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10 Questions Homeowners Should Ask Their Roofing Contractor   1)      My insurance carrier has suggested that I obtain at least three bids before selecting a contractor, is that necessary? No, it is not necessary. You are free to choose the contractor of your choice. Neither can your insurance company suggest that you use, or not use any particular contractor. In most cases, if you are asked to obtain multiple estimates, the insurance company will approve the lowest bid. This not...

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George Burns once said, "I'd rather be a failure at something I enjoy than be a success at something I hate." Here at Divine Roofing, Inc., we don't install roofs simply out of a desire to succeed as some may define success, we install roofs because we love to do so. We are passionate about what we do and we believe that passion is transferred to each and every customer on each and every job and the results to the customer are satisfaction and a job well done. Our slogan is: "Everlasting...

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Recently a client asked us to come take a look at his roof. He had requested an inspection by his insurance company and they denied that any storm-related damage was present and told him his roof was in good shape. He called us because he was a little concerned about the insurance adjusters inspection and wanted a second opinion. Our inspection revealed a slightly different scenario. As it turns out there was in fact several wind-torn shingles on the main house as well as over a dozen fairly...

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There are a plethora of reasons that could cause a roof to be in need of replacement. It could be hail damage, wind damage, tree damage, manufacturers defect, wear and tear, or sometimes it's simply that the shingles have reached their life expectancy and the replacement is due to aging. But have you ever considered that sometimes it could be just about curb appeal? The following photos represent a situation which was just about all of the above, and then some. Not only were there multiples...