If you start experiencing leaks, find shingles in your yard, notice that there are shingles missing from your roof, or simply just experienced a bad wind or hail storm…chances are that you may have some roof damage and it would be a great idea to get your roof inspected.
This is why it’s a great idea to have a professional roofing company inspect your roof and visit with you about your options. Though many customers make this decision based on aesthetics and preference, it is very important to be mindful of the structural design of your roof system. The way your roof structure was designed and built will determine the best options for your home. The best thing is to schedule an appointment with a professional roofing contractor to inspect your roof.
The deductible is supposed to be paid to the contractor. This has always been the case but a new law (HB2102) went into effect in September 2019 enforcing that contractors collect the deductible. The Law even requires that contractors include this paragraph in the agreements.

“Texas law requires a person insured under a property insurance policy to pay any deductible applicable to a claim made under the policy. It is a violation of this Texas law for a person or business paid wholly or partly from proceeds of a property insurance claim to knowingly allow the insured person to fail to pay. Or assist the insured person’s failure to pay, the applicable insurance deductible. See SECTION 2. Business & Commerce Code, is amended to read as follows: Section 27.02. “Goods or Services Paid for by Insurance Proceeds: Payment of Deductible Required”
Typically if there is roof damage, there is a great chance that your gutters may be damaged as well. One of our team members can help determine this during your scheduled free roof inspection.
There are several factor that play into the amount of time one takes to complete a roof. However, on a standard single family one story it typically takes 1 day to complete the roof installation.
You will want to check with your roofing company to see what they require from the customer. At Restore we will provide you with a checklist of steps to follow to be ready for your roof replacement. Such as but not limited to, removing cars from your driveway or garage, removing valuables and fragile pieces from walls as they could vibrate and fall during installation, moving objects or any obstructions around the perimeter of home, ensuring that gates are not locked, etc…
What many homeowners don’t realize is that the cost of the roof is actually determined by the insurance
 company. Restore will help you navigate the process and help ask the right questions to ensure that your
 property gets repaired to pre-storm condition.
Technically yes but, there are many things to take into consideration that a a professional roofing company has great experience with. When replacing your roof you want to make sure to do things to the manufacturer specifications so that it doesn’t void your product warranty. In addition you also have to be mindful of city codes which can be different form city to city based on the IRC code.
It is always a good idea to have your roof inspected by a professional roofing company when selling your home. Your home inspector, usually hired by the buyer, will also inspect the roof and point out the damager if present. The reason it is very important for you to have a roofing company inspect beforehand, is so that you are prepared and taking the needed steps to be ready to sell the home when an opportunity comes available. The last thing that you want to encounter, is that you have a potential buyer but you get delayed because of a roof replacement due to insurance approvals. If you have any further questions, please contact our experienced team and we can further assist you.
Ideally you want to install a roof in good weather. The 2 extremes you want too avoid are installing your roof in weather under 40º or on a very hot summer day. While there is no true roof installation season, spring to summer is a great time for roofing. Shingles need a hot day so they can properly seal, so don’t shy away from installing shingles on a hot summer day. With that said, be mindful that the roof crew will usually come off the roof between peak hot time of the day to keep the shingles safe from mechanical damage. *NOTE: It is definitely not a good idea to install a roof on a rainy day. At Restore Roofing & Remodeling we use the latest technology to help us predict weather conditions well in advance for scheduling.

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