This service rarely sent leads and no qualified contacts were in the ZIP Code(s) we specified and paid for in North Texas. We took a chance with Porch.com after being sold by the salesperson. Initially, we wanted to try the service for a month -- but the minimum was three. We completed a conference training and then -- poof -- our case manager disappeared, never to reach out to us again personally, just a few boilerplate emails a week later. Porch.com charged us for 4 months and it took another month and several frustrating phone calls with a tactless customer service person to secure money back that we never authorized in the first place. We did a lot of work and spent a lot of time to get refunded money that was already ours. The whole experience turned out to be a disappointing, annoying, nasty little paper cut that wouldn’t quit bleeding.
Spend your hard earned money elsewhere.
P.S. We read reviews that Porch.com populates their site with contractors that are no longer affiliated with them and it generates sales leads to Lowe’s sales people. I can’t confirm, I just read it. Hopefully Pertex Roofing is NOWHERE on Porch.com’s site anymore-that’s like having a bad case of cooties. That’s my two-cents and now I’ve got work to do, have a great day.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend