Your Roof vs. The Weather
The harsh, Texas sun is bombarding your roof with photons, cooking, weakening, and eventually compromising the asphaltic compounds in your shingles.
Hail stones the size of eyeballs are pelting your roof at the rate of 500 strikes per second, blasting craters in your shingles like golf balls hitting a sand trap.
Gale force winds are blasting your roof at a lateral angle, putting severe uplift on your shingles and peeling them back like scabs on a nine-year-old’s knee.
Squirrels are gnawing your pipe jacks and playing tag on your roof, digging their sharp little claws into your shingles and kicking up granules with every pounce.
…the forces of nature that conspire against them are truly formidable. Sooner or later, they give out, and then you have trouble.
Good thing you have homeowners insurance!
The average insurance company would rather pay for a new roof than a new roof and all the other stuff that got ruined because they didn’t pay for a new roof soon enough.
The result? A brand spankin’ new roof on your house, for the wonderfully low cost of your deductible!
Find out if you qualify. Free inspection, no hassle!