DFW Roofing Contractors
Make The Call & Get Back To What Matters Most. It’s That Simple.
When you put 38 years of roofing experience to work for you, you’re free to do the things you needed to be doing before this unwanted surprise made its debut.
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After a storm, you should always have your roof inspected. Already leaking? Schedule a free, no-pressure inspection.
Roofing problems can keep you from getting stuff done. We aim to get you (and your people) back in action for years to come.
Apartment roof repair and replacement done safely and efficiently so that your tenants’ continue to be raving fans.
How To Get Your Roof Handled.
You: Schedule An Inspection
We will inspect your roof and give you a professional inspection report—for free. No strings.
We: Snap Photos of Damage
Clear photos of damaged areas make filing claims simple (and drama-free).
You: Initiate the Claim Process
By law, you’re required to contact your insurance company to initiate the claim process.
We: Meet With Your Adjuster
Some insurance companies compensate fairly. Others don’t. We’ll make sure you’re treated right.
We: Handle Your Roof & Clean Up
We show up when we say we will, solve your roof problem, and leave your yard better than we found it.
You: Enjoy a Protected Home
You can get back to normal life knowing that your roof is handled, warrantied, and guaranteed.
Texas Weather Will Give Any Roof A Beating.
We’ll Make Sure You’re Ready.
We will provide a thorough inspection and take the time to discuss the details of what we find.
We are expert craftsmen and no job is too difficult for them in getting your roof back to a healthy state.
From start to finish, we work at delivering you the highest quality roofs with the least amount of frustration.
We not only protect your gutters while maintaining your roof but can provide new ones for your home if damaged or aged.
Exterior paint not only improves your curb appeal, but it also preserves the structural integrity of your home or business.
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Why DFW Turns to Us for Roofing Done Right.
We (actually) office in DFW
We live here in DFW, so we can be on site when needed. And we actually answer the phone when it rings or dings.
We've been roofing DFW for 38 years
We’re not here today and gone tomorrow. We’ve been roofing DFW for a long time. And that means that you don’t just get a roof that looks good—you get one that is good.
Clear, transparent pricing
With us, you don’t get an estimate—you get a quote that won’t change. And you won’t pay a dime until it’s done.
Top-notch material quality
As certified installers for CertainTeed & Owens Corning, we trust (and are trusted by) the brands you know for durability.
We leave yards better than we found them
Common courtesy isn’t so common, but we’re trying to change that. In fact, we penalize our crews for every nail left in your yard.
Stuff people want to know
Will you pay my deductible?
No. While that has been common practice in the roofing industry, it’s also illegal. And since September 1, 2019, law TX HB2102 has been enforced in the state of Texas. So, any DFW roofer who says “I’ll cover your deductible” is luring you into insurance fraud—and you could be prosecuted. So, no, we don’t do that—and you’re welcome!
Is the inspection actually free?
Yep. It really is. No strings attached. And no gimmicky nonsense.
If you inspect my roof, am I obligated to hire you?
Nope. While we want your business, your free inspection places you under no obligation at all. You’re free to have us inspect it and someone else do the work.
Shouldn't I just do the work myself?
While some small jobs can be tackled by DIY homeowners, roof repair and replacement requires training and should only be completed by licensed, insured, highly-skilled professionals.
Will you leave a major mess?
No. We will not leave your property in disarray. Our team takes the greatest care not to damage your landscape (e.g. plants, flower beds, etc) or your home.
Are you insured and licensed?
Absolutely. And you don’t want a roofer who isn’t (and can’t prove it).