Allen Roofing Services
Allen Roofing Services
Elite Roofing and Restoration Services is your most trusted source for roof replacement in Allen, TX and the surrounding cities. Our highly trained and skilled crew is very experienced, and each team member works hard to provide the best possible service. We keep up with the industry’s best practices for safety to keep our workers safe and protect your property. We always use the best materials and workmanship to make your roof strong and long-lasting.
Our office is located in Dallas, but our service area covers Allen, Plano, Frisco, and all of the North Dallas area, as well as the greater DFW Metroplex. We service homes, businesses, industrial roofs, flat roofs, and more. If your roof has sustained damage from hail and severe weather, we have the experience to walk you through the insurance claims process.
Elite Roofing and Restoration Services provides the following roofing services in Allen:
- New Roof Construction
- Roof Replacement
- Storm Damage Replacement
- Roof Inspections
- Insurance Claim Assistance
- Gutters and Drainage Solutions
If you notice signs of damage on your roof, or if water has penetrated your roof and entered your home, call us right away. We will inspect your roof and hand you a written, no-obligation estimate for replacement. It’s important not to delay roof damage replacement because can lead to costly structural repairs.
About Allen, TX
Allen was originally part of the Caddo and Comanche territory in North Texas, and was added to the Peter’s Colony Land Grant by the Republic of Texas. European immigrants began arriving in the 1840’s, looking for free land to settle. There was conflict between the tribes and the settlers until 1844, a date commemorated by a historic marker along State Highway 5. Travel was largely accomplished by horse and stagecoach in those days, but it wasn’t long before the Texas Central Railroad arrived in 1872.
Allen has the dubious honor of being the site of the first train robbery in Texas on February 22, 1878. The infamous train robber Sam Bass and his gang of outlaws robbed the train and then retreated to their hideout, which was only a short distance from Allen.
The Texas Traction Company purchased land on the west side of the Houston and Texas Central Railroad track with plans to add Allen as a stop along the Denison-Dallas train route. This would have led to a population boom, but a rampant fire in 1915 destroyed most of Allen’s business district. By 1950, Allen’s population declined to just 400 people.
Today, Allen is a northern suburb of Dallas with a population of about 100,000. Incorporated as a city in 1953, it has grown with the development of I-75 and the construction of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Allen is largely residential, though it does boast several premier shopping destinations and the Allen Event Center, which is home to the Dallas Sidekicks major arena soccer team.
Allen Roofing Concerns
The biggest dangers to Allen roofs are hail and high wind. Both are common occurrences during the stormy season between March and May, and both can cause devastating damage that requires a rapid response. Allen’s North Texas location puts it at the southern end of Tornado Alley, the part of the US that gets the most tornadoes and severe storms each year. We recommend having a professional roof inspection after major storms pass through your neighborhood.
Elite Roofing and Restoration Services is in the Oak Lawn neighborhood of Dallas, near the corner of Blackburn Street and Oak Lawn Avenue. From this location, we can dispatch a crew to any address in Allen, McKinney, Frisco, Plano, and all the neighboring cities. We’re only a phone call away, and we will come to you whenever and wherever you need us.
Elite Roofing and Restoration Services: Your Allen Roofing Professionals
Elite Roofing and Restoration Services always gets the job done right the first time. We’ve replaced many roofs in the Allen area, and we’ll do the same for you, no matter where you are in the DFW Metroplex. Call us today for an estimate!