Safe Roofing in Cook, Collin, & Dallas Counties during the COVID-19 Era

Safe Roofing in Cook, Collin, & Dallas Counties during the COVID-19 Era

These are difficult times with the presence of a disease that is apparently so easily spread. We understand you probably don’t want, much less need, salespeople, knocking on your door. So, in order to allow you to still get your roof repaired, we have developed a non-contact process from introduction to finished job while still providing you with complete information and answering any questions you may have throughout the process.

Why Freezing Weather is Bad for Your Roof, and What to Do About it

Why Freezing Weather is Bad for Your Roof, and What to Do About it

When temperatures began to fall in Texas, the weather becomes increasingly unpredictable. As cold temperatures become the norm and the possibility of having to deal with freezing increases, the need to protect your roof system becomes very important. In addition to more common storms, including more heavy rain, wind, and other potential problems, business and homeowners need to worry about how this problem can be made worse by the cold. At Springtree Restoration in Allen, TX, our team of experienced roofing contractors has been helping the residents of the DFW Metroplex for years with a wide variety of problems including roofing repairs related to freezing weather.

Signs of a Leaky Roof All Homeowners Should Know

Signs of a Leaky Roof All Homeowners Should Know

April will be here very soon, and it will bring its showers along with it. Increased rain means increased chances of water damage happening to your home. Although it may be hard to believe, some water damage occurs without the visible presence of a full-on leak. We are going to share with you some signs that your roof might have a leak in it. If you live in DFW and are worried your roof is unprepared for the impending rainy weather, award-winning Springtree Restoration can get that fixed right up! Give us a call today to schedule a roof inspection and see if your roof is up to the demands of North Texas’s most rainy season.