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TexasProfessionalRoofing.com Website Privacy Policy

1.  Acceptance of Terms

Welcome to texasprofessionalroofing.com! Your privacy is important to us. It is our policy to protect your Personal Information (as defined below) and to use it in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Using our Site is voluntary, and by using the Site, you consent to our collection and use of your identifying and non-identifying information as described in this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy only governs our use and disclosure of information collected through this Site.

2.  Information We Collect From You

Non-Personal Information
We automatically collect information about your Internet connection, including but not limited to: the name of the Internet domain you used to access the Internet; the IP address of the web site from which you linked directly to our Site; the connection speed/screen resolution/browser used; the date and time you accessed our Site; and the pages you visited. This information (“Non-Personal Information”) does not identify you personally. We use this Non-Personal Information to monitor the effectiveness of the Site and to consider potential improvements to the Site.

Personally Identifiable Information

You are able to view and download certain content displayed on the Site without disclosing any information that, either alone or in combination with other information, can be used to uniquely identify, contact or locate you (collectively, “Personally Identifiable Information,” or “PII”). However, certain features accessible through the Site may require disclosure of certain PII, depending upon the features you are using.

Registered Users

Access to certain portions of the Site may require login and password information provided only to users who have registered (each a “Registered User”). As part of the registration process, Your Domain may collect certain PII including your name, address, email address and other PII you disclose to us. By providing such information, you consent to our collection and use of it, as described in this Privacy Policy

3.  Use of Your Personal Information4

We use your Personal Information to administer your participation in the Site and to communicate information we think may be of interest to you, which may include newsletters, alerts, special promotional offers, consumer surveys and other promotional or informational messages. If you no longer wish to receive such messages, simply click the ‘unsubscribe’ link that we include at the bottom of every email that we send you. If a different opt-out mechanism is provided in any individual message, please follow the directions included within that specific email.

5.  Sharing Your Informatio

We may use third party service providers and suppliers to assist us in administering the Site and providing the services we offer, and to that end, they may have access to your Personal Information. In addition, we may buy or sell business assets or be acquired by or acquire other corporations. In such transactions, Personal Information generally is one of the transferred business assets. In addition, in the event we merge or consolidate with another institution, your Personal Information may be transferred to the successor entity. We may also disclose your Personal Information to other affiliated institutions and/or if we are required to do so by law.

6.  Use of Cookies

Cookies are small bits of data cached or stored on your computer through your web browser based on Internet activity. We may use cookies to monitor individual user activity or activity of users in aggregate to improve the Service and provide features that are tailored to your needs, including delivery of customized content and advertising. The information we gather may include IP address, user language, the operating system, browser type, the presence/absence of “flash” plug-ins, screen resolution, connection type, and information that identifies the cookie. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually change your browser settings to prevent this. If you disable cookies, your ability to use some features of the Service may be limited. We also use session cookies when you visit the Site. The session cookie allows our server to reconnect your incoming request with previously stored session-collected data.  The cookie persists until you close your browser, or up to six (6) months, depending on the type of session cookie.

7.  Linked Sites

We may provide links on the Site to other sites of interest. We do not review or endorse the content of these sites or guarantee that they will abide by this Privacy Policy. Your use of such linked sites is subject to the privacy policies of the providers of those sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our Site and to read the privacy statements of each Site that collects Personal Information.

8.  Security Measures

We strive to maintain the security of your information by using reasonable and appropriate technical, physical and administrative safeguards, including encryption technology, particularly, in connection with the order entry and payment functionality.  However, we cannot guarantee the security of any information that is disclosed online. Consequently, we do not insure or warrant the security of any information you transmit, and you do so at your own risk.

9.  Children and Parents

Use of the Site is not offered to children. If you are under 13, you may not use the Site. We do not intend to collect personal information from children. Parents and guardians are advised that any personal information voluntarily entered by children may be available for public access. If your child has submitted personal information, please contact us to request that such information be removed. Once we are aware of information entered by a child, we will exercise commercially reasonable efforts to remove such information from our database; however, we are not liable for any consequences relating to such information.

10.  Reviewing Information

You may review your Personal Information stored in your profile by logging into the Site. You may change your contact information, including your name and mailing address. In the event you are unable to change your Personal Information, please email  info@texasprofessionalroofing.com.

11.  Changes

We may change this Privacy Policy from time-to-time. If we do make a change, we will post the revised Privacy Policy on this Site. We encourage you to review this Privacy Policy periodically. Questions, comments or complaints about our privacy policies should be submitted to us at info@texasprofessionalroofing.com.

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FAQs

You have questions, we have answers!

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A  full roof replacement involves a lot of decision making, from financing options to shingle materials. At Texas Professional Roofing, we want you to be prepared for when you take the next step and invest in a full roof replacement, so we’ve provided answers to some of your most frequently asked roofing questions.

Sometimes, this answer is obvious: a hole in your roof, missing shingles, leaks, or animals living in your attic. Other times, the signs you need a new roof are little more subtle. If your roof is more than 12-15 years old, it may be time to get a replacement and get ahead of any problems that result from a damaged roof.

Curling shingles, missing or damaged flashing, ice dams, and discolored ceilings and walls are also good indicators that it’s time to replace your roof.

The longevity of your roof will depend on its materials, its installation, and its ventilation, so it’s hard to give a straight answer. Typically, a solid, well-constructed roof will last between 12-15 years. Depending on the quality and type of shingles you chose and the underlayment of your roof, that number can go up to 30 or more.

With GAF System Plus warranty we guarantee our roofs will last up to 50 years.

Every roof is different, so every roof costs a different amount. When considering the price of your new roof, roofing contractors take a few factors into consideration: size, old roof removal, style, shape, materials, and other features like chimneys, skylights, and vents that they need to work around.

A replacement roof is a big investment, and giving a quote without examining your unique situation would not be in our customers’ best interest.

However, once the price of your new roof is calculated, there are plenty of ways to finance your roof, making paying for your roof replacement easy and affordable.

According to Better Homes and Gardens, a whopping 40 percent of a home’s curb appeal is due to the condition and aesthetic of the roof. When selling your home, if your roof is in bad shape or in need of major repairs or a replacement, you may have a lot of trouble getting people to bid on your home.

A lot of buyers these days are on a budget, and don’t want to spend money on major repairs after they just bought a house. Replacing your roof before you sell can help you get ahead of trouble while still recouping most, if not all, of the costs when you sell.

While there is no official “roofing season” and roofers work all year round, summer and fall are usually busier months for most roofing contractors. Factors like snow, rain, ice, and sleet can impact how quickly roofers can safely and effectively get your roof finished, which is why dryer, warmer months are when most people opt to get their roofs replaced.

However, replacing your roof in the winter or spring could result in a quicker install due to more availability and less demand.

Contact the roof experts at Texas Professional Roofing to learn more about our options, offers, and to request an estimate. We’ll help you navigate the ins and outs of roofing to help you get the best roof for your needs