Alliance Roofing Company - Houston Texas Blog

Alliance Roofing Company is able to meet your repair and replacement needs while respecting social distancing guidelines. Everything in the roofing process can be done remotely without ever needing to enter your home.
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Purchasing a new roof is a major decision and a big investment. Making good choices when replacing your roof will not only add curb appeal and value to your home, but will also provide your family protection and peace of mind for years to come. In the Gulf Coast area, a high-quality roof should last 15-25 years barring any major storm events such as hurricanes or hailstorms. We are often asked about roof warranty options, and this is an area of confusion when selecting a new roof. Here’s a brie...
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First impressions are everything. And even though we’ve been told not to judge a book by its cover, we certainly judge a house by what we can see from the front yard. So, whether you’re getting your house ready to sell, or attempting to update your home, there are several things you can do to increase your curb appeal. Rely on Alliance Roofing Company to elevate both the appeal and value of your home so that you can feel proud when you pull into the driveway.
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How to Spot a Leaky Roof

31 Jan, 2020 |
You can rest easy when you have a roof over your head--until that roof starts leaking. If there are signs of moisture on your ceiling, don’t wait to investigate the roof. Let us show you the signs that indicate a leaky roof and how to safely mark the leak location. When you catch the leak early, you maximize your repair budget and minimize the damage.
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We always get questions about deductibles. How high a deductible you should have is a matter of personal choice that should be carefully evaluated with your insurance agent. While the idea of carrying a higher deductible to save money on policy premiums may sound very enticing, remember that if you need to file a claim you will have a lot more out of pocket expense to cover. For instance, if your roof incurs $3,000 of damage in a hailstorm and your deductible is $5,000, you will pay for the enti...
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If you see hail in your yard, chances are it has also damaged your roof. What kind of damage? That depends on several factors - mainly how big the hail was and how long the hailstorm lasted.
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