If you live in Oklahoma, chances are your roof has ventilation problems. Unfortunately, many contractors don’t know how to install ventilation correctly. They add the wrong type of vents, too many or too few, or multiple types in different areas. Or even worse, they don’t add roof vents at all.

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I recently spoke with Marla Esser Cloos about owning a green home and what it takes to make a home green. Marla’s Green Gab Podcast discusses sustainability without sacrificing quality or going overboard price. She has also written a book with practical steps a home owner can take to start living in a healthier home.

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Thinking about a new roof and wondering what material is best? In Oklahoma, durability should play a major part in your decision. If you’re like many other people, you probably searched the Internet search and found some of these roofing material options…

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So you’ve just hired a roofing crew and they’re scheduled to come replace or work on your roof. Depending on how you’re wired, a crew of people working on your roof may cause you anxiety, or it may just be another day for you with the addition of construction sounds.

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There are two common types of open houses. The first is what you may think of where home owners come to visit a house that’s for sale. Then there are broker’s open houses, a.k.a. broker’s opens.

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Years ago, there weren’t nearly as many roofing insurance adjusters. So when homeowners had damage to their roofs, it was common practice for the insurance companies to tell them to get three estimates. That would help the insurance companies verify that there was actually damage and also get a good idea of what the actual repair costs should be.

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Whether they know it or not, a key roofing issue many homeowners face is proper ventilation in their home. This is especially true in Oklahoma, as our homes deal with both high humidity and high temperatures in the summertime. But even in the winter, proper ventilation is important to prevent moisture buildup.

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Spring and fall are storm season in Oklahoma. Here at Land Enterprises Roofing we help homeowners repair their homes after they experience storm damage. But we also like to educate homeowners on how to make sure their homes are prepared for that weather ahead of time! Let’s take a look at how to prepare your property, your storm shelter, and your family.

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