Your home needs insulation. It is part of what goes into making a home comfortable to live in. If you want to have a healthy house, you will need to know a little bit about insulation or at least when you should go about replacing old materials.

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Living in Oklahoma, severe weather is commonplace. But just because high winds and heavy rains happen often doesn’t mean you should ignore damage to your roof. After big storms it is more important than ever to make sure your home is prepared for the next one to come.

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Wondering if there is a best time of the year to get your roof replacement? Believe it or not, you can typically get your roof replaced whenever you need it done. Of course, the best time to get problems fixed is sooner rather than later.

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A good roof has the potential to last for decades. Some metal, tile, and slate roofs can last for over 50 years. A shingle roof may last only half that at 25 years. So what factors into the lifespan of a roof?

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The fireworks industry in America is a billion dollar market. With that much money being spent on pyrotechnics, it should be no surprise so many people are wondering, “Is my roof safe from fireworks?” The short answer is both yes and no.

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Severe weather in Oklahoma is an unfortunate eventuality. Luckily, a high-quality roof that is maintained with proper upkeep has the ability to stand against rough conditions for a long time. So what should you do if you are in an area recently hit by strong storms?

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 Wind is a well known destructive force in Oklahoma. But how exactly does strong wind damage your home’s roof? And what does it look like? Severe weather can cause damage to a roof in two ways. One is by way of throwing debris up against the roof itself. Anything moving fast enough can remove shingles,…

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 Roof ventilation is an important and necessary part of your home’s functionality. Without proper ventilation, energy bills can rise and your home can be seriously damaged. Ventilation in your attic allows air to pass in and out of your home. This keeps your home from getting too hot and from collecting too much moisture. The…

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Brian Land, my husband and the founder of Land Enterprises Roofing, passed away on March 17, 2019. Since then, I have been in awe of all the people who continually pray for me and our boys, call me, send cards, and send gifts. We have appreciated the meals, kind deeds, and invitations to get together.

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 You can have a roof covered by asphalt shingles, metal, slate, clay tiles, and more. But which material is the most energy efficient? If solar tiles or a “green” roof are allowed by your homeowner’s association, they may be able to offset energy costs while working to protect your roof.  However, there are other ways…

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