Serving: Windsor, Loveland, Fort Collins, And Northern Colorado
My previous 14 years as a claims adjuster with State Farm already had me climbing a large number of roofs every year. When the time came to explore the market for a job that was more secure than being a claims adjuster, transitioning over to the roofing industry just made sense! My knowledge of the insurance industry is a huge asset in my current job with Anchor.
The Anchor Roofing Difference is that as project managers we all truly care more about helping our customer than driving up the profit margin. We pride ourselves on being competitive with pricing, intentional about not driving up costs within insurance claims, concerned with what our customers have to pay out of their own pockets and determined to provide the very best service and products for reasonable costs.
There are too many things I love about my job to list them all but here are my top 3: Getting to meet new people and make great connections with my customers, Knowing I can put my skills to use helping people and being able to take my dogs to work with me!
Outside of work I love to spend time with my family, especially my Husband Kacey and our children. We love to get outside camping, hiking and traveling any time we can. Our three dogs also keep us plenty busy! If I get a chance to have any quiet time I am probably doing Pilates or crocheting something.
My advice for anyone trying to select a roofer would be to listen to your gut! If the person you are talking to is being pushy, high pressure or trying to “call the shots” you need to take a deep breath, remind yourself that YOU are the boss in this situation because it is YOUR house and politely ask the pushy person to move along…then go ahead and give me a call!
Have you ever been sold a service and felt buyer’s remorse throughout the entire process? In the roofing industry, that can be very common. And we’ve found that the #1 reason this happens is because homeowners are usually passed from the sales rep, to an account manager, and to another account manager (in some cases 4 to 5 employees!). All the while important information about your home is lost in translation, expectations are not met, and another poor roofing experience is created.
That’s why Emily will be your one Project Manager throughout the entire process. From the initial inspection to the final walkthrough, you will work only with Emily. We run our roofing business the way we would personally liked to be treated. And we know you will appreciate the same level of service.