Roofing and Insurance Working Together

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GAF® recently posted an article on their blog about the differences and similarities between roofing and insurance.

GAF Timberline RoofingGAF® manufactures some of the most well-known shingles in America. You may have heard of a “Timberline” roof?

Well, that’s a GAF® product.

Fireman Roofing Arlington TX loves to install GAF® shingles on our new roofs in Texas because we believe in the product: the shingles look great on the roof, the warranty is amazing, and GAF® Customer Service is first-class.

There were many good points mentioned in the article, but I found this one extremely insightful…

“One is a service provided by experts in their respected field to protect against potential unforeseen issues to a home. The other is a service provided by experts in their respected field to protect against potential damage to a home.”

dalmatian puppy dogAlthough the way roofing and insurance interact with each other has changed through the years, and will continue to evolve, the bottom line is that both reputable parties should have the homeowner in mind when handling their business.

If we both can not protect the homeowner, neither one of us should be in the business protecting homeowners.

Simple enough?

If you would like to read the full article, I’ve included the link to the post here:

The Differences Between Roofing and Insurance

Rescue Construction, The Fireman Roofing Company, may not act as, or hold ourselves out to be, a public insurance adjuster in Texas.

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