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Need an emergency roofer?

by: Kirsten Land on April 19th, 2016 about Land Enterprises Roofing

Handsome young man speaking on smart phone at sunset in cityWe know that when spring storms hit, your family’s safety is your first priority-and it should be! After the storm, though, you’ll take stock of any damage. Any downed tree limbs? Was your car protected from hail damage?

You may need to wait until the next day to see if your roof is damaged. If it’s damaged enough to open up a leak, though, you won’t need to wait to see the damage. You’ll know. Who do you call in that situation?

We hope you’ll consider giving us a call. In fact, we expect to get calls in the middle of the night this spring. It’s just a part of the service we provide. We have an emergency roofer on staff that can tarp your roof for you quickly.

After we get your roof tarped, we can work out the necessary details. First and foremost, we want your family to be safe and dry, and for you to avoid any further damage to your belongings and your home.

We can help you take care of paperwork, including insurance paperwork. We’re not looking to gouge anyone on pricing here. But if we are going to repair your roof in case of damage, it makes a lot of sense to us that we would be the people to help you stay dry in the meantime.

If you have questions about our emergency roofing services, be sure to give us a call.

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Storm Preparedness

by: Kirsten Land on April 5th, 2016 about General

storm cloudsWith warmer (and wetter!) spring weather, we all know to expect a bit of the unexpected as well. Are you ready for this spring’s storms? We want your family to be safe this spring, so here’s a quick checklist you can use to make sure you’re prepared.

Consider this to-do list an investment in your peace of mind later this spring.

Register your storm shelter

The City of Oklahoma City provides a registry as a service for residents within city limits that helps first responders identify their shelter in an emergency situation. Police, fire, and emergency medical service will be able to use this information if your area has experienced a tornado or other disaster.

You can take care of it quickly online and even add an optional name and phone number of an emergency contact person if you’d like.

Click here to register your shelter.

Create your family’s emergency supply kit

You may already have an emergency bag for your family, but it’s important to check it at least once a year to make sure you have everything you’ll need in it. Keep it in a dry, easily accessible location. If you can store it in your storm shelter, that’s ideal.

FEMA has a checklist you can use to create an emergency supply kit, or make sure you have the right supplies in yours.

Find the checklist here.

Clean shelter and add a radio

You never know when you’ll need to use your storm shelter, so make sure it’s in usable condition as soon as you can. Clean it out if it’s been used to store any nonessentials. That way, you’ll have plenty of room for people if you need to use it in a storm this spring.

If you don’t already have a weather radio in your storm shelter, now’s a great time to get one to store in there! It’s also a good idea, if you do have a weather radio in your shelter, to test it and see if it’s in good working order. Replace the batteries if necessary.

Add your speed dial numbers

Before spring storms hit, think of who you’ll need to call in the event of a serious storm. Do you have neighbors or family members who will use your shelter? Do you have kids in college who may need to be reminded to be weather-aware? Add them to a list on your phone-even a group text-so you can get in touch quickly in an emergency.

After the storm passes, of course, you’re welcome to call us out to identify any roof damage and make repairs if necessary. Your first priority is keeping your family safe, though! Use this list to prepare ahead of time for storms so you’re ready no matter when or where they hit.

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