Residential Roofing

What to do after storm damage

By Kirsten Land / April 19, 2022

Before storm season, we always advise homeowners to have a plan—creating a storm kit, taking photos of your home, reading up on your insurance policy, and more. 

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A day in the life of a roof inspector

By Kirsten Land / March 1, 2022

What does a roof inspector do during a typical workday? Whether it’s out of curiosity, for educational purposes, or something else, let’s take a look at what a typical day is like for a roof inspector—specifically, a Land roof inspector!

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Pros and cons of foam insulation

By Kirsten Land / January 18, 2022

It’s time for the great debate involving—you guessed it—spray foam insulation. Is it good? Does it suck? What’s it about? Let’s discuss it! Spray foam insulation is being used by many contractors to seal cracks and gaps and insulate your building, but is it the best option? First, we’ll talk about the advantages, and then…

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Is your roof ready for winter?

By Kirsten Land / November 9, 2021

With winter approaching, it’s important to include roof preparation on your to-do list. Winter weather brings ice, snow, and melted water, which can all cause damage if your roof isn’t prepared.

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Importance of gutter cleaning

By Kirsten Land / October 5, 2021

In the many years that Land Enterprises Roofing has been in business, we have each had our own experiences in surprise gutter gunk. We’ve had instances when performing maintenance on different homes. We have found many interesting things in the gutters of people’s homes, such as leaves, plants, kids’ toys, baby snakes, and even a firecracker.

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What is fascia on a house?

By Kirsten Land / July 20, 2021

There is a lot that goes into building a home, especially the components of a roof. Because there are so many components, it’s hard for you to keep up with roofing terms and parts of your roof. We really don’t expect you to!

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Do homeowners get a choice?

By Kirsten Land / June 1, 2021

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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Which is better, siding or brick?

By Kirsten Land / March 16, 2021

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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How is a roof constructed?

By Kirsten Land / February 16, 2021

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

By Kirsten Land / February 2, 2021

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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