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Howdy! Doing Business in Texas

January 28, 2016
Of all the states, Texas might be the most unique. It was, after all, it was its own country before entering the union. Remember The Alamo? Texas is the largest state on the mainland of the United States. It has four of the fastest-growing cities in the country: Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Overall, Texas grew by more than... Read More

Top Roofing Trends for 2016

January 14, 2016
It’s 2016, can you believe it? Time flies when you’re installing a lot of roofs. How can you stay ahead of what’s happening in building and roofing so your business is not left behind? Here are a few trends in roofing to watch for in the coming year. Solar Options Why is solar so popular right now? Because solar roofs... Read More

The Antlers, Oklahoma tornado of 1945

July 10, 2015
This is the third installment in a series that looks at the history of storms in Oklahoma. On April 13, 1945, while much of the nation was reacting to the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, many people in Oklahoma and a few other states were busy recovering from a devastating storm that produced some of the most powerful tornadoes... Read More

The coincidental 4/30 storms of Oklahoma

June 15, 2015
This is the second in a series on the history of storms in Oklahoma. Any time a tornado touches ground, it’s scary. One tornado can cause devastation. On April 30, 1949, not one but four tornadoes touched down in the Oklahoma City area on a day that kept residents scrambling. But that was only the first time more than one... Read More

Ted Fujita and "Mr. Tornado"

May 27, 2015
This is part of a series on the history of storms and weather. When you earn the nickname “Mr. Tornado” you’re either a really great weatherman or perhaps a comic book villain. (BATMAN vs MR. TORNADO is a title we fully expect to see from DC Comics in the near future.) The real “Mr. Tornado” was neither a typically trained... Read More
Choosing Insurance in Dallas

Choosing Commercial Insurance in Dallas

April 27, 2015
When you make the decision to build, rent, or lease a building for your commercial business, you have a lot of things to consider. You’ll have to acquire commercial insurance to protect your building, store, property, assets, roof, and so on. But how do you make that important decision? Look for Experience There are many options for insurance for your... Read More

INFOGRAPHIC: Tornado Maps and Facts

April 21, 2015
Where do tornadoes occur? How deadly are they? When and where does hail strike? A new infographic published by Coryell Roofing answers these questions and more.
The Right Way to Do Business in Oklahoma

Doing Business the Right Way in Oklahoma

March 3, 2015
It's not always easy to describe what "the right way" is, but it's usually very easy to recognize what "the wrong way" is. At Coryell Roofing, we pride ourselves in doing business the right way. We value our reputation and we're committed to making our community a safer, better place to live. Are you a locally-owned business in Oklahoma? Are... Read More

Do Missing Shingles Mean I Need a New Roof?

February 23, 2015
Are you inspecting your roof regularly for possible damage? You should be. Even if you haven’t had a bad storm you should keep a watchful eye on your roof. Any loss of materials on your roof can lead to costly damage to your building. What if you see a few shingles missing? Does this mean you need a new roof?... Read More

What is Baffling?

February 4, 2015
Don’t forget the “other side” of your roof. The interior of your roof has to be maintained and insulated. Ventilation is very important to the health of your roof from the inside out. But what role does baffling play in the performance of your roof? First let’s discuss the process of ventilating your roof. The gable of your building should... Read More