Footfall traffic risks

One thing we as a company like to stress to customers is safety. We want all of our customers to be safe and let us do the dirty work. After all, It’s what we’re here for! With that in mind, we think it’s important to explain the risks of footfall traffic on your roof.

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Do homeowners get a choice?

House fires can be very traumatic, and the aftermath of it all is stressful and frustrating. Recently, we had the opportunity to help a family whose house burned down, and we were able to fully and successfully replace their roof.

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What to expect when getting roof work done

Most people need roof work done occasionally, but rarely enough that you may not know what to expect. Preparation can help prevent frustration and anxiety. Here are a few things you should expect before, during, and after you get your roof worked on. Expect noise Roofers tend to do their work from morning to evening,…

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Granule loss from shingles

As a homeowner, it’s crucial to recognize warning signs of a damaged or weathered roof. Often, people will find granules that have fallen off their roof but aren’t sure if it’s something to be concerned about.  The answer? It depends. Here are a few reasons you may find granular loss and whether or not you…

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Law & ordinance on roofing insurance policy

If you’re shopping around for home insurance, you want to make sure that you have great coverage, especially when it comes to your roof. It can be overwhelming and maybe even confusing if you don’t know what to look for. Many people have home insurance but aren’t aware of their full policy and what exactly it covers.

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How to prepare for storm season

Storm season is always a hectic time in Oklahoma, especially when tornadoes decide to make their appearance. Although you can’t prevent tornadoes, you can at least prepare to protect your family, pets, and yourself. It’s important to have a plan in place before bad weather strikes.

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Which is better, siding or brick?

A house’s outer layer is critical to keeping everything inside safe. A roof is only one part of it. In Oklahoma, most homes have either brick or siding on the outside, but which is better? Can they be changed? A head to head comparison Brick wins in pretty much every category compared to siding. Siding…

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Meet the Land Enterprises Roofing team

Land Enterprises Roofing has recently added a few new team members, so we wanted to take the opportunity to introduce everyone! Every member works hard and cares about our customers, and Land Enterprises is lucky to have such an incredible team.  Kirsten Land  Owner of Land Enterprises Roofing  Builds relationships with referral partners and works…

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How is a roof constructed?

Your roof isn’t just made up of what you see. A well-constructed roof is a system that works together to keep water out of your house. When you hire a contractor to redo your roof, they’ll have to tear off a couple of layers of material before they can put the new roof on. The…

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How to prevent an ice dam

Oklahoma is known for its heavy ice storms, and it can be challenging to prepare for them, especially if you don’t know it’s coming. When water freezes, it expands, creating damage to your shingles, open cracks in your roof, and ruin your gutters. When ice melts, it can flow into the cracks in your roof.…

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