Apple Roofing received Owens Corning's 2018 Recycling Award. Over 14,400,400 pounds of shingles were recycled by the company last year.


We asked our employees what they love about working for Apple, and the results are in. The people are awesome. When you become an Apple employee, you become part of a family. Our team takes teamwork seriously, and we all have each other’s backs – inside and outside of the workplace.The schedule is flexible. One of the biggest benefits of working at Apple is the flexibility. The majority of the opportunities at Apple do not require you to sit behind a desk and work from 9:00-5:00. You get to choose your schedule. We recognize that when you work at your peak times, your performance and job satisfaction increases.The earning potential is great. Your income is largely up to you. The smarter you work, the more money you’ll make. Coupled with a competitive benefits package, including medical coverage and a retirement savings plan, you can put your money towards what matters most to you.There are tons of incentives that push you to do your best. With bonuses, a company trip, company recognition and more, the incentives available encourage you to give it your all.It’s fun. At Apple, we do not believe that work has to be boring, mundane, and routine. We keep things interesting by hosting community events at our Headquarters, organizing company parties and award nights, going on company outings, and having plenty of amenities available to our employees (like a rock wall, basketball court, and more).The results are clear: If you don’t want work to feel like work, Apple is THE place to work. As a rapidly growing company, we are always on the look-out for bright, talented, and positive individuals to join our team and help us take it to the next level. What might you bring to the Apple team?​



We are in the midst of hail season here in Nebraska, one of the states with the highest risk of hail damage. While you can take measures to prevent hail damage to assets such as your car (by putting it in the garage), your roof is left vulnerable to the elements. When you suspect that your roof has sustained hail damage after a severe storm, you may need to file a hail damage claim with your insurance company. This process is outlined below:


  1. Contact a professional roofing contractor to conduct a free roof inspection for any hail damage. Ideally, you should do this as quickly after the storm as possible. When the contractor inspects your roof, he/she will let you know whether or not the damage is sufficient enough to justify filing an insurance claim (i.e., if the cost of repair exceeds your deductible).
  2. Locate your homeowner’s insurance policy. Take note of both your insurance policy number, as well as your deductible. Also make a note of the date of loss (when your home sustained hail damage) and an estimated size of the hail (or provide photos of the hail, if you have them)
  3. Call your homeowner’s insurance company’s claims line. They will give you a claim number, and an insurance claims examiner and adjuster will be assigned to your case.
  4. The insurance adjuster will schedule a time to inspect your roof and prepare an estimate. It is helpful to have the roofing contractor who originally inspected your roof meet with the adjuster for this inspection.
  5. During the inspection, the adjuster will inspect 10 foot by 10 foot “test squares,” counting the number of hail stone hits per square. These hail stone hits are typically marked with chalk.
  6. The adjuster will then write a report with his/her findings, as well as an estimate, and pass it back to the claims examiner, who will make a decision on your claim.
  7. If your claim is approved, it is then time to authorize a professional roofing contractor to complete the repair. (Note: It is very possible that your neighbor’s insurance claim for hail damage is approved, while yours is not. Various factors play a role in whether or not a claim is approved, including different insurance company’s evaluation criteria for hail damage, as well as the orientation of your home in relation to the storm, the quality of the roofing material on your home, as well as the steepness of your roof’s slopes.)
  8. Your insurance company will issue you payment to pay for the repair. This typically comes in two payment installments: one prior to the job beginning, and one after the job has been completed and you have sent the contractor’s Certificate of Completion to the insurance. If the scope of loss is large, they may include your mortgage company as a co-payee on the check. This means you will have to have your mortgage company endorse the check. Remember that you are responsible for paying the deductible out-of-pocket.

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