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The Inspection will cover every aspect and penetration on your roofing system. our representative will issue a hand written inspection report on site. Our office will also email a photo report to you within 24 hours of inspection. Great, if you have a few things preventing you from closing the deal! Even if a piece of mind is all your looking for, our team will leave you with all the information needed for that reassurance.
Filing a homeowners insurance claim for roof damage with insurance company representatives, no matter how friendly and helpful they may be, are on the side of the insurance company. Our team of representatives are trained to help you with your insurance claim. We work with you to get the best roofing system possible with your claim.
ETX Leak Busters offers an array of maintenance plans. This includes one of our certified technicians coming out and inspecting your roof and preforming all general maintenance related work, to insure you get the most out of your roof.
Whether or not you notice any immediate damage, it will be important for your future insurance claim to mitigate any potential problems by placing tarps over the roof and checking for water damage, mold, or other issues that may cause further damage before your insurance claim can get paid out and your roof can be restored or repaired.
An increasingly popular type of roofing, especially in areas prone to wildfire danger, standing-seam metal roofs are made from large steel panels laid on the roof deck with the seams overlapping in raised ridges that run vertically along the roof slope. Metals used are usually steel or aluminum, although copper and zinc are also used. These roofs are virtually maintenance free, and very durable.
Composite shingle roofing is the most popular of all roofing materials, found on more than 80 percent of all homes. Composite shingles use either an organic or fiberglass base that is saturated with asphalt, coated on the bottom side with asphalt, and the exposed surface impregnated with small chips of slate, schist, quartz, or ceramic granules. The vast popularity of shingles owes to the relatively low cost, easy installation, and decent life expectancy. These roofs are normally installed by professional crews
Torch down roofing is one of the most common types of roofing for flat and slightly-sloped roofs. Torch down roofing consists of multiple modified bitumen membranes, applied with a propane torch.
It's a single-ply membrane made from a polymerized combination of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene rubber that can be attached to a roof with adhesive or with mechanical fasteners.