Storm Info: How Hailstorms Can Affect Your Roofing

Of all the severe weather that rolls through North Texas, hailstorms are among the scariest and most damaging. Hailstones come in various shapes and sizes. Some have jagged edges that can leave your roofing shingles in splinters. Others are heavy and dense enough to punch right through your roofing materials. Hail damage can be tricky to detect because it sometimes looks like aged spots rather than storm damage, and some insurance companies might try to get out of paying hail claims for this reason.

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How to Take Care of a Commercial Roof

Commercial roofs are built to last for many years because of the tough materials they are made from. If your commercial roof was installed correctly, proper maintenance can help it last 25, 35, or even 50 years. But what is proper maintenance for a commercial roof? In this article, we take a look at the things you can do to make sure your commercial roof has the longest possible lifespan. If you have any questions, call Springtree Restoration for more information. We restore roofs of all kinds, and we will provide a free inspection to see what kind of repairs your roof requires.

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4 Benefits of Replacing Your Commercial Roof

Did your commercial building take a beating from the severe storms that passed through North Texas during the spring and early summer? Unexpected hail and high winds can really do a number on commercial buildings, many of which have flat roofs. If yours has developed leaks or other visible signs of damage, you might be wondering if you should try to have it repaired or just get a total roof replacement. Springtree Restoration repairs and replaces storm-battered roofs throughout North Texas, and we’re here to help you choose the solution that best fits your needs.

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5 Qualities of a Good Roofer

When your roof is damaged and needs repairs or replacement, you might be tempted to work with the roofing company that offers you the lowest price. That’s understandable, but it’s not always the wisest decision. There are many more factors to consider besides lowball prices. With so many roofing companies competing for your business, how can you be sure you’re choosing the best one?

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NTRCA: What HB 2102 Means for Your Business

The North Texas Roofing Contractors Association (NTRCA) recently hosted a luncheon where Texas House Bill 2102 was the topic of discussion. The Springtree crew was in attendance and our own founder, AJ Huckaby, was the Q&A moderator of the session. We learned valuable information about the contents of HB 2102 and what it means for roofers going forward. Here is everything you need to know about the new law and how to make sure your company is compliant.

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How to Keep Pests Out of Your Roof

Your roof is the structure that keeps your family safe, warm, and protected from creepy critters. But what happens when pests start making their homes in your roof or attic? They can cause structural damage, noise and odors, and even introduce bacteria and disease into your home. If you suspect that you have some unwanted guests in your roof or attic, call Springtree Restoration to come repair the damage they’ve done and inspect your roof for points of entry.

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5 Common Causes of Commercial Roof Leaks

Every homeowner watches their ceiling for leaks, but commercial roofs can also suffer damage and let moisture into your place of business. If you notice any of the tell-tale signs like water spots on the ceiling, bubbling or tearing paint, the smell of mildew, or puddles of water on the floor, it’s time to call Springtree Restoration to inspect your roof today! Our team brings years of experience to every job. You can trust us to work with integrity and professionalism every step of the way.

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Summer AC Bills Too High? A New Roof Can Help Lower Them!

North Texas summers can be brutal. More often than not, the temperatures reach the triple digits and sit there for months while our AC units struggle to keep up with the demand for cool air. Of course, this leads to a spike in our energy bills. It’s not uncommon for homeowners in Dallas-Fort Worth to see bills for several hundreds of dollars at least once in the summer months.

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