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Restore Your Home After Wind and Hail Damage with Our Residential Roofing Services

When Was Your Roof Last Inspected?

Residential Roofing Process: From Inspection to Installation


Our residential roofing process begins with a comprehensive inspection of your roof by our skilled team of professionals.


We assess the condition of your roof, identifying any damage or areas of concern that require attention. This thorough inspection ensures that we have a clear understanding of your roofing needs before proceeding to the next step.


Once the inspection is complete and damage is identified, we assist you in navigating the insurance claim process.


Our experienced team works closely with your insurance company to ensure that all necessary repairs or replacements are covered. We provide documentation of the damage and advocate on your behalf to streamline the claims process, minimizing stress and hassle for you.


With insurance approval secured, we move forward with the installation of your new roof.


Our skilled technicians use high-quality materials and proven techniques to ensure a durable and long-lasting result. Throughout the installation process, we prioritize professionalism, efficiency, and attention to detail to deliver a roof that not only meets but exceeds your expectations.

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What Size Hail Causes Roof Damage?

Insurance companies typically consider hail that is 1 inch in diameter or larger as potentially damaging to roofs, especially in areas prone to severe weather like Texas. However, the threshold for what constitutes damaging hail can vary depending on the insurer's specific policies and the roofing material in question.

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Understanding Black Algae Growth on Roofs

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Discovering black streaks on your roof may indicate algae growth, a common issue on roofs aged between 10 to 15 years. However, the presence of algae doesn't necessarily mandate roof replacement. It does show age though. When is the last time your roof was inspected by a trained roofing professional? Contact us for a free roof inspection!

Roofing 101 Guide for Homeowners: Essential Tips and Insights

What Is A claims Adujuster?

A claims adjuster, whether desk, field, or general, conducts thorough investigations into insurance claims. This includes interviewing claimants and witnesses, reviewing pertinent records, and assessing property damage to ascertain the insurance company's liability.

Understanding Home Insurance Policies: ACV vs. RCV for Wind and Hail Claims

In an Actual Cash Value (ACV) policy for wind and hail claims, your insurance company reimburses you for the depreciated value of your roof. This means that the payout considers the age and condition of your roof, resulting in a lower settlement amount.

Conversely, with a Replacement Cost Value (RCV) policy, you receive compensation for the full cost of repairing or replacing your roof, without deducting for depreciation. This ensures that you can afford to restore your roof to its pre-damaged condition. When navigating wind and hail claims, homeowners with RCV coverage typically experience fewer out-of-pocket expenses and enjoy greater peace of mind.

What Are Roof Shingles

Roof shingles are essential roof covers comprised of individual overlapping elements, typically flat and rectangular. These elements are arranged in courses from the roof's bottom edge, with each course overlapping the joints below. Most commonly, asphalt is the primary ingredient in these shingles, making them the favored choice in the U.S. The asphalt undergoes stringent processing to ensure durability and flexibility, meeting the high-quality standards necessary for robust roofing materials.

What is Hail Damage?

Hail damage varies depending on the material it impacts. While aluminum siding, gutters, and asphalt shingles may incur dings, vinyl siding or wood shakes could crack. In extreme cases, large hailstones can even puncture a roof. Factors such as a roof's age and condition further influence the extent of damage. Explore these images showcasing various forms of hail damage.

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