Before & After: Caliber Roofing & Restoration

Written by Christy Shuler in the July 2012 Issue

Before HouseOklahoma 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 quality of work they provide as well as the promise that their materials will hold up longer and better than those of their competitors.

During their latest project, Caliber replaced an entire roofing system on a home that was damaged by the hail storm. However, the house had zero decking (support that is adhered to the frame to which the roofing is applied). Caliber pulled the entire roof system off and reconstructed it with radient barrier deck board, Owens Corning Tru Definition shingles and synthetic underlayment, which carries with it not only a Lifetime Warranty, but is significantly stronger than a regular 15 pound felt paper that most roofers use. Synthetic underlayment can actually protect a roof on its own for up to six months, offering just that much more protection from the elements.

Not only are Caliber’s superior materials strong enough to keep out leaks after hail and wind damage, but they offer green alternatives such as a radiant barrier and attic insulation which can keep the attic up to 35 degrees cooler in the summer, allowing the air conditioner to work up to 50% less.

Caliber offers other services such as siding, gutters, windows, and garage doors as well. In addition, they are one of only four authorized dealers in the area for Velux skylights.

during houseOwner Joseph Rosso and project manager Greg Cannon know their industry well and reveal that it was their experience with other roofing companies that would ultimately shape Caliber’s motto and their general outlook on the roofing industry in Oklahoma.

As most homeowners know, the process of proving weather-related damage to insurance companies can often be difficult. Rosso notes that a lot of roofing companies are not qualified when it comes to insurance claims and adjustments, making a bad experience for homeowners even worse. When starting his company, Rosso wanted to ensure that residents could trust Caliber to deliver the utmost integrity in their contractors, services and materials.

"The value of the materials we are certified to offer and the quality of the workmanship are going to be, bar none, better than anything you’re gonna get from your average roofer" says Cannon.

Caliber is constantly searching for newer and better ways to validate each of its services. From licensed insurance adjustors to certifications with Haag Forensic Engineering, Caliber offers licensed services in nine different trades.

In fact, Caliber’s certification with Fortune 500 company Owens Corning now allows them to offer a 10 year leak-free warranty backed by the billion dollar company in addition to the lifetime warranty that Caliber has offered from day one.

Caliber services the entirety of Oklahoma with offices in Moore and Tulsa, and boasts an "A" as an accredited business in the Better Business Bureau of Oklahoma.

after house"When we started Caliber, it was a goal to raise the bar in Oklahoma," says Rosso. "[We wanted] to give roofers a good name."

Caliber Roofing and Restoration offers 24-hour emergency service, financing, and even a free inspection. For more information, call 889-7806 or visit

1 Comment

Puji Says:
August 3rd, 2012 at 5:42 am
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