Yes, we are licensed in the state of Oklahoma. Our registration number is #80004921
Oklahoma doesn't require any formal training when it comes to inspecting roofs. However, our inspectors are HAAG Engineering Certified for residential roofing. The HAAG Certified Inspector (HCI) program is common education for insurance adjusters whether they start their training there or use it to continue their education.
We can if you'd like us to. When we discuss the need to file a claim, we can walk you through the entire process. Some of our clients want to be very hands-off, so we handle the whole process. Others like to be involved in the full process and have us help them. Either way, our experience with many insurance carriers allows us to know what we need to do each step along the way.
We offer free inspections. We will meet with you to look at your roof and determine if we are a good fit for you and whether it makes sense to move forward or not.
Yes, we do. Impact resistant shingles can be a great way to create future value with your roof. Many insurance companies reward their policyholders with savings when they invest in impact resistant shingles. You will want to make sure the shingles are UL 2218 rated to qualify for these potential discounts.
Typically our projects take one or two days to complete. Factors that can increase that time include steepness of the roof, limited access around the exterior of the home, and any roof decking that needs to be installed. Those are the most common factors that cause a longer timeframe.
Yes. We offer a warranty of five years for roof replacements and one year for roof repairs.
We are certified with several manufacturers to offer extended warranties on their products.
A roof system warranty is often referred to as an extended warranty. It typically requires that along with the installation of the shingles, you use other products the same manufacturer creates. Using several products from the same manufacturer means you may be able to take advantage of a roof system warranty. If you mix and match roofing materials from different manufacturers, it may prevent you from getting that particular warranty.