Meet the team at Land Enterprises Roofing

by: Kirsten Land on November 21st, 2017 about General

Todd Davis

What are you most thankful for this year? Getting to take a vacation with my parents and grandson to Yellowstone and South Dakota on July 4.

What do you love most about working at Land Enterprises? The small business atmosphere, where your opinion makes a difference.

What makes you unique? Keeping up with the young guys and seeing their reaction when they realize my age.

What are your hobbies or interests? Helping out at the race track with my friend’s sprint car and watching OU football and Thunder basketball.

Share a favorite but brief story of how you helped a customer. When one of our best customers passed away, I took a plant to the family to show our condolences and to let them know that our company was there for them.

Paula Buford

What are you most thankful for this year? I am thankful for the opportunity to not only work with an awesome team at work, but also the opportunity to grow in my faith and do what God has planned for me.

What do you love most about working at Land Enterprises? The family-like atmosphere.

What makes you unique? I love to play the drums in church. I was ordained this year with my church, and I am now the young adult pastor.

What are your hobbies or interests? I love to read books and write while sitting by a body of water or in the mountains.

Share a favorite but brief story of how you helped a customer. I had one customer that I was able to walk through the entire process, and one year later she called in and wanted me to assist in hooking her scanner up to her computer. She said I helped her so much before, that she thought I would be able to help her now, and I was. She was scanning in no time.

Andrew Gasper

What are you most thankful for this year? I’m thankful for having a career with a company that has such a high standard for doing the right thing. Even before I began working here, they had a great reputation in an industry that usually has a negative image.

What do you love most about working at Land Enterprises? Since it would be weird if I said Heath (inside joke), I will have to say I love how we work hard to make the re-roofing or repair process comfortable for the client.

What makes you unique? Well, since I’m the only millennial in the company, I’d say I’m pretty much a unicorn!

What are your hobbies or interests? Finally, I get to talk about how cool I am!!! My hobbies include eating (a lot!), running, whitewater rafting, fostering, and traveling.

Share a favorite but brief story of how you helped a customer. I don’t know if I have a favorite, but I do have something I consistently see. I frequently talk with Realtors that have worked with other roofers that are happy to do the big jobs, but those roofers aren’t as helpful or enthusiastic when it comes to the small repairs or inspections. I love the appreciation people show when we’ve helped them out of a jam.

Kirsten Land

What are you most thankful for this year? I am thankful for many things, including my beautiful sons, Daniel and Evan, and for my ever-supportive and loving husband who is also my best friend. I am also thankful for our wonderful team at Land Enterprises Roofing. Without them, none of our company’s success would have been possible.

What do you love most about working at Land Enterprises? I love working with our team! Together we strive to find better ways to serve our clients, and we have a lot of fun while doing that!

What makes you unique? In my previous career, I was a special education teacher. Everyday I had to use forms and processes to document communication between myself and the parents of my students. I have incorporated a lot of those processes into Land Enterprises to communicate better with our clients and our staff. It keeps us organized and prepared for each job we complete.

What are your hobbies or interests? My boys are 9 and 10, and they are my main focus at this time in my life. I spend a lot of time helping them pursue their interests like piano, karate, baseball, basketball, and school. It was my dream to be a mother, and I am savoring every moment! In my brief free moments to myself, I love learning about fashion and home design. I also love taking pictures and making photo books.

Share a favorite but brief story of how you helped a customer. After the 2012 hail storm in Edmond, we were working with a lot of homeowners to repair their homes. One client’s mortgage company was holding their insurance funds until the repair was complete (very common when you have a mortgage). The mortgage company had many forms and processes that the homeowner had to fill out and complete. I was familiar with the company and how they operated, so I was able to walk the client through the process to get the funds released in a timely manner. The client still talks about how helpful that was to him.

Heath Clark

What are you most thankful for this year? I am thankful for the time that I get to spend with my wife, son, and foster children. We have been able to take several trips and make lasting memories.

What do you love most about working at Land Enterprises? The team environment. We could not be as successful without a team atmosphere that is always willing to step up and help. Also, when my wife and Paula were able to TOTALLY surprise me at the office for my 40th birthday!! That was awesome and made my day!

What makes you unique? My wife and I have a calling for foster care. We are currently with our sixth and seventh placements. It’s not always easy, but it is always worth it!

What are your hobbies or interests? Family time, golf, and OSU athletics!

Share a favorite but brief story of how you helped a customer. A customer had an ongoing issue with a roof leak that several other roofing companies could not solve. We were able to find the leak, solve the problem, and repair the issues all within her budget. We made her problem our priority, and now she can feel confident that she won’t have her roof as an issue anymore.

Brian Land

What are you most thankful for this year? My beautiful wife and my two wild-at-heart boys.

What do you love most about working at Land Enterprises? Our fantastic team, serving our clients, and strategic referral partners in the 405 greater OKC metro! I love the fact that we all get to go home to our families every night!

What makes you unique? I have the best business partner in the universe!

What are your hobbies or interests? Going to my kids’ sporting and school events, dating my wife, playing basketball, and socializing with our friends and neighbors.

Share a favorite but brief story of how you helped a customer. Helping a Realtor who called us for a roof inspection 15 days before closing. We met with the insurance adjuster four days later. We had the roof, gutters, and garage doors completely replaced two days before closing. Three real estate transactions were on the line! Three families celebrated!


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The seasons are changing, and the cooler months are upon us. It’s the time of year when we gather in our homes to celebrate the holidays and to stay warm.

But when thinking about protecting their homes, many people overlook the roof. Since the roof is essentially a solid cover protecting your home, it plays a crucial role in preventing damage to the inside. Caring for the inside of the home is important, and we should take care of the outside as well-especially the roof.

Ignoring the small things can lead to large problems down the line. A tiny leak in the roof can quickly turn into a nightmare that can cause structural damage and destroy belongings inside the home. An undetected leak can also cause mold, which is extremely hazardous to your health.

So just as you fix things inside the home, make sure the roof is getting the same attention. Regular roof maintenance can save you time, money, and stress in the end.

Overgrown trees touching the roof or simply extending over the roof are a common problem we often see. When a wind, ice, or snow storm hits, those trees can cause significant damage that will require repair or even replacement. Being aware of the trees in your yard is vital to the protection of your roof. Branches grazing against the roof can rub granules off the shingles that contribute to unnecessary wear and tear.

In the cooler months, animals love to burrow. Things like rats, raccoons, squirrels, bats, and snakes begin to make their way to warmer places. For some people, the thought of such creatures living in your attic may be a nightmare all its own. And if not addressed, it can certainly be a nightmare for your home. From animal feces to chewed wires, animals burrowing in the roof are a safety hazard for you and your home.

To prevent fires that could damage your roof and entire home, there are a few things to look out for. Is your dryer vent clogged? Have you had your chimney inspected this year?

Clogged gutters and debris in the valley of the roof are a problem, but the process of cleaning these areas can also be dangerous. Often, our loved ones want to get on the roof to address these problems. We believe strongly that you should not risk your life for your roof. Instead, let a qualified professional perform the necessary upkeep tasks through a maintenance program.

Our roof maintenance program means we inspect the roof so you do not have to risk life or limb by getting up on your roof. We want you and your roof in one piece. We know Uncle John likes to help, but let’s protect John and your roof by getting a professional to do the maintenance.

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