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Large Hail Damages Roof
Posted on March 14, 2019 by baker-admin
Texas storms can cause major damage to your home, but even minor damage can lead to major expenses. That’s why it is important to know what to do when your home has hail storm damage. We will discuss how you can tell if you have storm damage, how to choose a roofing contractor and more. How can I tell if I have Storm Damage? Read More...
30 year roof shingle
Posted on February 20, 2019 by baker-admin
A 30 - year roof will last 30 years, right? Wrong! 30 - year shingles also known as laminated, dimensional or architectural shingles typically do not last 30 years. 20, 40, or 50 - year shingle will not last their designated years either. It is a common misconception and a point of confusion for many homeowners. Thus, trying to make a responsible decision in a roofing system can become difficult. Read More...
Asphalt Shingles Need Roof Repair In Dallas
Posted on February 6, 2019 by baker-admin
Asphalt shingles are made up of 3 main components: a mat of fiberglass or some other kind of polyester or organic mat, two layers of asphalt that sandwich the mat between them, and a top coat of ceramic mineral granules embedded into the asphalt. It is these granules that give the asphalt layer it’s protective armor shielding against impacts and UV rays, also adding fire resistant properties. (more…) Read More...
Common Roof Repairs After A Storm
Posted on May 16, 2018 by baker-admin
Even if a storm didn’t contain hail, a tornado or a deluge of rain, the wind it contains can still damage your roof. Every thunderstorm comes with at least a straight-line wind burst. Most are harmless unless your roof is already in failing condition. But, wind bursts at 50-60 mph will cause roof damage in any neighborhood. Debris can be blown around, tree branches begin breaking off and power lines can come down. Read More...
hail storm damage restoration
Posted on May 16, 2018 by baker-admin
Spring in Texas equals thunderstorms, tornado warnings, wind, and hail. While tornadoes are most feared, wind and hail on their own can do quite a bit of damage to your home and business. Roofs are often the most susceptible part of a property. If your neighborhood has experienced a hail storm recently, you may see clear signs of damage. You may notice obvious things like pings in siding or gutters, or even broken windows. Read More...