A roofing project can be a big job, which of course, involves a commitment of time and money and should serve as an investment in your home.
So, the last thing you want to find when the work is done is that the roofers left a mess. Your yard should look as it did before the job started, and that’s our commitment to you. Here at Authentic Restoration, we clean up after all our roofing projects, and to a standard that we are only happy with if you are. There is more to cleaning up after a project than clearing away nails when we’re done, although this is still important. (more…)
There are only so many times you can put off a job that needs doing, especially when it comes to the roof over your head. The last thing you want is a leak or worse, a potential roofing collapse.
The problem with re-roofing is that a lot of people don’t even realize when a roof needs to be replaced, or they may not be aware of the benefits. A roof replacement has so much to offer your home, as well as you, the homeowner. (more…)
Your roof is an essential part of your home’s structure. It protects the building against the elements and ensures that your walls and personal belongings stay dry. Since moisture protection is one of a roof’s primary functions, it follows, then, that your roof should be completely waterproof.
Without proper roof flashing, your roof can allow water to seep inside your home. Keep reading to learn more about roof flashing and why it matters to your home. (more…)
Whether you are the owner of a residential or commercial property, the last thing you need is a collapsing roof. Not only can a collapsing roof result in damage to the rest of your property and belongings, but it can also be dangerous to any occupants. Restoring a roof that collapsed can also cost a good deal of money to repair. (more…)
Lightning is the result of an abrupt and natural high-voltage electrical discharge between a storm cloud and the ground. Lightning occurs millions of times a day around the earth and is a common weather phenomenon. Recently there have been several lightning strikes in Raleigh, North Carolina that you may have seen on the local news!
Bill S was skeptical at first when Authentic Restoration’s Alfred Pickett informed him he had enough hail damage on his 13 year old Cedar Shake Roof to warrant an insurance claim. After the Authentic Inspector, Scott, showed Bill the damage photos though, he called in a claim to Pure Insurance. (more…)
Carline D lives in Moody, AL and was looking for the best roofing contractor to replace her storm damaged roof. She contacted Authentic Restoration and spoke with Nathan. Nathan came by that day and inspected the roof finding substantial hail damage. After showing the damage photos to Carline, she contacted her insurance company, State Farm, to file a claim for a complete roof replacement. (more…)
All the trees made photos tough on this job in Birmingham, AL but Shane’s Customer, Dariana D., was very happy with the result “Shane made my insurance claim for hail damage easy and he was responsive to calls during the process. It was raining the morning they came to take off my old roof and install the new one. When Shane arrived, he alleviated my concerns about re-roofing in the rain and stayed throughout the installation. The rain stopped after a few hours and they completed the job in 7 to 8 hours. They were hard working and made an effort to clean up around the house and they finished up.” (more…)
Margaret S contacted Shane at Authentic Restoration after having been referred by several other satisfied Customers from Springville. Shane promptly came out to provide a free roof inspection and found significant hail damage. Damage photos were shown to Margaret who promptly called a claim in to State Farm for an insurance roof claim. (more…)
Bobby P contacted Authentic Restoration when he was wondering if his roof had storm damage.
Scott promptly responded by driving over to the property, climbing on the roof and providing a free roof inspection. Scott showed Bobby the damage photos and stayed to answer any technical questions while the claim was called in. (more…)