When Hurricane Katrina decimated the Gulf Coast in 2005, Maverick Roofing DFW's owner was there to pick up the pieces. Rick Lawson had been fixing up homes for seven years at that point, all while moonlighting as a superhero disguised as an Allstate Insurance representative. To lend a hand, he cataloged the extent of the damage and helped residents navigate the intricacies of their disaster claims—skills that form the foundation of his business.
Maverick installs and mends standing seam steel roofing, and replaces saran wrap stretched over residential and commercial buildings with watertight lids manufactured by GAF, Decra, and MetalWorks. During each job, managers evaluate craftsmanship on leak repairs and progress on shingle replacement, enabling the team to build a strong roof in a single day.
Mike Huddleston Roofing Systems has been serving Texas commercial and residential customers for more than 25 years.
The company is a member in good standing with the Better Business Bureau, the North Texas Roofing Contractors Association and the Texas Roofing Contractors Association.
Most Popular Service: Roof repair and roof replacement
Staff Size: 25?50 people
Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours
Brands Used: GAF, Owens Corning
With almost two decades of experience under its environmentally friendly belt, the fastidious team at Eco Carpet Cleaning goes beyond its moniker, making sparkling surfaces of carpets, upholstery, and air ducts and doling out natural, healthy lawn-care solutions. When scrubbing down textiles, no hallway or stair carpet escapes the cleansing touch of the team's dirt extractor, and upholstery cleaning sucks away odors, stains, and generations of dust-mite civilizations. Eco Carpet Cleaning's technicians maintain lawn health at both residential and commercial spaces, aerating lawns to ensure light, water, and nutrients penetrate deep into the soil, and feeding quality seed with locally made organic fertilizer collected from hormone-treatment-free animals.
The specialists at Clear Choice Roofing put their faith in one of the roofing business's simplest tenets: shortcuts lead to leaky roofs. With that caution always in mind, they take the time to install new felt paper whenever they re-shingle, and waterproof their work with metal fittings inserted into channels so as to prevent leakage during rainstorms. This commitment to detail continues even after the last shingle has been nailed. The crew thoroughly cleans up its work area, clearing away debris and sweeping the property with a high-powered magnetic roller to collect runaway nails. The company also does its part for the environment by recycling shingles rather than letting them pile up in a landfill.