Residential Roofing

Do contractors really need your insurance papers?

By Kirsten Land / October 20, 2015

We frequently work with people who have recently filed a claim with their insurance. If that’s your situation, you may think it’s strange that we ask for your insurance papers. However, that’s just part of the process to get the best roof we can with what the insurance company is willing to pay out. If…

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The perfect shingle color

By Kirsten Land / October 6, 2015

If you are in the market for a new roof, you have a lot of decisions to make. One important factor, other than deciding what type of roof you want, is the color of shingle you want. Many people have a hard time trying to decide on the color of shingle that best suits their…

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What kind of roof can withstand hail?

By Kirsten Land / September 15, 2015

When you think about it, buying a roof is a pretty big commitment. This thing protects your home. It shelters you and your family. So, it’s important to make the most informed decision possible when purchasing a new roof. The average life span of a roof is 8 to 10 years in Oklahoma. So, once your roof is put on your house, it’s on there for a good amount of time.

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3 small ways to go off grid

By Kirsten Land / September 1, 2015

Have you ever considered going off grid? If you’re like many others, the idea of disconnecting from the utility company appeals from you. But you may be concerned because it’s a huge step. Believe it or not, you can actually go off the grid incrementally. Here are three small ways you can dip your toes in before fully committing.

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First-time home buyers roofing guide

By Kirsten Land / August 18, 2015

If you’re buying your first home, you’re probably transitioning from a renting situation. When renting, you don’t have to worry about doing the maintenance yourself. You don’t have a lawn to take care of, much less a roof to keep up with. As a home owner, there are maintenance concerns you may not have considered, especially when it comes to your roof.

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How to avoid hiring a bad contractor

By Kirsten Land / August 4, 2015

Finding the best contractor for your job can be frustrating. Whether it’s roofing, plumbing, electrical, or something else, it can be overwhelming! There are a lot of contractors you can consider, and it’s hard to know what exactly you should be looking for. Since we’re a contractor ourselves, we know the quickest ways to disqualify the risky contractors. Here are five tips you can use to avoid hiring a bad contractor.

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5 easy ways to prepare for a roof installation

By Kirsten Land / July 21, 2015

No matter which roofer you choose, we want to make sure that you don’t wind up with broken heirlooms, frightened pets and destroyed landscaping. So here are some ways that you can prepare for a roof installation.

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New international roofing code

By Kirsten Land / July 7, 2015

Oklahoma recently adopted a new international roofing code, bringing new standards to roofs throughout the state. And it could put you in a bit of a bind. One specific regulation in the new roofing code that would apply to many of the state’s homeowners is…

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Could the roof be lifted off your house?

By Kirsten Land / June 2, 2015

Did you know that a certain type of garage door could keep the roof from being lifted off your home when powerful winds come? If you or someone you know was impacted by storms recently, you may want to consider a wind resistant garage door.

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We work your claim for you

By Kirsten Land / May 19, 2015

We’ve all seen what mother nature can do to our homes. Sometimes, it can be devastating. It can be completely overwhelming to scroll through the numerous listings of roofing companies. It can be even more of a headache to work with your insurance company, and coordinate with an insurance adjuster.

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