Is your horse stable leaking when it rains?
| Category:||Equine Property|
| Ad ID:||24432253|
| Advertiser ID:||1476071|
| Ad Expiry:||76 days|
| Price/Adoption Fee:||Unspecified|| || |
| Location:||Overland Park, Kansas|| || |
|My name is Brian Mitchell, with Dryline Roofing and Construction. We have offices serving Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas. We specialize in horse stables damaged due to weather, mostly hail. Damage to metal buildings may not be noticed initially, but can cause leaks throughout your horse stable.|
We get calls from stable owners with the same story...They noticed one leak, had some screws sealed, but then leaks started popping up sporadically over the next few months. Nothing seems to fix the leaks and there are no holes in the roof. 9 times out of 10 this is due to hail damage.
In my former job I was a catastrophe adjuster for Farmers insurance. I traveled the country inspecting storm damages on both residential and commercial properties for nearly a decade. This lead me to running into a situations where insurance fell short on what they were covering, and when contractors provided bad service or poor workmanship. This led me to starting me company.
When we replace a stable roof, our main priority is the safety of the horses, animals, staff and customers. We have the utmost respect for your business and make sure to work within your schedule.
If you own a stable that has leaks, know someone, or work somewhere with issues please reach out as soon as possible. We can provide references at your request.
Please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com or calling me at 913-717-6630. Thank you and take care.