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Remedy Roofing's Texas Roofer Team Overhauls Houston Services

HOUSTON, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Remedy Roofing announces they are the solution to any residential or commercial roofing problem by providing quality roofing services that distinguish them from the competition in Texas and beyond. Their Better Business Bureau rating and commitment to customer service is growing Remedy Roofing faster than most construction companies in the nation. Remedy Roofing's Texas Roofer team are significantly expanding their services offered, and will be able to reach an ever-growing set of roofing needs.

"Based on our vast experience dealing with a multitude of contractors, we feel that Remedy Roofing is an excellent choice to protect one of your largest assets," says Mike Crittendon of ABC Supply Co. Of Remedy Roofing's involvement in the community, Ann Hodge of the Chamber of Commerce in Katy, Texas, which is a suburb of Houston, states, "They have demonstrated time and again their commitment to our community and we are indeed fortunate to have Remedy Roofing as a partner in our community." 

Remedy Roofing has the ability to work with metal, wood, clay or slate roofing materials for the right application to meet commercial or residential needs. The contractors at Remedy Roofing are certified installers of Duro-Last, Firestone and Hydro Stop products, which leads to some of the best warranty coverage on the market. Remedy Roofing uses name brand products like TruSlate, Duro-Shield, Certain Teed and Tamko in their installations. 

In addition to being certified installers, Remedy Roofing Houston Texas contractors have received Master Elite Contractor status through GAF, the leading manufacturer of roofing shingles in the country, which is a feat reserved for 3 percent of companies in the industry. Inc. 500, a list from a national magazine geared toward entrepreneurs and business owners, named Remedy Roofing as the second fastest growing construction company in the nation. The Better Business Bureau consistently awards Remedy Roofing with its gold star certificate and A+ rating. 

Insurance adjusters work with Remedy Roofing to ensure proper handling of damage from severe storms that are common in the state. 

Locations in Houston, Austin, Magnolia, New Braunfels, El Paso and Dallas better equip Remedy Roofing to share their roofing knowledge with clients throughout Texas, so they can make informed roofing decisions, which increases customer satisfaction. 

Potential residential or commercial clients should contact Remedy Roofing today to inquire more about the company, their services or to find the answers to any roofing question. Ask about their competitive pricing or take advantage of the online form to request a free estimate. For more information visit www.remedyroofing.com

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Remedy Roofing is a distinguished construction company based in Texas who specializes in roofing services that are marked by excellent craftsmanship and customer focus. In 2008, Remedy Roofing embarked on expansion to areas outside of Texas. Contact Remedy Roofing by email at [email protected], or by calling 1-866-919-2623.

Media Contact: Greg Arnim Remedy Roofing, 866-919-2623, [email protected]

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