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  • Fire damaged houses spike in the winter for a variety of reasons so here are some tips to avoid fires this winter season as well as general tips for the year.   Avoid placing combustible objects (example: trash, newspapers and rags) away from your fireplace, stove or heater. Make sure that portable space heater have a UL mark on them because this means that the heater has a safety switch that turns the heater off if it tips over. Your fireplace needs a secure screen that will prevent sparks from flying out in to the room. Make annual maintenance repairs to your chimney and have it cleaned because the build up of creosote in the chimney can catch fire and

  • Just a week ago we received a call from a couple that had driven their car into the back of their garage.  They had called us because we had done a job for them about ten years ago.  They also wanted us to look at their roof because of the storm that had passed. We decided that the roof was damaged by hail and now they have a new roof on their house that has ensured there will be no leaks in the future and has updated their house.  With just a couple coats of paint we will be done with their house and moving our carpenter to a new job.

  • After the storms that ran through the plains states, we have been putting on new roofs for many people lately because of the hail and wind damage.  It is sometimes difficult to notice hail damage but it is a good idea to take a look at your roof after every major storm that blows through.  What you need to look for are small dents in the shingles and the vents. Also, look at the fascia (the metal or vinyl sheets that are just below the roof on the exterior walls of your house) and make sure that that has not also been damaged by hail.  If you do this now, you won't run in to any trouble if you ever want to

  • General tips for hiring contractors include: Get a written estimate. Compare services and prices before making a final decision. Also, read the fine print. Some contractors charge a fee for a written estimate, which is often applied to the cost of subsequent repairs. Check references. Contractors should be willing to provide names of previous customers. Call several former customers who had similar work done to make sure they were satisfied with the job. Ask for proof of insurance. Make sure the contractor carries general liability insurance and workers' compensation. If the contractor is not insured, the homeowner may be liable for accidents that occur on the property. Use reliable, licensed contractors. Call your local Better Business Bureau to inquire about

  • Insurance Reconstruction Services Twenty-four hour emergency on-call service and immediate response for property damage to your building and contents. We maintain an after-hours emergency service at (405) 427-1300 and we will respond promptly. Roofing Replace residential and commercial roofing Cool Flex Reflective White Coating certified applicator which is mostly used for commercial roofing Reconstruction and Restoration Complete Reconstruction Services Restoration Project Management Construction Consulting and Appraisals Residential and Commercial House Remodeling  Water damage Water Extraction Mold remediation Structural Drying Drying of Carpets and Hardwood Floors Structural Reconstruction   Fire, Lightning, Windstorm, Tornado Vandalism, Collapse, Explosion or Other Structural Damage Emergency Board-Up Emergency Roof Repair Complete Roof Repair Demolition and Debris Removal Cleanup and Drying Temporary Power Heating and Cooling System Malfunction Soot Removal

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