We Do Not Storm Chase
We are a family-operated Texas company. We understand the devastation of storm damage because we have experienced it ourselves. While some companies swoop in to earn some extra money during hurricane season, our team provides help because we personally understand what the community needs. We are here to stay and lend a hand to those dealing with weather damage.
We Know Weather Damage
Living in Southeast Texas, we know just how devastating our weather can be. Kraft Roofing inspectors are designated HAAG-certified residential inspectors for wind and hail. We can efficiently inspect your home and assess the damage. We can also work closely with your insurance provider to determine one of the most common questions: Is there damage present and should we repair or replace?
Hail damage is often more complex than homeowners initially believe. Some people consider hail damage to be a simple cosmetic issue. The reality is, this could not be further from the truth. Hail can leave behind “bruises” on your roofing shingles. As a result, the water-shedding ability of the material can be compromised. If you suspect hail damage, do not wait until you have a leak to address the issue. Quickly repairing hail damage will prevent water damage as well as other types of roofing issues.
Being on the Gulf Coast, we have all experienced a few tropical storms and hurricanes. You know as well as we do that wind damage is the most common issue that comes from hurricane season. This is why it’s important to always have a roofing company that you can trust on hand.
Kraft can efficiently assess the damages and quickly patch a leak or temporarily tarp the damaged area to protect what matters most and prevent future loss. After the storm has passed, we can make permanent repairs to keep your home safe in the long run.
During a storm, our phone lines are available 24 hours a day. Call 281-816-710 and our team will be on site quickly.
Why Choose Us?
We do not storm chase. We are a family-operated Texas company and here to help fellow Texans.