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Before & After: Caliber Roofing & Restoration

By |August 11th, 2012|News Stories, Roofing|

Oklahoma has its fair share of adverse weather, to say the least. After its latest and infamous hail storm on May 29th, Oklahomans are calling on Caliber Roofing and Restoration for all their servicing needs. Caliber prides themselves on the [...]

Summer Fires Wreak Havoc

By |August 11th, 2012|News Stories, Roofing|

When we talk about weather here at Caliber Roofing and Restoration, it tends to be of the severe variety. But, one type of severe weather that Oklahoma has that may not get as much attention is the heat. This Summer [...]

Attic Breeze Solar Powered Vents!

By |August 2nd, 2012|News Stories, Roofing|

At hail and wind we love to find new cool stuff that helps home owners live more comfortably, and save money, and this week's product of the week is no exception! Attic Breeze is a leader in solar powered attic [...]

Meet our Newest Team member: Greg Cannon

By |June 4th, 2012|News Stories, Roofing|

When you meet Greg Cannon for the first time, odds are he will be wearing either a straw, or gray felt fedora, depending on the season. As with all good salesmen, he can carry on a conversation about almost anything, [...]

Caliber Gives Advice After Hail Storm

By |June 1st, 2012|News Stories, Roofing|

When Storms come through, who does the News Media look to for Roofing tips?  They come to our very own Joseph Rosso, of Course. Watch this interview.  

Roofers Registration Legislation

By |December 12th, 2011|News Stories, Roofing|

Here is the law being proposed and I hope passes in Oklahoma … THE STATE SENATE Monday, February 22, 2010 Senate Bill No. 2180 As Amended SB 2180 SENATE BILL NO. 2180 – By: Newberry of the Senate and Jordan [...]

Common New Construction Problems

By |January 28th, 2011|News Stories, Roofing|

We have inspected literally hundreds of homes in the OKC metro area and found  the same common problems: 1. Underlayment hit and miss, and usually leaving sections of the deck bare. 2. No starter course, leaving the first row of [...]

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