While the Wizard of Oz was set in Kansas, it could have just as easily been set in Texas or Oklahoma. Ask any Texas native about the weather and we all have a story about a spring storm that either damaged our home or a friend’s home.
If you live in Texas long enough there is a good chance your home will be in the path of a storm that damages your roof. While you don’t have any control over the weather, the good news is you can hire the contractor of your choice to repair the damage. The storm might seem like a nightmare but the repair doesn’t have to be.
Unfortunately many homeowners that experience storm damage fall prey to out of state roofers that chase every storm like it’s the next gold rush. Most have no intention of planting roots in Texas and will not be here to warranty their work. They are infamous for making promises that are impossible to keep and notorious for cutting corners that can jeopardize the integrity of your home. Worse, they can expose you to untold financial risk if they are roofing without the proper insurance.
Modern roofing systems are made up of multiple layers of components that must be installed correctly to function properly. When a stranger knocks on your door and promises to eat your insurance deductible and install a new roof with no money out of pocket, you should remember the words of wisdom we all learned in our youth, “If it sounds too good to be true, it is…”
The reason we’re rated in the top 1 percent of roofing contractors in Texas is because we take our job of restoring your home seriously. We work closely with CertainTeed, one of the largest roofing material manufactures in the world to train and certify our project managers and installation crews.
Training and certification is a vital step that we take to insure your home is repaired correctly. It’s also a significant step toward keeping our installation crews safe. Statistically roofing is one of the most hazardous professions. Besides training, we maintain a $2 million liability insurance policy to protect homeowners.
When a storm chaser knocks on your door chances are they will tell you something too good to be true… If they promise to do the job with no money out of pocket, besides being concerned about the quality of materials and what corners are going to be cut to eat your deductible, perhaps you should be even more concerned about the risk of hiring a roofing company that uses untrained, non-certified day labor without the proper insurance.
If your home suffers any storm damage don’t let the nightmare continue. We’re Texas based and rated in the top 1 percent of Texas roofing companies for good reason. Give us a call and we’ll come out and shoot straight with you and treat you like family.