Surprises happen all the time, leaving you in need of emergency roof repair. While many roofs get to age gracefully over the years, a lot of roofs fall victim to sudden traumas like tree or storm damage. When damage occurs and a leak breaks through into your home, you need it fixed as soon as possible.
Emergency Roof Repair Services
Even a high-end, brand new roof can be damaged and require emergency roof repair under the right circumstances. Inclement weather like severe thunderstorms and tornadoes pummel Texas neighborhoods with wind and hail damage every year. Even if you don’t notice a leak right away, you may notice that shingles have been torn off or tiles have been cracked. Whenever there is damage to your roofing materials, it leaves your home exposed to the possibility of leaks, mold and insect infestation.
Either during a storm or regular weather, trees can also create big problems for home owners. While obvious damage like punctures tend to happen during a storm, low hanging tree branches can deteriorate the condition of your roof over time. A tree branch naturally sways back and forth in the breeze every day creating a sweeping effect. If you have a shingle roof, it may be slowly scraping off all of the protective mineral granules. The process is slow, but the damage can become obvious very quickly.
With over 30 years of experience in the roofing industry, we get to your home in a hurry and perform leak repair right away. Stopping a leak is the first step to emergency roof repair because it helps prevent the damage from spreading. Every ounce of water that comes into your home can be causing damage to your property and promoting mold growth.
Once the leak is stopped, even temporarily, and your belongings are protected, we can inspect the full damage of the roof. While only one leak may be penetrating into your home, there could be more issues with the roof that have yet to rear their ugly heads. Our thorough inspection will help us to give you the most professional recommendation possible. Your roof may only be suffering from slight damages that can be repaired, but in cases of older roofs or severe damage, we may recommend roof replacement.
After severe weather, many homeowners suspect their roof may have been damaged but hesitate to call for emergency roof repair. If not leak or obvious damage is present, they may not trust their instincts. But calling after a storm for an inspection is never a bad idea. As a professional roofing company, we can quickly identify problems with your roof system and document them.
Many homes have insurance coverage for damage to their roofs. While a fallen tree branch is easier to prove to your insurance company, some types of storm damage presents more of a challenge. If you do not have your issues documented by a professional roofing company soon after the storm, your insurance company may be able to deny your claim.
Don’t lose out on a policy you’ve been paying for. Call us today. We can walk you through the insurance claims process, help you document damage and then perform the repairs or the replacement. It may be your first time dealing with an insurance company, but we’ve been doing it for years. We can help.
As a family-owned and operated business, we take pride in using premium materials and doing quality work. Our owner performs a final inspection on all of our projects to ensure everything was done appropriately. We always completely clean up the area before we leave, so that your home is as pristine as it was when we arrived. Contact us today for a free estimate on emergency roof repair.
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