1. Why You Should Have The Roof Inspected Before Buying or Selling a Home

    Have Your Roof Inspected Before Buying or Selling a Home We have realtors and insurance agents who come to us when their clients are selling a home or are about to buy a home. They call us to come out and inspect the roof for issues prior to the sale, or during the sale.  Catch Issues Before It's Too Late It’s very important to have this done. The last thing you want is to have any unpleasant s…Read More

  2. How To Ensure You Get an Accurate Quote For a New Roof

    How To Ensure You Get an Accurate Quote For a New Roof Sometimes homeowners get confused about the laws in Texas. For example, after we have an adjuster meeting, we are often asked to give our own estimate.   Software That Enables Us To Give You An Accurate Quote   The State of Texas authorizes a software called Xactimate. Xactimate is a consistent software tool used by most of the insurers in T…Read More

  3. Why Your Roofer Should Check Your Attic During a Repair

    What We Check In Your Attic and Why We Do It Whenever you’re having your roof replaced it’s a great idea to make sure your contractor has gone into the attic before they start the job and after they finish the job.  Freon Lines One of the things they should look for is the freon line that leads to your air conditioning system. The freon line runs through your attic and out of the house. In so…Read More

  4. When You Should Replace Your Roof

    When You Should Replace Your Roof We get 1 to 2 major hail storms a year in North Texas.  It hails an average of once every 7 to 8 years at a specific address.   After the hail storm passes,  you have an inspection,  then the insurance adjuster inspects your home, it is often 4 to 5 weeks after the storm. After that, you should be safe to move forward. What To Do Before Filing an Insurance C…Read More

  5. Signs of Possible Hail Damage To Your Roof

    Signs of Possible Hail Damage To Your Roof Check Your Fence You probably didn’t realize this, but your fence is your best barometer for finding out what kind of hail you had, as well as the volume and direction of the hail. If you look at your fence after a hailstorm and find that it’s covered with little white dots, that’s all hail. We refer to this as “splatter,” because it can look li…Read More