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Old 11-06-2018, 09:05 PM   #1
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Default Roof work at Center Harbor Market

Check before you pull in or leave in and around Heaths super market while they are doing the roof, cost me $186 for a new tire on saturday GOT NAILED . looked around for other nails but couldn't find any so it is hard to prove to them (the roofers) that it was them
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Old 11-07-2018, 09:12 AM   #2
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How can it be hard to prove if they are roofing nails, which are different from other types of nails?
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Old 11-07-2018, 10:08 AM   #3
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You would think a roofing contractor would spend a few bucks and buy a broom with a magnetic bar across the front for use in just such occasions.
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Old 11-07-2018, 12:20 PM   #4
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Arrow When at Dollar Tree...

Following Hurricane Irma, nails in tires were a common complaint. I managed to pick up two in new tires. Repair shops were backed up, so I went to Dollar Tree and bought a repair kit. ($1). It took a lot of muscle to drive those two "fixers" through the steel belts, but I fixed both tires. (They're still fixed!)

Amazing that those "plug" repairs can be done with the tire on the car--the tires don't lose much pressure--and could be driven to an air-pump station.
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Following Hurricane Irma, nails in tires were a common complaint. I managed to pick up two in new tires. Repair shops were backed up, so I went to Dollar Tree and bought a repair kit. ($1). It took a lot of muscle to drive those two "fixers" through the steel belts, but I fixed both tires. (They're still fixed!)

Amazing that those "plug" repairs can be done with the tire on the car--the tires don't lose much pressure--and could be driven to an air-pump station.
Someone needs to tell FLL about this, that's a great deal !
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Check before you pull in or leave in and around Heaths super market while they are doing the roof, cost me $186 for a new tire on saturday GOT NAILED . looked around for other nails but couldn't find any so it is hard to prove to them (the roofers) that it was them
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Bob Jones here....I'm on the board at Senters and we will make that right by you. So sorry that it happened. Give me a PM and thanks for shopping with us.
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.....and, while you're there getting that flat tire plugged by Samiam, go have a freebie cup of Vermont Coffee Roasters coffee ... available in your choice of five or six different flavors .... ON ME ...... understand! ..... as long as you are a Heath's Super-Duper shopper ..... and get it in the white plastic, el cheapo foam cup ..... otherwise that luxurious paper cup will cost you 50-cents!

As someone who summers in a mega, mega, mega multi-million dollar, Lake Winnipesaukee mansion ...... that Lake & Lodge dark brew is my preferred cup of coffee in the styrofoam cup! ...
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Bob Jones here....I'm on the board at Senters and we will make that right by you. So sorry that it happened. Give me a PM and thanks for shopping with us.
Now that is a classy response from someone who knows how to treat customers and deal with issues in a positive manner. Well done.
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..... bet you my dollar to your nickel that it's the roofing company that will be paying for the tire(s) ....... and it is a very large roofing replacement job, too ..... like, a huge, huge, asphalt, formerly 3-tab shingle roof covering a huge area of endless roof .... accidents like this are not too unusual with commercial roof jobs .... something slides off the roof and creates a problemo.
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Old 11-09-2018, 07:34 AM   #11
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..... bet you my dollar to your nickel that it's the roofing company that will be paying for the tire(s) ....... and it is a very large roofing replacement job, too ..... like, a huge, huge, asphalt, formerly 3-tab shingle roof covering a huge area of endless roof .... accidents like this are not too unusual with commercial roof jobs .... something slides off the roof and creates a problemo.
What I think happen is because there is a cluster of nails that they were changing out what was left in the gun with a full clip at the end of the day and left the remaining either on the bumper or side box of the truck and then drove out because it wasn't close to the building but in the driveway . Just a guess, doesn't stop me from shopping there just makes me look on the ground driving in watch out I won't be looking forward.....lol
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