No roof is too high for us. Even though most homes are one or two stories, we have ladders big enough for even the tallest homes.
Hail can be a brutal thing to your roof. It makes the granules to break apart and causes the shingles to crack.
This is clear evidence that this roof has been hit bad by hail storms. We will remove and replace these jacks to make sure that they can withstand the next storm.
Did you know the typical roof pitch is between 3/12 and 6/12?
Now that this roof has been replaced with GAF Timberline HD shingles, this roof can withstand the next hurricane that will hit the Gulf Coast.
Did you know? Here at Ernie Smith and Sons Roofing we offer annual roof checks for all of our replaced roofs.
Our Service Representative Jerry Fowler reached out to our client Mr. Joe after noticing significant hail damage on the roof. Mr. Joe and Jerry agreed that it would be appropriate to call in the claim to insurance. We were able to get this approved, with very little to supplement. This home is multiple levels and on pylons. Here at Ernie Smith and Sons we do a lot of homes on the water. For some companies, working with regulations can be a hassle. Especially strict regulations, like Texas Department of Insurance's regulations on the Gulf Coast. Commonly referred to as "Texas Windstorm Regulations," these rules are strictly enforced, so any contractor in this area must be on his or her toes. We cut our teeth here on the Gulf Coast, however, so these rules are second nature to us.