2150 E Greyhound Pass, Carmel, IN 46032, USA
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Built a new home last year and spent over 50k with Menards.They delivered over 10k in defective metal roofing from Midwest Manufacturing and refuse to make it right to this day.

The metal is very wavy and full of manufacturing defects you can clearly see from far away.

(This is a 500k home by the way) After months of dealing with the mail-in complaint form process they still refuse to accept responsibility or make it right.Every issue we've ever had with Lowes they have owned up to it and made it right.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

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MrSharkNasty
Hell, Michigan, United States #1350745

Doesn't look like a 500k home.More like 250-300k.

Like others have said if you're building such an expensive home why would you buy low quality product? Menards is not exactly known for high end quality. They're know for being cheap or middle of the road quality when it's listed as their best. Again like others have said if it came that way why would you use it?

Why wouldn't you make a claim prior to installing it?A lot of question marks about your complaint a lot of it just does not add up

Alan
Plover, Wisconsin, United States #1350210

If your building a half million dollar home why would you buy your steel roofing from menards. Just like their master craft doors.

JUNK!, you get what you pay for.

iowa builder
#1348351

I would be interested to know what kind of insulation was installed under this roofing. I have seen waviness like this occur on pole barns when low quality extruded foam is used directly under the steel with no room for expansion.

Not to say it's not possible that it came like this, but I have a hard time believing the contractor would have installed a roof in this condition instead of contacting the manufacturer first to prevent them from any possibility of being liable.

Either way, best of luck to you and I hope you find a good economical solution to this.

Anonymous
#1348292

Why would you have even put it up if it came in that condition? Would have had to been pretty obvious sitting on the pallet if it came that way. Did it get mishandled as it was being pulled up on to the roof?

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