A well built roof almost seems to stand the test of time. You can see particular homes that only get minor work done for ten years at a time, and their roof still looks great. Holding up against winter`s might, summer`s heat, rain, snow, and sun. The shingles never change color, the gutters don`t fall off, and it is just there, like a picture, never changing.
And then in the span of hours, it can be destroyed. From shingles ripped off the surface, to holes, punctures, tears and more. Taking that picturesque flat grid of shingles and turning it into abstract art. Thus is the power of storms, single-handedly the number one cause of major roof damage. Whether from snowfalls, tornadoes, fallen tress or power lines, hail, the list goes on. There is almost as many ways your roof can become damaged in a storm as there is numbers of storms on earth.
The number one priority for most home owners when it comes to storm damage to their home is figuring out the cause, and cost for insurance purposes. Some of this can be done on your own behalf to give your insurance company an estimate. Thought some companies will require that you have a certified contractor asses the damage and report their findings to them. Cary Roof Repair offers such contractors, and you can rely on their expertise and experience to give you a fair and accurate assessment.
When it comes time to have damages repaired, whether to shingling, skylights, soffit, fascia, or vent flues, we have the experience and knowledge to restore your roofing to a better than new state regardless of the amount of damage. We have seen many homes go from looking beyond repair to looking good as new in the span of a few short weeks, and the number one secret to their success is the companies they choose to do their work, which is why we aim to deliver the best possible service with the best possible experience.
When it comes to storm damage, the repair to your roof can be the number one priority to deal with, as it leaves you the most susceptible to exposure and continual damage, especially if the s weather that initially caused the damage is expected to continue. Generally one storm can follow another, and so having quick and efficient work, and preventative measures, done as soon as possible, can be beneficial if the weather is expected to continue.
If during a winter storm, it becomes even more prevalent. As most people know that heat rises, and so having a damaged roof that is leaking heat into the world, your home`s inside will plunge in temperature and potentially, depending on the level of damage, be unsafe to live in until repairs are done.
No one can predict the intensity of nature`s wrath with any solid accuracy, and when things do eventually happen, it`s a godsend to know that you have a capable and efficient team there that will work with you to restore your homes balance. Feel free to call today for assistance or inspection.