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Tips to protect your home from storm damage

Storm Damage

Leaks and roof problems

A leak in the attic?

After a strong storm or wind-driven rain, take a look in the attic for signs of a leak. It could indicate damaged shingles, inadequate underlayment or deteriorated flashing.

Blistering or peeling interior or exterior paint?

Moisture trapped in the house due to poor ventilation can cause exterior paint to peel and blister.

Stains on interior ceilings and walls – mold or mildew growth?

Stains, or worse, mold, can be caused by leaks from outside the house or moisture trapped inside.

Exterior decay in sheathing and/or siding?

Excess moisture can also contribute to decay, when it first starts it gets rapidly worse

Missing, cracked, or curled shingles?

Dry, cracked, or easily broken shingles have reached the end of their useful life, and it’s time to invest in a new roof.  It’s better to fix the problem sooner than later

Dark, “dirty-looking” areas on your roof?

Vegetation, fungus, mold, or algae growth can cause dark stains on your shingles.

Excessive energy costs?

Inadequate ventilation can possibly drive up your household cooling costs by trapping hot air in the attic. Attic moisture can also drip into your insulation, reducing its effectiveness.

 

If you notice anything which might be a leak, or your just not sure if it’s damaged or not, don’t wait till its to late, call us today at 844-ROYAL-14 or click here to be directed to our contact page

Insurance Companies

Insurance Companies

Q: Will my insurance companies pay for a new roof replacement?

A: Your insurance company should pay for damage that is the result of an act of nature or accident. These include hail storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, falling branches or debris, or other incident if specified on your contract.
**We use the word should because some insurance companies will fight to not pay what you deserve.**

Q: What to do if I think my roof is damaged?

A: Contact a representative at Royal Crown Roofing to inspect your roof and document damage, We offer free inspections and details of how to contact us is here. We can help by inspecting your roof and seeing if there is enough damage to warrant an insurance claim.

Q: What will happen during the insurance inspection?

A: Our dedicated roof inspectors can be on hand when your insurance adjustor arrives to inspect the damage, they will ensure the adjuster can see all the damage the inspector can and make sure all areas of concern are included on the final report. This ensures you get the compensation you deserve from your roofing insurance inspection for quality roof repairs and replacements.

Q: How much money will I get from my insurance company?

A: A final determination of the value of the claim will be made by the insurance company, based on the report from the insurance adjustor. This is where Royal Crown Roofing stands above all else, if we do not believe the adjuster has provided a fair estimate we will request a new adjuster to view the damages on your roof.

Q: I have several estimates to repair my roof and they are all different. Why?

A: Before making a decision, make sure all the estimates are offering the same materials and workmanship. One contractor might propose using 30 year shingles, while another may offer installation of a 50 year shingle.

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GAF Lifetime Roofing

Here’s a short video on GAF lifetime roofing, this is a brief explanation of the replacement of a roof and how we at Royal Crown roofing can protect your home using Certified GAF products.

We here at Royal crown roofing are proud to use GAF as our supplier for our roofing needs.

Click here to see more useful information and tips on our blog.

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How to Inspect for Damage

Inspect

Why wait for the drip, drip, drip of a damaged roof It’s a good idea to inspect your roof regularly, particularly in Texas where we get extreme weather. You can inspect your roof yourself by either climbing on your roof or by using binoculars from the ground. If you do choose to go up on […]

Timberline Roofs

Here is an interesting short video, courtesy of our suppliers at GAF showing us how Timberline roofs are made and the protection they offer.

We here at Royal crown roofing are proud to use GAF as our supplier for all roofing needs.

Click here to see more useful information and tips on our blog.

Roof Evaluation

Inspect your roof carefully for the following signs that your roof may need attention:

  • Leaks in the attic after driving rain
  • Blistering and peeling of outside paint
  • Stains, mold, or mildew growth on interior ceilings and walls
  • Roof shingle, sheathing and/or siding decay
  • Missing, cracked, or curled shingles

If you notice anything which might be a leak, or your just not sure if it’s damaged or not, don’t wait till its to late, call us today at 844-ROYAL-14 or click here to be directed to our contact page

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Hello From Royal Crown Roofing

Here at Royal Crown Roofing we understand the needs of the people we help. We know it takes trust, caring for each and every client, quality materials, workmanship & integrity. As a family run business, we pride ourselves on the same principles & virtues at our home as well our clients. Our family has been in the construction industry for over 50 years and we are now proud to specialize in helping you with all your roofing needs. Our commitment to customer satisfaction and beautiful workmanship is what sets us apart from everyone else.

We look forward to hearing from you and growing our family.