I'm not going to get into details because I'm taking this to court. I install a roof for a customer who was just looking for an installer. No one knew about the roof because the company was new. Unfortunately for the lame customer I've had to deal with, the company who made the roofing product went bankrupt after only 2 years. I installed the roof to factory specs. I tried to talk this customer out of this crap roof that weighed 70Lbs per sq. But he kept insisting this is what he wanted. The states paid roofing expert wrote in his report that I had put it on incorrectly. The report changed from being my fault at arbitration when we sat across from one another. At arbitration the expert tore the manufacturer up and told us what a cheap product it was. Before closing the arbitration I asked the state's expert, "But I did put the roof on to the factory specifications right?" He replied, "yes, unfortunately your the installer. That proves no negligence on my part. So why did I lose a case on a roof I put on correctly over 4 years ago? It's the same as the owner buying a Delorean car, then he sees it doesn't perform like he thought and since Delorean is bankrupt he has no recourse but too turn around and sue the assembly line workers and win. How ludicrous can this be? Then Steven McCormick gives the stubborn old cuss double the amount the roof would cost to replace.
Straight up he screwed me and I still don't know why.
My only advice to anyone out there is that unless your a member of the Mason's, Shriners or Royal Order of Jesters, don't use this firm because you never quite know who the other person is your going up against.
If you want to know the rest of this SNAFU let me know.