Roofing Contractor Concerns
MARIBEL— A Maribel couple reached out to NBC26’s “You Ask, We Investigate” because they paid a roofing contractor $10,000 for work they insist was never done. Pastor Dan Cole says a salesman representing Dolson Contracting of Green Bay showed up at his door in September, about a week after a hail storm hit the area. The contractor promised to deal with the Cole’s insurance company and complete all the work within a few weeks. Nearly 3 months later, the Coles say the work was never started.
Cole made several attempts to contact Darren Olson and ask about why the work wasn't being done. "And I got the same of, next week we'll start, and that happened like that at least six or seven different times,” Cole said.
NBC26 called the contractor several times over a ten day period. Our messages were not returned. Dolson Contracting does not have any complaints filed against it according to the Better Business Bureau’s website. The business, however, is not BBB accredited.
Nick Cork runs Right the First Time; a Green bay roofing business. Cork says he wasn't paid for work done for Dolson Contracting Services . Cork believes the contractor is knowingly taking money to start a job and not delivering. “That's quite obvious that is exactly what he is trying to do, he says they are a licensed contractor, they are not a licensed contractor,” Cork said.
Cork and Cole both say they'll be taking Dolson Contracting to court to try and get back what they say they are owed.