Storm Damage Roof Repair
Damage to a roof can cause more harm than meets the eye.
Leaks can lead to mold and mildew and openings in the roof can make your heating and cooling system less effective. Don’t wait to address the damage even if it seems minor.
Discoloration on interior walls and ceilings: Storm damage is People only notice stains on the wail or small areas of discoloration after the storm has subsided. Professionals check out this symptom to find the source of leakage a nd get it repaired before it does any significant structural damage.
Dripping anywhere in your home: Roof storm damage isn’t something you can always You may notice small drops of water falling from a basement, attic or living room ceiling days or weeks after the storm. Dripping water in your home is a bad sign and needs to be dealt with as soon as possible.
Missing or damaged shingles: Shingles get blown off, broken, split or beaten up due to rain and Even a single missing shingle can cause problems.
Musty, bad odor coming from walls or ceilings: Water damage on walls or hidden parts of home interiors may go unnoticed forweeks. Odor from buildup of mold and mildew in hidden spotsis a sign of storm damage. Only a professional can correctly diagnose the condition and propose the right solution to storm damages as it takes many forms. Some make the mistake of spending too much on a minor fix, and some assume a minor problem will go away or resolve itself after the rains end and the dripping stops. This mistake can lead to thousands of dollars in unnecessary bills.
When your home is affected by a storm it’s Important to act fast. Repairing your roof will prevent further damage. Call The Helping Company for 24/7 emergency roof repairs. As a local, family-owned company, we care about our customers and take pride in going above and beyond. Our owner is present on-site for every job.
Why to Repair Storm-Damaged Roofs
- Keep repair costs to a minimum
- Higher property value
- Increased energy efficiency
Damage to a roof can cause more harm than meets the eye. Leaks can lead to mold and mildew and openings in the roof can make your heating and cooling system less effective. Don’t wait to address the damage – even if it seems minor.
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