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Our promise is to always have your back and that you will always have the best workmanship, warranty, and customer service. We are a big family-oriented company, committed to going above-and-beyond in serving you for all your high-end commercial and residential roofing needs. At Proclaim Roofing, we will consistently deliver exceptional service, quality, care, and experience to you.
Since 2011, we’ve installed, replaced and repaired virtually every type of roof. Whether you’re interested in Asphalt, Cedar, Metal, Tile, or Slate, we have you covered. We also have experience working on Flat and High Pitch roofs so no matter what kind of structure you have, PROCLAIM ROOFING has the experience to do the job right – the first time.
We aim to complete your job, to your satisfaction, in just one day.
We do it all!. Since 2011, we have served all of North and West Texas by installing new roofs, replacing damaged roofs, and repairing roofs that don’t need a full replacement.
The best way to determine if a new roof is needed is to have a qualified professional perform a thorough inspection. Call or contact us today for a FREE inspection so we can help guide you on your best options.
Most companies only offer a two-year warranty. We offer a five-year workmanship warranty on all work completed. If the customer has any leaks, or shingles blow off for no reason, we will come back and fix it for FREE, for five years.
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Absolutely! PROCLAIM ROOFING proudly carries a $10,000,000 insurance policy so you have peace-of-mind that we’re serious about earning your trust.
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The best time you can replace your gutters is during summer when it’s dry. Installing gutters can be a dangerous task that’s especially difficult when it’s raining or snowing. Furthermore, roofers like working at times when there will be minimum interruptions due to bad weather. If you decide to DIY, ensure you do a thorough installation since you don’t know how the gutters will perform till the spring rains or winter snow arrives.
There are many different kinds of roof shingles: asphalt, cedar, tiles, metal, and slate. They all have their own strengths and weaknesses, hence what is ideal in another home may not necessarily work for you. But don’t fret, we will take you through the benefits of each type of roof and help you pick your best roofing material.
The most basic option, a simple 3-tab asphalt shingle roof, will last an average of 20 years. An architectural/dimensional shingle roof is thicker and more durable thus able to easily last more than 25 years. Premium shingles are the best type of asphalt roof and generally last for more than 30 years.
Firstly, wear protective clothing and secure yourself using a full-body harness. Use a broom or leaf blower to remove the debris on your roof then spray it with a roof cleaner. The cleaner you use should be a specially formulated cleaning agent that’s noncorrosive and environmentally friendly. Wait for about 20 minutes for the cleaner to do its job, then rinse the shingles using water. Ensure you clean your roof on an overcast day that isn’t too windy to prevent the roof cleaner from drying up too quickly.
Immediately place a bucket below the leak to contain the incoming water and dry out the area using a towel or sponge. Next, go to your attic to look for the site of the leak. Once you find it, apply tar to the underside of the roof, then press a shingle or piece of plywood into the tar to cover the leak. Apply more tar around the edges of the patch to properly seal the leak. However, this is just a quick fix to prevent worse damage. Remember to contact us later for a more permanent solution.
Different types of roofs add their own unique design element and come with various advantages and drawbacks. For instance, asphalt shingles are cheap, versatile and easy to install, but asphalt roofing doesn’t last very long. On the other hand, while slate is the most durable roofing material, it’s very heavy and expensive. Our experts should help you figure out what roofing type will best suit you.
Moss grows best in the shade so cut back trees that shade your roof to prevent it from taking hold. You can also apply a moss preventive treatment on your roof to hinder growth. Since copper and zinc are toxic to moss, you could affix some strips of the metals to the ridge of your roof. As it rains, water will carry molecules of zinc or copper down the roof and kill any growing moss. Alternatively, consider buying moss-resistant shingles. These have metal granules embedded in their surface to prevent the growth of moss.
The price of a roof depends on many factors including the size of the house, roofing materials, location, time of the year, labor costs and whether or not it’s a residential or commercial project. On average, a new roof costs about $6,000. For a more accurate estimate, don’t hesitate to contact us directly.
First, calculate the total length of gutters you’ll need for your house and buy them together with the appropriate number of downspouts and gutter brackets. Using a hacksaw or tin-snips, cut the gutters into their proper sizes. You should then mount the gutter brackets onto your house’s face board every 18-24 inches. Cut out openings irrelevant sections of the gutters for a downspout opening, then affix downspout connectors using metal screws and high-quality sealant. Don’t forget to attach end-caps to an open-ended run of the gutter. Place the gutters onto their brackets and attach the downspout to the connectors that were installed earlier. Lastly, use a sealant to seal any seams in the entire gutter system and let it dry overnight.