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Memphis-Based Roofing & Contracting Experts Offer Homeowners Free Professional Inspections

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Industry Leader Offering Free Damage Analysis to Homeowners.

Memphis, TN, United States of America – March 28, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Republic Roofing & Restoration, an industry leader in the Memphis & Nashville Roofing & Contracting markets, is offering local residents free inspections and professional assessments of weather damage or normal wear and tear on their homes. These courtesy inspections are often the only indication that homeowners have that they have a potential problem. The trained eyes of Republic’s expert craftsmen can catch a small problem with a simple solution before it becomes a much larger problem, requiring much more costly repairs.

As a Nashville and Memphis roofing company, Republic Roofing & Restoration has years of experience dealing with the home, roofs, weather, and environments that are unique to Tennessee. One of their specialties is insurance claim consultation & restoration – if the free inspection and assessment reveal damage to a home that is covered by insurance, Republic works directly with the insurance company to ensure a quick, accurate, and fair claims process, with almost nothing required from the homeowner.

Republic’s Chief Manager, Michael Ward, emphasized that this special offer is in line with Republic’s customer-centered philosophy of doing the right thing, not just the most profitable thing:

“Be Ethical, Be Truthful, Be Competitive – it’s more than a motto. Republic Roofing & Restoration specializes in insurance claim consultation and restoration. We work all over wherever disaster strikes and handle insurance claims ethically, truthfully, and competitively.

Ethical Standards – almost half of all insurance claims filed in the US are fraudulent and we at Republic Roofing & Restoration see this as public enemy number one.

Truthfully – we do not try to hide our identity as many contractors in the restoration industry do.
Competitively – each and every estimate or quote is prepared with great precision to ensure estimating accuracy.

By abiding by these standards and doing exactly what we say we will do Republic Roofing & Restoration is able to ensure credibility with our clients.”

About the Company:
An Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, Republic Roofing & Restoration has been certified as being in the top 1% of roofers in the country for quality, reliability, and professionalism. Their years of experience in the Memphis and Nashville markets has led to thousands of satisfied customers, and a reputation in the industry that is second to none.

For more information about us, please visit http://republicexteriors.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Michael Ward
Email: mward@republicexteriors.com
Phone: 1-888-297-4432
Organization: Republic Roofing & Restoration

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/memphis-based-roofing-contracting-experts-offer-homeowners-free-professional-inspections/38160

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