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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We’re coming up on that time of year once again when you need to protect the inside of your home from the rapidly dropping temperatures. But don’t fall victim to myths and advice that can actually hurt your home!

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You may have a roof over your head. But what is keeping that roof up and running? Have you invested in a roof maintenance plan to keep everything in ship shape? There are several reasons why you would do just that in order to protect not only your home or commercial property, but your wallet as well.

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The outer layer of your roof is just the first line of defense against light, heat, rain, and whatever else nature throws your home’s way. There is much more going on up there than just some asphalt tiles nailed to the top of a house. Let’s take a look at what is under the shingles you see.

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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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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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