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Texas Traditions Roofing Opens Repair Division
The company is opening the division to meet the needs of homeowners in need of minor repairs.
By: Texas Traditions Roofing
"We've found that homeowners who have a minor leak or small amount of damage following a storm are unsure of who they can call for their repair," explained Gary Emory, co-founder of Texas Traditions Roofing. "Many roofing companies are looking for larger jobs or full replacements and don't want to look at the small stuff. That's why we decided to start a dedicated repair division - to meet the need of these homeowners with smaller repairs."
The division will be staffed by Texas Traditions' certified Haag Residential Roof Inspectors, who completed a three-day, intensive training program to learn how hail and wind interact with various roofing types, how to perform inspections safely and to gain an understanding of roof area calculations and applicable codes. The company's shingle technicians have years of experience in performing effective repairs that are guaranteed to be leak-free.
"We have been called to fix repairs that were performed so poorly that the homeowner continued to experience problems," said Emory. "It's our promise to our customer that if our team performs a repair on a roof and the leak reoccurs, we will come back out and address it at no cost to them."
Texas Traditions Roofing is offering inspections to homeowners in need of repairs at no cost. Their trained roof advisers will inspect the roof, evaluate and assess the situation and provide a recommended repair and estimate.
About Texas Traditions Roofing
Texas Traditions Roofing began as a shared calling by the founding owners to work in their local community while giving back at the same time. The company specializes in residential and commercial roofing in the Central Texas region. They believe in doing business based on strong, traditional Texas values and work hard to establish A Tradition of Trust for customers and the community. For more information, visit www.texastraditionsroofing.com
Page Updated Last on: Mar 01, 2018