Do you see any damage?


From the ground, it looked just like a normal roof . . . but would you believe there was enough damage that the insurance company bought a whole new roof? That’s right, a whole new roof! There are different types of damage that a storm can exact on your roof . . . and not […]

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GAF & CertainTeed Certified Contractor

GAF Certificate 2015_2

We are GAF and CertainTeed Certified . . . so what does that mean to you?  In a word …. Alot.   It means we build to a higher standard using materials from the two largest manufacturers of roofing supplies in North America. It means we install a system rather than a mix of products […]

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2012 Sugar Land Home & Garden Show


Baker Roofing Co. set up a booth at the 2012 Sugar Land Home & Garden Show. We met with thousands of homeowners and had a good time! We did meet many homeowners who were interested in the way we build roofing systems. We also met some great vendors and made some new friends. We gave […]

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Low Slope Roofing Project


Here is a Low Slope Roofing Project we completed as part of a residential contract, that also included steep slope GAF High Definition Shingles. First we took the old roof off to clean deck. We then attached Certainteed Flintlastic SA Nailbase, followed by Certainteed Flintlastic SA Midply, which is shown in the photo below.. Next, […]

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Gutter Guards…Aluminum, Sturdy, Beautiful!

Our first install with this product, went very well and looked awesome!

We installed 290 feet of these beautiful KayCan aluminum gutter guards in Sugar Land last week . . .

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Shooting Range or Someone’s Roof . . . ?

shooting range or someone's roof?

What you don’t want to hear when your new roof is being installed . . . (sounds like semi-automatic target practice at a shooting range) Many roofing contractors cut corners so they can save a few dollars . . . using nail guns is one way to cut corners when building a roof. Why?  Because […]

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