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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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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Part of a roofing expert’s job is to help you better understand how to care for your roof. Another part is to tell you how NOT to care for your roof. Here are a few examples we’ve come across over the years of how not to take care of your roof. Don’t wait too long…

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Some insurance adjusters are great at assessing roof damage. They have extensive knowledge and experience on what roof damage looks like and how storms can damage more than just shingles. Unfortunately, not all of them are that knowledgable and experienced.

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Not long ago, I had a conversation with a friend about her neighbors’ situation with their insurance company and their roof. The issue was their insurance company wouldn’t help with the new roof because the original roof was built according to a different code than the one covered by their policy.

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Did you know that unnecessary claims are a bad thing? When a homeowner calls their agent after a storm and the insurance company goes out to take a look, they’ve filed a claim. And that may not be a good thing. Fortunately, it’s something we help insurance agents with.

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We have been in the roofing business for long enough to run into all sorts of situations while working on our customers’ homes and commercial properties. We’ve seen raccoons stuck in gutters and about everything else you can imagine, including some things you probably can’t.

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