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Standing Seam Metal Roofing – Evergreen Color – Pipe Creek Texas
Posted By: ROX Roofing
January 23, 2020

Standing Seam Metal Roofing – Evergreen Color – Pipe Creek Texas

In this standing seam roof installation video in Pipe Creek, Texas, we’ll show the major metal roof installation processes. Generally speaking we will show the entire process on a simple gable style roof. It starts with preparing the metal “roll-forming”. This is a cool process as you can see where…

San Antonio – Are you tired of roofers knocking on your door?
Posted By: ROX Roofing
January 23, 2020

San Antonio – Are you tired of roofers knocking on your door?

Are you tired of roofers knocking on your door? If you were hit by the San Antonio April 13th hail storm in 2019, and tired of door knockers, out of town contractors, storm chasers and are looking for a local San Antonio Roofing contractor, look no further, you have found…

Can Metal Roofs Be Repaired?
Posted By: ROX Roofing
January 23, 2020

Can Metal Roofs Be Repaired?

Standing seam metal roofs are beautiful, but sometimes repairs can be an ugly pain, specially on metal roofs.   The house in this video is in Bulverde, Texas, about 15 miles north of San Antonio. This standing seam metal roof is original to the house. These roof leaks have been…

5 Things To Ask Before Hiring A Roofer In San Antonio
Posted By: ROX Roofing
January 23, 2020

5 Things To Ask Before Hiring A Roofer In San Antonio

1. Are All Roofing Companies Made The Same? All companies stem from the owners values and ethics. When interviewing potential roofing contractors in San Antonio, make sure to take a second look at their online presence. Reading customer reviews on the BBB, Social Media and Google, one can learn a…

How To Check For Roof Hail Damage On My Roof.
Posted By: ROX Roofing
January 23, 2020

How To Check For Roof Hail Damage On My Roof.

Checking for hail damage on your roof is easy, if you know what youre looking for. Here well go over one way a do it yourself (DIY) home owner can inspect their roof for storm, hail and or wind damage. Dont worry, this will be short, plus theres a video…