A simple piece of missing shingles can quickly turn into a monster leak!
Step#1: Schedule an Inspection
Home owners tend to jump the gun to call their insurance companies without understanding their coverage. The result is usually a claim on their record without any payment from the insurance company because the cost of the damage did not exceed the deductible. However, if the damage does exceed your deductible, your insurance company will give you plenty of time to get the repairs fixed. In the state of Texas, insurance companies are legally obligated to allow 365 days from the “date of loss” for home owners to file and collect insurance proceed. So relax, don’t panic, but act with a sense of urgency because a small leak can quickly turn into a costly disaster. Schedule a Free Inspection with us so that we can begin properly documenting and taking pictures to prepare a a report should you have to file a claim with your insurance company.
Wind Damage Repairs
You can count on us to be storm ready for the fastest response!
There’s no mystery as to how Texas and Oklahoma got the name Tornado Alley. Between the two states, every year the National Weather Service Center reports over 200 wind storms every year. Since the majority of our beautiful states are bare land, most of the sever storms never make their way to local news. In fact, almost 50% of wind storms average in the range of about 45mph to 65mph. About 30% of wind storms reach a pretty dangerous speed of about 80mph. Surprisingly, less than 3% of wind storms reach or exceed a powerful 100mph. These statistics have been gathered in order to understand the different types of wind speed in different regions of our states.
Full Roof Replacement
Residential roofing, or what the roofing industry refers to as steep slope roofing, is defined as roofing materials installed on a roof with a 3:12 pitch or greater. To give you a visual understanding of a 3:12 pitch, take a standard 12 inch ruler and raise one end about 3 inches off a table. You will see that it is a very low angle or slope. Most residential roofs range between a 5:12 and a 12:12 pitch. 12:12 pitch roofs are the very steep roofs you see that you could not imagine walking on.
Most steep slope (residential style) roofing products are not considered water-proof. They are designed to shed water. As rain falls on a roof in a downward angle, the shingles allow the water to flow and run off the roof. When events such as wind-driven rain or ice forming on a roof take place, water can penetrate at an upward angle resulting in leakage.
How Our Roofing Tune Up Can Extend The Life Of Your Roof
The best way to prevent an unexpected roof replacement is to regularly maintain a roof with a simple roof repair. That’s our philosophy. It’s simple, but very effective.
Regular roofing maintenance ensures that your roof will stay strong and keep your family safe, and comfortable for years to come. You won’t have to worry about unexpected roof leaks springing up during a thunderstorm or black mold secretly growing and spreading in your attic.