I have been working as a commercial roofing contractor for the past 18 years. I know exactly what it takes to put a roof together from the smallest parts all the way to the greenprints on the table. I am one of the fastest people in the company to give estimates, so I am often the person that is sent to commercial businesses. I can look at a roof plus certainly determine what needs to be done to repair the problems. I have unquestionably looked at 10,000 unusual roofing problems during my job. I went to speak with a commercial roofing repair purchaser who wanted me to give them an estimate on some repairs at their used vehicle dealership. I wrote down all of the information for that estimate on a piece of paper plus I gave a copy of the information to the person in charge at the used vehicle dealership plus I kept a copy for myself, but very few of nights later, I got a call from the owner of the used vehicle dealership, but the guy was furious because he thought that my estimate for the commercial roofing repairs was too expensive. He tried to get me to do the repairs for thousands of dollars less than I quoted, plus there was no way that I could come down on the price. He even tried to tell me that someone else was going to do the task for less. I knew that my pal and I were going to spend at least a week on the commercial roofing repairs plus the labor plus materials are not cheap. I had to be firm in the estimate that I offered even if the contractor owner chose a unusual corporation.