A freak hail storm leaves mini craters in your roof. An old tree topples during a storm and lands on your roof. Severe winds pull the tiles right off your roof. In each of these cases you’re going to be working with an insurance adjuster to gain funding to [...]
Spring is finally here! The snow has melted, the grass is turning green, and storms are a regular part of the forecasts. Spring storms can bring rain, strong winds, and potentially damage to property. Add this to the fact that many homeowners and businesses [...]
We have experienced a lot of snow this winter in the Metro – in fact we’ve already had more snow this season than in the last two winters combined. And winter is not over yet!
If you drive around the neighborhoods you probably have noticed icicles [...]
The first significant snow of the season has already fallen, and many homeowners are experiencing problems as a result. Water spots on interior ceilings and leaking inside your home after a snow fall we had are signs you may have an ice jam on your roof.
As we get closer to Summer, keep in mind there is a good chance we will experience severe storms, as we did last year. Here are a few helpful reminders to help you weather the storm season:
Keep your gutters clean and free of debris that can prohibit them [...]
If you are waiting to replace a roof that was damaged in a summer storm, here’s a word of caution – you might be running out of time to have the roof safely replaced before winter.
What does that mean? Proper installation of an asphalt roof requires[...]
If you have determined that your house sustained hail damage, it can be difficult to know who to trust for the necessary repairs. Choosing a reputable, local company is key to ensuring that you will receive quality, honest service.
The Rooferees have a few [...]
Severe storms are common in the Midwest this time of year, and they can be very destructive. Hail and strong winds can damage roofs and siding, leading to expensive repair and replacement costs.
How do you know if your roof has suffered wind or hail damage [...]
As many have learned, working with Home Owner's Associations can be a downright pain. Many HOA's have a list of rules a mile long, making homeowner compliance a challenge. This can be especially challenging when it comes to the governance of roofing materials.[...]
Midwest weather is treacherous for you roof
As June turns into July, many homeowners are keen to keep one eye on the weather reports—and with good reason. June is regarded as the month most likely to see extreme weather, including tornado's, in Nebraska. [...]