Read about some of our case studies below.
Randy and Tammy Moore’s house sits on more than five acres along with a guest house, well-house and multiple barns. The rock home just outside Azle was a dream come true for the Moore’s, which is why they were devastated to discover serious leaks in their roof following a major hail storm. Leaks appeared in all the outbuildings, as well.
Wind-Damaged Home Restored To Better-Than-New Condition
A heavy Texas storm produced 70 MPH straight-line winds that blew siding off the gable ends of Mrs. Petterson’s Aledo, TX home. The very next day, she had several general contractors solicit their services. Not knowing who to trust, she selected one that quickly installed a large tarp, causing more damage to her home. She discovered later from the insurance adjuster that the damage caused by the unnecessary installation of the tarp would not be covered, and the original storm damage didn’t equal her deductible so she was not even able to file an insurance claim.
Patricia already had problems with her roof after the previous contractors incorrectly installed a new set of chimney flashing, leaving her home vulnerable to leaks. After a sever hail storm hit and made things much worse, she new it was time to find someone who would really get the job done.
When the Orrs decided to put their Aledo, TX home on the market, they ran into an unexpected snag. A prospective buyer visiting their home pointed out the roof as a significant problem area. The roof, which had sustained damage from hail storms, was visually unappealing and gave the otherwise well-maintained home an unkempt look. The damaged roof also raised concerns about inner structural damage, incomplete protection from weather and inefficient insulation.