By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2010
Owner Tim Burns and Tom Queally encourage all company employees to give back to the communities that have made Power Roofing so successful.
Tim Burns attended Oral Roberts University and after graduation, he and his family moved to Florida, where Tim began a career in commercial and residential contracting. Today, Burns and his three sons operate Power Roofing operations in three states. Their family operated business is fully insured and bonded, and accredited with the Better Business Bureau. The company warehouses over $1 million worth of shingles and can complete your roofing project within weeks, not months.
“Power Roofing was built on a foundation of integrity,” says Burns, “and we are committed to delivering only the finest quality products and workmanship.” The company encourages employees to get involved in their communities and give back to those that have contributed to the success of Power Roofing. The company has been involved in numerous community projects, including the Make a Wish Foundation, the American Cancer Society, Live the Dream Athletics and more. One employee, Tom Queally, volunteers his time as chaplain for the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Department.
If your roof has a leak and water has found its way inside your home, a company estimator will gladly meet you, assess the problem, and provide you with an itemized estimate. This service is free. Leaks not only frequent old roofs, but recently re-shingled ones as well. The important thing is to quickly identify the source of the leak and get it repaired quickly to eliminate further damage to your home or business.
“An interior leak may not look like much at first,” says Tim, “but left unattended, it can do massive damage behind walls or ceilings.” To identify hidden damages, Power Roofing employs an operation utilizing a Thermal Imaging Infrared Camera to pinpoint water damage and possible mold buildup. Sophisticated camera equipment supplies images of walls and ceilings in two formats – infrared and visual. It simultaneously records both images, making it a snap to locate damages and make repairs. Infrared technology is provided free of charge as part of the service package whenever Power Roofing does a roof replacement on a home or business.
If you’ve recently had a roof replacement or repair and subsequently noticed that it's leaking, get it taken care of immediately. Don’t let your “grace period” expire, necessitating filing another claim with your insurance company. Filing a second claim could mean paying another deductible.
If you do suspect that your roof is in need of replacement or repair for whatever reason, Power Roofing will work with you by making initial contact with your insurance company, and then see the entire process through from start to finish. If you have already contacted your insurance company and received a check for roof repair or replacement but don’t know what to do next, call Power Roofing. Insurance checks are often made out to the homeowner and their mortgage company. Some insurance companies give you a limit of 180 days to contract a roofing contractor and get the repair or replacement completed. If your time period has expired, you may have to issue an appeal to your insurance company for another check. Power Roofing will handle all this for you. In short, Power Roofing works with all insurance companies and will be your advocate as they handle your entire roofing project.
Power Roofing provides 24-hour emergency service through a hotline that will channel your call directly to a service technician. That 24-hour number is 877-POWR-911.
To get the job done professionally and quickly, call Power Roofing whenever you suspect a worn-out or storm-damaged roof.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.