Our Journey. Our Goal. Our Commitment.
From humble beginnings comes amazing growth! Established in 2011, Apple Roofing currently ranks as one of the largest roof repair and replacement companies in the United States. Recently, Crest Exteriors, LLC and Triad, Inc merged with Apple under the Apple Roofing brand and now operates with support centers in Plano, TX, Blue Springs, MO, and Lincoln, NE. Apple Roofing provides roof repair and replacement services to residential and commercial customers through its branch locations in 10 states.
QUALITY, INTEGRITY, and SERVICE
We handle every roofing project as if it were our own property. We approach every project with a focus on quality, integrity and service. Once the job is completed, you will see the difference and you will be glad you chose Apple Roofing to handle your roofing needs!
We take incredible pride in every single member of our team, from sales, to production, to office staff. We are all a part of the customer’s project. We are fully licensed, and insured. We are members of the Better Business Bureau and other community and professional organizations.
Our local branches and service areas
We are licensed, bonded and insured in 26 states! So, with 12 branch offices, we’ve got teams of roofing contractors to address the roofing needs of homeowners and businesses throughout the south central, heartland and north central United States.
Roof Repair And Replacement FAQ's
The best way to know if you need a new roof or not is to have a qualified professional come do a comprehensive inspection. During a comprehensive inspection, the professional will assess the overall condition of the roofing system, and the individual components (flashings, boots, sealants, ventilation, etc..) and make a recommendation based upon the findings. Apple Roofing completes a (15 point inspection)* for no charge!
It’s a great idea to call a professional even if you suspect problems as ignoring them can lead to a much more costly repair in the future.
A professional can make a recommendation on this after assessing the overall condition of the system. Oftentimes regular maintenance will extend the life of your roofing system.
The answer here depends on the size of your home and the condition of your roof as well as the grade of materials you select.
That depends on the condition of the gutters and whether roofers can work around them. Usually, if gutters are in good condition we work around them. On steep roof systems it may not be economically feasible to work around them.
Times vary widely, but many roofing jobs typically are completed within a day or two. Apple Roofing will always tell you up front about the time estimate for any job we do.
We usually advise clients to clear cars and personal items like inflatable pools away from the area where work will be done. Roof repair can be noisy, so most of our customers try to be away for several hours during the heaviest repair work. Mowing the lawn within a couple of days prior to arrival is also helpful to the cleanup!
Hail and wind are the two biggest enemies of any roof. The other is time (aging). The big problem with hail, wind and other storm damage is that it can be almost invisible. The wear and tear on shingles and other roofing materials might not show up for months. That’s why it’s so important to have a roof inspected after a big storm. Inspections cost nothing and offer peace of mind for homeowners.
Call a professional to conduct an inspection. It is safer than climbing the ladder yourself. Spotting damages can be impossible for a untrained eye as bruising doesn’t always appear on the surface.
If you haven’t already decided to use our services we recommend you do your research! Roofing contractors rank among the highest number of complaints according the Better Business Bureau.
Unfortunately, scammers and unscrupulous contractors take advantage of many people after storms. Be aware that many contractors travel from state to state and leave town with loose ends or no one to warranty the work after the work has been completed. Here are a few tips:
- Have you herd of them before? Good sign if you have!
- Go to their website and ensure you know where their address is. Many companies try to claim “local” after a storm, but the reality is many of them are not.
- Research their reviews.. you will want to ensure that there are a good # of reviews, they have some current ones, and that there are both good and bad reviews (to ensure they are authentic)
- Are they dressed professionally? Driving a company lettered truck? (Good signs)
- Are they licensed? This can usually be found on your state website.
We say, “Don’t do it.” Unless you are a skilled roofer, it’s best to have a pro handle the job. Getting up on a ladder and checking out a roof is dangerous business. Our teams are insured, experienced, and know exactly what to look for.
Wind, rain, hail, sun, and many other factors cause a roof to deteriorate over time. Some of the aging is obvious, and some is not. The UV rays from the sun cause asphalt roofing to “cook” out the resins and oils that make the asphalt soft, pliable, and flexible. The granules on the shingles purpose aren’t just for appearance, but more importantly to extend the life of the asphalt by protecting it from these UV rays! Seasonal temperature cycles also do their own kind of damage by causing materials to expand and contract year after year. This leads to brittleness and eventual breakage.
That’s something best left to an expert. Leaks come from all sorts of places, not always a roof. An experienced roofer can usually trace it to the source.
A new roof can add to the value of your home, increase its curb appeal (meaning it will sell faster if you put it up for sale), increased property value, and increased energy efficiency.
Discoloration on interior walls and ceilings, dripping water anywhere in the home, missing or damaged shingles, musty/bad odor coming from walls or ceilings, or any event you suspect may have caused damage.
Insurance Claims FAQ
Storm damage will vary based on severity of the wind or hailstorm as well as the condition of the property prior to the storm. It can be as obvious as missing shingles or it may be something more subtle such as hail marks that are not visible from the ground.
Evidence of wind damage is the easiest to spot. You may notice that your shingles are “lifting”, or are missing completely. When one of our Roofing Consultants comes to inspect your roof, they will inspect the property for any damages.
Most insurance policies require the homeowner to take action after an event to prevent further damages from being incurred. If you have active water coming into your house through a roof leak, you should call Apple Roofing to do an emergency repair to prevent further damage. The costs of emergency repairs done to prevent further damage will be covered under the typical insurance policy.
The homeowner is responsible for calling in the claim, however, we will assist though the entire process. We’ll inspect your roof and provide all the photos and documentation to assist in answering any questions that insurance may ask. If damages are unknown, it is a good idea to call Apple Roofing first to ensure the damages exceed the deductible before filing a claim.
Yes! Contact us with the day and time the insurance adjuster is scheduled to be at your home, and we will be there to meet with them. We will walk the roof with the adjuster and show the areas of storm damage and other documented damage.
There are two major types of residential insurance policies: Actual Cash Value (ACV) and Replacement Cost Value (RCV).
Actual cost value policies (ACV): pays you what your property is worth today. Actual cash value is calculated by taking what it would cost to buy your property new today, and subtracting depreciation for factors such as age, & condition.
Replacement Cost Value (RCV): the amount it costs to replace your property with new property, without deducting for depreciation.
Apple Roofing consultants can answer all the questions you have about the specific manufacture and installation warranty length. Typical manufacture warranties start around 25 years, but many products are now lifetime (50 year).
No, we will not cover your deductible. Roofing contractors who say they will cover the deductible are committing insurance fraud. We pride ourselves in being honest and fair with all our customers and therefore we do not compromise on our ethics.
We’ll work on your behalf with the insurance company to document the additional damage and request approval to repair the damage under the initial claim.