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KRDO investigates lawsuits against neighborhood roofing contractor

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KRDO investigates lawsuits against neighborhood roofing contractor

COLORADO SPRINGS, C – We’re investigating complaints in opposition to a neighborhood roofing contractor “Aspen Peaks Roofing” based out of Colorado Springs.
“It’s really disheartening which you can’t agree with human beings,” stated Kayle Higinbotham, gazing her roof that also sits unfinished.
“The fire got truely close,” stated Higinbotham, pointing to the Waldo Canyon burn scar behind her assets. “We’ve been via this and the floods, and now this nightmare.”
Higinbotham’s describing the mess she’s in after paying Aspen Peaks Roofing to restore her roof after those torrential summer season hail storms.
“I hired [Nathan Hardage] back in August and our settlement become we’d get this achieved before the iciness snow,” Higinbotham stated.
But did that manifest? Not pretty. Higinbotham stated she paid Hardage $21,000 but best got stuck with a portion of her roof taken off and left that manner for 4 months at some stage in the winter.
“Then we had leaking from all those heavy storms, it changed into terrible,” she said.
Kayle stated after infinite calls, Hardage subsequently sub-gotten smaller Total Roofing to complete the activity, due to the fact he did not have the proper permits to do it himself.
But, according to that Adam Fox with that business enterprise, they in no way were given paid.

 


KRDO requested Fox how plenty Nathan owed him.
“About $21,500,” said Fox.
Note: We’ve due to the fact that heard from Hardage who said he has paid Fox.
So our group referred to as Hardage directly to pay attention his aspect, asking without delay if he had any goal on paying Adam Fox back.
“Yes, I do,” stated Hardage.
It’s been numerous months, so we puzzled further when that changed into going to manifest, however in our first interview, Hardage directed us to his attorney. KRDO called his lawyer and are waiting to hear lower back.
But, after doing more digging, our group discovered Aspen Peaks Roofing has an “F” rating with the Better Business Bureau. Plus, numerous complaints with the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department.
“The quantity of trouble he is placed us all through, no longer most effective emotionally, however financially, our time, cash, and strength,” said Higinbotham, who is nevertheless caught with broken gutters, and each her skylights and a portion of her roof left exposed.
Note: Nathan Hardage did call our crew again once more and said he has taken care of the scenario, given Total Roofing has completed the work needed to complete Kayle’s domestic.