built, he has proven to be a reliable & dependable guide, helping his clients through all the stages of construction & paperwork.
The owner of this home asked us to look at the roof. We determined that he had bad wind damage. He's worked with other roofers before but they weren't successful. We filed the claim and met the adjuster. The entire roof was approved for wind damage repair.
Customer had severe wind damage to their roof and was brittle in several places. Filed claim through insurance company.
A customer had wood and hail damage. After our inspection, we determined that the roof could not be simply repaired, and instead needed to be fully replaced. We wrote an estimate that was approved and installed a whole new roof for this homeowner.
The customer had minor wind damage and when they removed the shingles, there were signs of more damage. Our inspector was able to go over every detail and create an accurate estimate for the repairs so that it could be filed with Insurance. The claim was filed with the insurance company and the lucky homeowner was able to have the work done.
The customer had a bit of damage to the roof and the plywood underneath. We inspected the roof for any and all damage and wrote an estimate for the replacement. An insurance claim was approved for roof replacement.
A customer had significant wind damage throughout the roof. Went through the insurance company and was approved for a roof replacement. We expertly removed the old damaged roof and installed a brand new one.
Customer was referred by a family member and upon inspection we found there was a lot of wind and hail damage. Claim filed and approved for a new roof installation.
the customer was a referral and asked us to look at their roof. we did our inspection and found wind damage with the potential threat of further damage. so we filed with insurance to get them a new roof and it was approved.
A customer had hail damage. Bonner Built was able to fully replace the roof for the homeowner. If you need an estimate for your storm damaged roof, call Bonner Built today!
Customer had leaks in 2 bedrooms and bathrooms and got insurance was approved for a total roof replacement.
There was several pieces of cedar torn off and roof shingles and was approved for a total roof replacement.
Customer asked us to look at their roof and we found wind damage. the customer was going to pay out of pocket rather than go through insurance so they could sell their house. but the customer ended up going through her insurance company and got her roof replaced.
The customer asked us to look at their roof. During inspection, we found large amounts of hail and wind damage. We filed with the insurance and the customer only had to pay the deductible to get a new roof.
the customer was a referral from a neighbor and asked us to lookat their roof. we did an inspection and found wind damage in several spots on their roof. we filed a claim and were able to get them a new roof.
customer had minimal damage to the roof. Instead of filing a claim, the customer will pay for his own repairs.
The customer had an inspection done on the roof and due to age and heavy wind damage, the insurance company approved for a total roof replacement. We completed a whole roof replacement for this homeowner.
A customer was in the looking to get their roof inspected when we contacted them. Based on the excessive wind damage, we filed with the insurance company and was approved for a total roof replacement.
The customer had significant wind damage to their roof. An insurance claim was filed and approved for a roof replacement.
Customer had a leak on their porch roof and was approved for a repalcement.
After a throrough inspection, customer had a lot of storm damage and was approved for a total roof replacement.
Customer had little damage from storms and was able to get the insurance company to agree to replacement.
Customer had excessive amounts of storm damage to his roof and after second round of inspections, customer was approved for a total renovation.
This Customer in Cumming GA asked us to inspect their roof. We found spots of wind and hail damage. After we filed with the insurance company the customer was approved for a new roof.
Customer was showing signs of wear and tear and asked us to take a look at their roof. After inspection, we concluded that the customer had holes in their shingles due to some heavy hail which caused dark spots to form on their roof. We filed the claim with the insurance and the customer was able to get their roof replaced.
Customer asked us to inspect their roof and we were able to find several spots of wind damage. We filed the claim and they were approved for a new roof.
Customer was referred to us by one of his neighbors and asked us to take a look at their roof. After inspection, we concluded there was several spots of wind and hail damage. customer was approved for a total roof replacement.
Customer had a leak in their home and asked us to inspect their roof. We concluded the leak was caused by a lot of hail damage to the roof in one spot of the roof. Customer was approved for the total cost to replace the roof.
We were asked to look at the customers roof due to the age and certain concerning areas on the roof. So after inspection, we found wind damage to one side of the roof that was worse than others and because of this, we were able to get the customers roof replaced.
The customer was showing signs of roof damage and asked us to take a look. We were able to find wind and hail damage and sent the claim to their insurance. The customer was approved for a new roof.
the customer was showing signs of a leak in their ceiling and a neighbor of theirs referred them to us. we inspected the roof and found storm damage that did a good bit of damage to the back and the sides of the house. so we filed a claim with insurance and were able to get them approved for a total roof replacement