Brian McPartlon Roofing in Santa Fe, New Mexico, represents itself in the community as the premiere roofing company, but buyer beware. McPartlon bids jobs higher than they need be bid then hires day laborers to do the work, many of whom do not speak English and can not follow directions, and then the company pockets the cash earned by hiring lower wage employees than the job was bid to provide.
I lived in a house in which the company did a complete tear off (replaced the whole roof), and it was a disaster. Debris rained down on every item in every room. Rain came through the ceiling running down walls and rafters and damaging possessions. In addition, the unskilled crew shredded the electrical wires crossing the roof, didn't even know (or acknowledge) that they had done so, and then put the new roof on top of the damage. Consequently, there was no power in half of the house when the job was done. An independent crew of electricians had to come and run new wires around the peripbery of the house.
Brian McPartlon Roofing never reimbursed for their damages, nor accepted responsibility, but were happy to collect their $40,000 fee for the roof, a ridiculous amount for a less than 1500 square foot house/roof.