Our Professional Services
From full-roof replacements, to gutters, windows, and fence stain, we have all the capabilites necessary to perform at a high-level to exceed expectation and improve the overall well-being of your home.
What We Do
We work hand-in-hand with the homeowner during insurance claims involving wind and hail.
Our extensive renovation abilities prevents you from seeking out multiple companies for your home projects; we serve to be a one stop shop for our homeowners.
We give you a wide range of shingle colors, roof accessories, as well as upgrades to choose from that best fit your home and budget,
The Effects of Hail Damage To Your Home.
Anyone who owns a home should be aware and properly educated about effects of a hail storm and its consequences. The four major factors to consider are hail size, material, wind strength and natural barriers. Whenever a storm hail occurs, the amount of damage is based on the size and duration of hail, the material on a roof, the speed and direction of wind, and whether there are any protective barriers in place like large trees or other buildings.
Damage from hail.
Hail throughout Texas can be a major problem. Hail stones as small as a quarter can cause serious damage to the structure and surface material of a roof. A common misconception of hail is that only large hail does damage, which is entirely false. A major determining factor is how dense the hail is. Soft, mushy hail might cause little or no damage. On the other hand, dense, icy hail can be devastating. Hail damage that is ignored can lead to premature deterioration of your roof, as well as torn shingles and even leaks.
How different materials are affected.
The components your roof is built with will be a preeminent factor when evaluating how much damage heavy winds and hail will do. Asphalt shingles, metal roofs, vinyl siding, wood shake, tile and slate all react differently. Hail stones can leave thousands of dents in aluminum, can break vinyl, and can cause wood to splinter or split. Homeowners should know what type of roofing material they have in place. Also, older, poorly maintained roofs and low-cost materials tend to suffer the most in severe storms. That’s why it’s important to keep your roof in the best shape possible while using the best materials available.
Increased damage with high winds.
As with all severe storms, wind speed and direction are important to consider. When it comes to hail damage, high winds can maximize the power of the hail stones by increasing their speed and destructive capabilities.
Natural barriers and their effects.
Natural barriers can be the key difference from having severe damage to minimal. Homes protected by large trees, hills, low spots in the earth, and other homes or buildings, can be damaged significantly less than the homes that stand alone with no nearby homes or trees. Yes, big trees can be a nuisance by getting clogged gutters and shedding limbs, but can also be the lone reason your roof survives a hail storm.
Repairs & Installations
- Protection from severe weather
- Better efficiency
- Increase in home resale value
- More refined visual appeal
- New and improved warranty
- Take advantage of new technology
- Improve Curb Appeal
- Updated Roof Ventilation
Custom Design Projects
- High Profile Ridge Cap
- Designer shingles
- Tile and slate
- Exterior painting
- Updated Foof Ventilation
- Impact Resistant Shingles
- Top-Tier Underlayment