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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
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

Where Hail Strikes: United States Hail Map

November 28, 2014
In their popular 1972 hit song “Stuck in the Middle”, Stealers Wheel sang “Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right, here I am stuck in the middle with you.” When it comes to hail, being in the middle really matters. Most hailstorms occur in a long vertical path that cuts through the middle of the United States,... Read More
Commercial roof completed by Coryell in OK

Benefits of a Duro-Last Roofing System

November 3, 2014
One of the most important investments a business can make is in their roof. A roofing system is important for the long-term viability of your business and the investment you’ve made in your property. A Duro-Last roof is one of the best options for structures with a flat roof or a gentle slope. Duro-Last roofs are durable, resistant to chemicals and... Read More
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How to Score a Touchdown in the Off-Season

September 23, 2014
It’s officially Fall! What does this mean? We can (almost) say goodbye to the sweltering heat and say hello to cooler temps and more colorful leaves. Football is back in full force. Both college football and the NFL are a few weeks into their respective seasons, and that means that tailgating has made its return, as well! Summer storm season... Read More
Annual roof inspections; University of Oklahoma

Annual Roof Inspections: A Back to School Tradition

August 22, 2014
It's the end of August, so that means school is officially back in session. You might be asking yourself, "What does going back to school have to do with commercial roofing?" And you might be surprised. As students are reminded to get their minds back on track and gear up for the new semester, it's our job to remind business... Read More
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Here Comes the Sun: The Best Roofs to Fight the Rays

July 28, 2014
July is the hottest month in both Oklahoma City and Amarillo, Texas, with temperatures that surge into the 90s. These hot outside temperatures are compounded by hot roofs in urban areas; according to the California Energy Commission (CEC), urban areas become "heat islands" and can be between 2 and 9 degrees hotter than surrounding rural areas. These elevated temperatures can... Read More
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Strong, Beautiful, and Budget-Friendly: Benefits of Metal Roofing

June 2, 2014
If you think metal roofs are limited to cold, loud, industrial buildings, you don’t know the benefits of today’s metal roofing materials. A modern metal roof isn’t the old corrugated “tin top” seen on barns and factories from years ago. Metal roofing material is high-tech, lightweight and attractive. In fact, you might drive by metal-roofed homes in your own neighborhood... Read More