Tips You Can Use When Planning For A New Roof In Nashville Is your roof in need of replacing?  If so, you probably have insurance, but this does not mean they are going to pay for a new roof if you have damage.  The game has changed in the last few years and insurance companies have become smarter.  Now, if your roof is old and worn out it is your problem, not the insurance companies; with larger deductibles and non-recoverable depreciation written in your policy, Insurance companies are catching up. We have learned after meeting with a number of insurance adjusters that the company you pay for insurance has cracked down on just writing checks. You must have damage caused by storms, wind or hail.  Most all policies have read this way for years.  We as homeowners and roofing contractors have had it easy for years.  In some cases it was as easy as a phone call, but those days are over. Here are a few tips you can use when planning for a new roof: Keep your roof clean of debris, such as leaves and limbs that build up. Clean your gutters twice a year. Have a Roofing Contractor inspect your roof and make small repairs if needed. Seal all roof penetrations and check attic for leaks. If your roof is over 15 years old, call your insurance agent and lower your deductible.  This may cost you a little more each month, but now you are playing the game and may very well win. If your deductible was $2,000 and is lowered to $500 and a storm hits, the insurance company will be paying the $7,000 (the average cost of a new roof) less your $500 deductible.  If it takes three years for a storm to hit your roof, and it will, you will have won the game. Call Today for a Free Quote:  (615) 300-6005 Roof Installation: What to Expect from Professional Roofing Contractors When getting a new roof you must always check out the Contractors to make sure they are insured and bonded with a license from the state of TN.  If you have done your homework and the contractors are in business, they should never ask for you money up front. During the tear off process, the Contractors should always monitor the weather for rain or storms.  No shingles should be removed unless the new roof can be installed the same day.  This will insure the Contractors have made an effort to control possible water damage from the chance of rain while the job is not being attended. During the installation the Roofer should inspect the wood under your roof to make sure of any rotten area.  Now that the home is ready for a new roof, roofer’s felt must be installed over the wood before any shingles are installed.  Now that we are ready for shingles a good quality shingle can be installed.  All shingles shall be hand nailed for proper installation.  Flashing should be inspected and all vent pipe boots should be replaced. If you have chosen the right roofer that follows these guide lines, your roof will give you many trouble free years. Business Roofing Taken for Granted, Leads to Big Cash Loss While your company may not suffer as ACE Check Cashing Company in Washington State did in late March of 2013, (armed robbers come through the ROOF to hold up Ace Cash Express) procrastination in the detail of maintaining a solid, functioning top to your building can lead to cash loss in a more serious matter:  business shutdown, reorganizing of facility while under repair, or use of a temporary site to continue working. Here are a few suggestions to know if your roofing specialist is qualified and continually working in the best interest of one of your company’s main assets-the top of it’s structure:  Work with an experienced commercial roofing contractor with a track record of success documented by local businesses.  Ask for references you can contact. While a residential roofing specialist may have knowledge and some experience working with roofs like yours, a company with a team that weekly if not daily works in this area of roofing is most likely aware of the latest products and methods of protecting your investment. Actions Speak Louder than Words.  Talk with friends in local buildings and ask about their commercial roofing contractor.  How long and why have they worked with the same roofing company?  Have they worked with a single contact or a team?  Has there been much turnover or do they remember by name from the beginning? How much preventative roof maintenance have they done?  How often do they inspect or call on various customers?  What calculating has been done to evaluate deciding to repair versus replace sections or entire roofing?  How Reachable and Responsive are they?  What types of monitoring systems do they have in place to provide for protection against mold, water damage and other various enemies of computers, electronic equipment along with various furniture and products susceptible to this abnormal aging? Terry Woodall Roofing company has a team with more than 50 years experience serving Middle Tennessee businesses for more than 25 years. Their commitment to you includes updating with the latest technology for better roofing to guard your company interests from frequent storms, heavy winds and excessive heat temperatures. With Round the Clock availability, any shift your company has may receive needed response, temporary repair if needed and a thorough inspection and report for your company to decide what’s in your best interest-with all the information you need to make the right call. A Warranty Only as Good as the Contractor Giving It How many times has the warranty run out on an item just before the engine goes south or the appliance no longer functions properly?  Your roof is too valuable an investment to gamble on the fine print in papers rarely if ever read. Questions to the roofing company can avert some of the disappointment up the road.  But the true credibility of your roofing materials boils down to a simple relationship:  The Roofing Company and the Material Manufacturer!  A good reason to select Terry Woodall Roofing is his reputation.  A company doesn’t stay in business with high honors for more than a quarter of a century without solid working relationships. And going to bat for the customer by honoring their workmanship and that of the material companies they use allows Terry Woodall Roofing it’s well-earned status in the residential roofing industry.  Dealing with top line manufacturers (Velux, DuroLast and CertainTeed to name a few) prevents a majority of early wearing of your roof.  Dealing with qualified, nationally respected results is the accountability needed if the product doesn’t perform. But ultimately, it comes down to Terry Woodall Roofing and their willingness to stand by their work and hold the manufacturers responsible to replace the roofing materials at no extra cost to the customer. Installing the replacement product at little or no cost is also a trademark of one of Middle Tennessee’s finest residential Roofing Contractors.  Why not call today and find out the value of a well earned reputation and experience the difference on your home’s key protection-your roof? Call Today for a Free Quote:  (615) 300-6005
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Tips You Can Use When Planning For A New Roof In Nashville Is your roof in need of replacing?  If so, you probably have insurance, but this does not mean they are going to pay for a new roof if you have damage.  The game has changed in the last few years and insurance companies have become smarter.  Now, if your roof is old and worn out it is your problem, not the insurance companies; with larger deductibles and non-recoverable depreciation written in your policy, Insurance companies are catching up. We have learned after meeting with a number of insurance adjusters that the company you pay for insurance has cracked down on just writing checks. You must have damage caused by storms, wind or hail.  Most all policies have read this way for years.  We as homeowners and roofing contractors have had it easy for years.  In some cases it was as easy as a phone call, but those days are over. Here are a few tips you can use when planning for a new roof: Keep your roof clean of debris, such as leaves and limbs that build up. Clean your gutters twice a year. Have a Roofing Contractor inspect your roof and make small repairs if needed. Seal all roof penetrations and check attic for leaks. If your roof is over 15 years old, call your insurance agent and lower your deductible.  This may cost you a little more each month, but now you are playing the game and may very well win. If your deductible was $2,000 and is lowered to $500 and a storm hits, the insurance company will be paying the $7,000 (the average cost of a new roof) less your $500 deductible.  If it takes three years for a storm to hit your roof, and it will, you will have won the game. Call Today for a Free Quote:  (615) 300-6005
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Tips You Can Use When Planning for a New Roof in Nashville Is your roof in need of replacing?  If so, you probably have insurance, but this does not mean they are going to pay for a new roof if you have damage.  The game has changed in the last few years and insurance companies have become smarter.  Now, if your roof is old and worn out it is your problem, not the insurance companies; with larger deductibles and non-recoverable depreciation written in your policy, Insurance companies are catching up. We have learned after meeting with a number of insurance adjusters that the company you pay for insurance has cracked down on just writing checks. You must have damage caused by storms, wind or hail.  Most all policies have read this way for years.  We as homeowners and roofing contractors have had it easy for years.  In some cases it was as easy as a phone call, but those days are over. Here are a Few Tips You Can Use When Planning for a New Roof: Keep your roof clean of debris, such as leaves and limbs that build up. Clean your gutters twice a year. Have a Roofing Contractor inspect your roof and make small repairs if needed. Seal all roof penetrations and check attic for leaks. If your roof is over 15 years old, call your insurance agent and lower your deductible.  This may cost you a little more each month, but now you are playing the game and may very well win. If your deductible was $2,000 and is lowered to $500 and a storm hits, the insurance company will be paying the $7,000 (the average cost of a new roof) less your $500 deductible.  If it takes three years for a storm to hit your roof, and it will, you will have won the game. Call Today for a Free Quote:  (615) 300-6005 Roof Installation:  What to Expect from Professional Roofing Contractors When getting a new roof you must always check out the Contractors to make sure they are insured and bonded with a license from the state of TN.  If you have done your homework and the contractors are in business, they should never ask for you money up front. During the tear off process, the Contractors should always monitor the weather for rain or storms.  No shingles should be removed unless the new roof can be installed the same day.  This will insure the Contractors have made an effort to control possible water damage from the chance of rain while the job is not being attended. During the installation the Roofer should inspect the wood under your roof to make sure of any rotten area.  Now that the home is ready for a new roof, roofer’s felt must be installed over the wood before any shingles are installed.  Now that we are ready for shingles a good quality shingle can be installed.  All shingles shall be hand nailed for proper installation.  Flashing should be inspected and all vent pipe boots should be replaced. If you have chosen the right roofer that follows these guide lines, your roof will give you many trouble free years. Business Roofing Taken for Granted, Leads to Big Cash Loss While your company may not suffer as ACE Check Cashing Company in Washington State did in late March of 2013, (armed robbers come through the ROOF to hold up Ace Cash Express) procrastination in the detail of maintaining a solid, functioning top to your building can lead to cash loss in a more serious matter:  business shutdown, reorganizing of facility while under repair, or use of a temporary site to continue working. Here are a few suggestions to know if your roofing specialist is qualified and continually working in the best interest of one of your company’s main assets-the top of it’s structure:  Work with an experienced commercial roofing contractor with a track record of success documented by local businesses.  Ask for references you can contact. While a residential roofing specialist may have knowledge and some experience working with roofs like yours, a company with a team that weekly if not daily works in this area of roofing is most likely aware of the latest products and methods of protecting your investment. Actions Speak Louder than Words.  Talk with friends in local buildings and ask about their commercial roofing contractor.  How long and why have they worked with the same roofing company?  Have they worked with a single contact or a team?  Has there been much turnover or do they remember by name from the beginning? How much preventative roof maintenance have they done?  How often do they inspect or call on various customers?  What calculating has been done to evaluate deciding to repair versus replace sections or entire roofing? How Reachable and Responsive are they? What types of monitoring systems do they have in place to provide for protection against mold, water damage and other various enemies of computers, electronic equipment along with various furniture and products susceptible to this abnormal aging? Terry Woodall Roofing company has a team with more than 50 years experience serving Middle Tennessee businesses for more than 25 years. Their commitment to you includes updating with the latest technology for better roofing to guard your company interests from frequent storms, heavy winds and excessive heat temperatures. With Round the Clock availability, any shift your company has may receive needed response, temporary repair if needed and a thorough inspection and report for your company to decide what’s in your best interest-with all the information you need to make the right call. A Warranty Only as Good as the Contractor Giving It How many times has the warranty run out on an item just before the engine goes south or the appliance no longer functions properly? Your roof is too valuable an investment to gamble on the fine print in papers rarely if ever read. Questions to the roofing company can avert some of the disappointment up the road. But the true credibility of your roofing materials boils down to a simple relationship: The Roofing Company and the Material Manufacturer! A good reason to select Terry Woodall Roofing is his reputation. A company doesn’t stay in business with high honors for more than a quarter of a century without solid working relationships. And going to bat for the customer by honoring their workmanship and that of the material companies they use allows Terry Woodall Roofing it’s well-earned status in the residential roofing industry. Dealing with top line manufacturers (Velux, DuroLast and CertainTeed to name a few) prevents a majority of early wearing of your roof. Dealing with qualified, nationally respected results in the accountability needed if the product doesn’t perform. But ultimately, it comes down to Terry Woodall Roofing and their willingness to stand by their work and hold the manufacturers responsible to replace the roofing materials at no extra cost to the customer. Installing the replacement product at little or no cost is also a trademark of one of Middle Tennessee’s finest residential Roofing Contractors. Why not call today and find out the value of a well earned reputation and experience the difference on your home’s key protection- your roof? Call Today for a Free Quote:  (615) 300-6005
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