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Hail Damage Repair
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Dents or Holes in Roof
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5-year limited workmanship warranty

This workmanship warranty gives our customers peace of mind, knowing that the skilled roofers at Action Roofing stand behind our work confidently.

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It's All in the Family...

We are a local, family-owned roofing company with a long history in Texas. Our owner Mike Smola has been building homes since 1975 and comes from a family who has worked in the industry for generations. Mike’s father, Don, was an experienced carpenter who established his own roofing company in 1960. Don’s business was focused on craftsmanship, service, and family values. Mike learned the importance of quality work and customer service under his father’s mentorship. To carry on the family tradition, Mike opened Smola Enterprises in 1983 and transitioned to Action Roofing opening in 2005. Today, Mike and the team at Action Roofing are committed to performance, precision, and pride.


Why should I hire a local roofing company over a national company?

Hiring a local roofing company offers a variety of benefits over hiring a national company, and when deciding which option is best for your needs it’s important to take all these factors into account.

First and foremost, local roofers will often be more experienced in dealing with the climate, materials, and regulations specific to your region. For instance, if you live in an area with extreme temperatures or unpredictable weather conditions such as heavy rains or high winds then it’s important that your roofer is familiar with the specific challenges those environmental elements can present. Additionally, since they likely work in your area regularly they’ll be well-acquainted with local regulations regarding proper installation so that any new project complies.

Also consider the quality of customer service offered by local roofers versus national companies. National companies may not have an office located near you meaning their representative might need to coordinate from much farther away – leading to longer response times and potentially slower progress on projects due to distance/communication barriers.

Thank you to Superior Exteriors for sharing this answer!

How long do I have to file an insurance claim for a storm-damaged roof?

Filing an insurance claim for storm roof damage can be a complicated process, so it’s important to understand your rights and the timeline for filing. Depending on which state you live in, homeowners have anywhere from one to three years from the date of the incident to file an insurance claim. This window is determined by your state’s statute of limitations law, which sets the maximum amount of time someone has to take legal action over damages caused by another party.

In addition, there may be other time limits related to your specific policy or insurer that could affect when you need to file a claim. For example, many policies require that homeowners submit claims promptly after discovering damage or face reduced coverage and missed opportunities for compensation.

It is therefore critical that you contact an insurance agent as soon as possible after recognizing signs of storm-related damage—even if those signs are only minor at first. Be sure they review all applicable policies carefully and help you through any remaining steps necessary in order to ensure optimal coverage and benefits if and when filing an insurance claim becomes necessary down the line.

This information was provided by ResCo Roofing! You can check them out here:

How can I tell if my roof has hail damage?

You can identify potential hail damage on your roof by assessing various visual indicators. Look for dings, dents, or splatter marks on the roof vents, gutters, and roof flashing. Additionally, inspect the shingles for signs of impact, such as dents, cracks, or missing pieces. Another key area to check is the siding and window sills for any visible hail damage. Furthermore, if you notice exposed, black substrate on the shingles or bruising, it could indicate hail damage. Keep in mind that chipped paint on exterior surfaces may also suggest the impact of hail.

Another aspect to consider is the condition of the asphalt on the roof; high-impact hail can cause noticeable changes in its appearance. Additionally, examine the gutters and downspouts for dents and dings, which are common indications of roof damage from hail. It’s important to be thorough in your inspection, as identifying these signs early can prompt timely repairs, preventing potential issues such as leaks and structural deterioration.

When should I get a roof inspection?

A roof inspection is an important step in maintaining the health and integrity of your home. It can help detect problems early on, saving you a great deal of time and money down the road.

When it comes to deciding when to get your roof inspected, experts recommend having one done at least once every three years or after any major event that could have compromised its structural integrity (such as a severe storm). In addition, if you’re planning to buy or sell a house with an existing roof, it’s essential that you have one done before making any decisions. Finally, if you’ve had recent renovations done on your roof (for example, new shingles), then it’s also recommended that you get an independent third-party inspection from a professional contractor to ensure everything was completed properly and up to code.

Big thank you to Best Roofing Now for sharing this information with us!

What are the advantages of metal roofing?

Metal roofing provides homeowners with a number of great advantages, from long-term durability to energy savings. Generally speaking, metal roofs can last up to two or three times longer than conventional asphalt roofs. Metal systems have been known in some cases to even survive for as long as 50 years and beyond! On top of that, they’re extremely resistant to high winds, standing up remarkably well against the elements. In addition, this kind of material is extremely fire retardant and very low maintenance—they don’t need coatings as traditional roofing materials do.

This answer was provided by JBLRC!

What signs should I look out for that indicate I need roof repair?

Signs that indicate you need roof repair can vary depending on the type of roofing material you have, but there are some general indications that will help alert homeowners that repairs may be needed.

The most common sign is water damage. If you notice any water stains or damp patches in your ceiling, then this could suggest that there is a tear in the roofing material or compromised sealant around one of your roof fixtures such as a vent pipe, chimney stack, etc., allowing moisture to penetrate through.

Additionally, if you find shingle granules (the small gravel-like particles) in your guttering or downpipe this could indicate wear and tear on the surface layers of your shingle material. This is because new roofing materials contain protective granules embedded within them – so regular deposits should not occur after the installation has been completed unless they naturally shed over time due to weathering factors we cannot control such as UV Ray erosion and wind-bouncing debris against it.

Furthermore, other physical damage caused by hailstorms, ice damming resulting from intense cold periods leading to snow build up and melting, etc., can all cause significant wear and tear both visible from the ground and internally within attic spaces where insulation can become wet leading to further issues overtime if left unattended too long!   As well as physically inspecting for damage yourself (which must be done carefully due to safety concerns relating to heights), it’s important also to assess any pest activity potentially occurring around flashing elements such as squirrel/bird nests which might require relocation prior to beginning repair works – so get professional opinion before taking action!