Do you have questions about your roof and want someone you can actually talk to? At Land Enterprises Roofing, we pride ourselves on excellent customer service!
Our customers aren’t just people who need us to work on their roofs. Realtors, insurance agents, and property managers are also our customers. Part of excellent customer service is making sure your customers know just who they’re dealing with, and the roles each person plays along the way.
We consider ourselves a team. When you call our office, 1 of 5 people may answer the phone. All of our team members are well-trained and more than capable of answering your questions. So, without further ado, meet the Land Enterprises Roofing crew!
Brian Land is the Owner. He founded the company in 1986 and is a certified residential HAAG inspector (HCI 201305329).
Kristen Land is Vice President of the company and handles office process. She makes sure everything is flowing well so that your project is handled properly along the way.
Paula Buford is the Office Manager. She handles contractors, insurance and mortgage work, scheduling inspections and day-to-day work. Have a question about your insurance claim? Need a roof inspection for closing? Paula has you taken care of!
Kyle Belt is also a HAAG Certified Inspector. He can let you know whether or not your roof has damage and needs to be repaired or replaced.
Todd Davis is our Project Manager. He handles job sites and speaking with customers before the job starts to answer questions and to make sure they understand the process.
Now that you’ve met the team, give us a call if you want to see if we're a good fit for you! We’d love to have a conversation and help you discover if we can help you or not.
You can always reach us by calling the office at 405-359-3951 and one of us will be happy to speak with you. If you have no immediate need, but would like to connect with us online, you can find us online on Facebook, or subscribe to our email newsletter.
Ice and snow are beautiful to look at, but they sure can wreak havoc on our homes! Pretty as it is, ice and snow can be very heavy and damaging. And the result can be quite expensive and time consuming.
Thankfully, our homeowner’s insurance usually does a pretty good job of helping put us back together after any kind of storm causes damage to our homes. But is there a way to limit your need to file those pesky claims? What if taking just a little bit of time around your property could save you from those insurance headaches?
Here are four tips to keep you, your neighbors, and most importantly your home safe this winter.
1. Trim those trees
You want to be sure that your trees are trimmed back to stay off your roof. Also pay attention to things like limbs or branches that hang over the driveway and could potentially fall on your car, or into your neighbor’s yard.
Did you know that if your tree causes damage to your neighbor’s property, that you are then responsible for damages? Icy limbs are very heavy and have been known to cause damage and even total property when they fall. If you’re not really sure how to properly trim your tree to make it safe AND beautiful, contact a local arborist to help you.
2. Clean your gutters
Gutters get very heavy when filled with ice or snow. As they get heavy, they can certainly fall or tear off your house. This can cause damage to your roof - not to mention anything (or anyone!) that happens to be beneath them if they fall.
A cluttered gutter will also prevent proper drainage which can cause even more problems.
3. Secure your belongings
You know that trampoline the kids just love to play on? They can blow into the neighbor’s yard pretty easy! When they land, they tend to do a bit of damage. Now the kids are upset, and the neighbors expect you to pay to fix damages done to their property.
It is a fairly inexpensive fix to stake things like trampolines to prevent this damage from occurring.
4. Be a good neighbor
The sidewalks in front of (and around) your home can get icy and slippery. If someone falls, the injuries become your problem. So, be a good neighbor and keep those sidewalks clear of ice and snow. Whether you use a shovel, salt or both - your neighbors are sure to appreciate you!
No one likes having to file an insurance claim. These four tips may just help keep you claim free this winter. But, even if you do still end up filing a claim for winter damages, your agent will see that you have done your diligence in keeping your home as safe as possible - and that could also save you money!