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A good number of homes in Arkansas have been getting new roofs, courtesy of their Insurance Company, because of damage that occurred from a strong storm, or a sequence of storms, March 13th. Do you know if YOU have received any damage to your home as a result of these storms? The right strategy to figure out is to have one of our specialist stop by and look at your home. He or she will closely exam your roofing components, rain gutters and even your siding and outside doors for signs of storm damage.

That specialist may perhaps take a few photos and discuss with you their findings and options on just what they think your next move needs to be.

Can I Explore My Roof Myself? You could, but you probably shouldn’t. Recognizing hail storm evidence can be very difficult and even specialists will disagree in certain situations.

Hail storm damage is easier to find on even surface areas, such as metallic flashing or steel gutter parts. Identifying hail storm damage on the form of asphalt shingles that are usually on most Arkansas houses is quite a bit trickier. Also, there is the added problem of you actually getting up on your home’s roof. Not every homeowner is eager to do this and, in some instances, it should be avoided. Just let a qualified professional handle it — that’s what they get paid for.

Your initial step must be to get one of our specialists over to your residence so you’ll find out whether or not you’ve suffered damages. An inspector will not require any payment for performing this check up. If they determine that you have received hail damage to your roof as a result of a severe storm, they will most likely assist you in calling in a claim to your Insurance Company. Your insurance carrier will want to dispatch an adjuster to look at your house, too. Your specialist will attempt to be at your house when the insurance company adjuster is there to enable them to review your house together. Even when the insurance company adjuster will do a thorough job, your trained specialist might possibly discuss things that he spotted when he first examined the residence. Your hail damage specialist will simply be engaged for you.

Your roofing contractor specialist plus your insurance adjuster will discuss your upcoming options with you regarding how to correct your damage.

If they determine that you will be getting a new roof, the roofing process will usually go like this:

The roofing contractor with confer you and select the appropriate style of shingle for your residence.

When the shingles and other supplies are delivered to your home, the process will begin.

While a new covering of asphalt shingles could frequently get installed over a current layer, nearly all crews will get rid of the existing shingles first. The wood area of the roof top is examined for serious wear or problems and then it’s covered with a protective water barrier. The new asphalt shingles and flashing pieces will then be put down.

Just about all re-roofing projects are started and ended rather quickly. Roofing crews commonly put in a long day and they may try to get a large number of jobs completed in only a couple of days.

The roofing crews pay close attention to cleaning up the homeowner’s yard when they’re finished, including rolling a large magnet all over the yard, picking up any nails that may have fallen off the roof. Roofers often obtain many of their job leads from referrals so they do the best job they can.

Call us today for your free, no obligation inspection @ (501) 943-7504!

More about us

We are a licensed general contractor in the State of Arkansas. We specialize in doing insurance restoration work including roofing, siding, gutters, carpentry and painting. All of our guys have workers comp and general liability insurance. Work comp covers against injury so that if someone falls off the roof and gets hurt, you are not liable. General liability covers the structure and its contents. So if we get the roof torn off, down to the wood and the rain comes in, out of nowhere, like they often do this time of year, and the ceiling, floors, furniture, electronics, etc. get soaked and you have $20,000 in damages, that is what the general liability is for. We also are bonded and we are a LOCAL COMPANY. A lot of these guys will tell you they are local, but they aren’t. These storms bring every gypsy contractor in the world out of the woodwork. Our offices are right here in Bryant and we live right here in Bryant. We can work anywhere in Arkansas, but focus on Central AR which includes Bryant, Benton, Hot Springs, Alexander, Little Rock, North Little Rock, Mayflower, Conway and many other smaller towns in between. We also have references all over Arkansas.

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