A leaky roof is an immediate concern, especially if water has begun to flow out of nowhere. If you’ve noticed that your roof is leaking, you’ll need to act quickly to mitigate the amount of damage caused to the structure of your home. Call us right away, and we’ll come to your home to temporarily tarp off your roof as we perform repairs. Tarping your roof will minimize the amount of precipitation flowing into your home, so that you won’t have to pay for costly repairs to the structure of your abode. We can also work with your insurer if you need to report roof damage to earn back some money on an insurance claim.
When a tree falls on your roof, it can sail right through the support structure of your roof. And that’s certainly an emergency situation. If you’ve had a tree that has fallen on your home and damaged your roof, you can count on us to safely cut and remove the tree, and to get to work performing repairs on your home. Be wary of dead or unhealthy trees near your property, and cut these trees down to reduce the risk of damage to your home in the future.
Similarly, tree branches are liable to snap and fall on your home at a moment’s notice. Whether you have a lightning strike, heavy winds, or a tree branch that can no longer support its own weight, you could end up with a heavy hazard on your roof. Call on us to cut and remove any branches that have snapped and fallen onto your roof. We’ll also perform repairs on the spot, so that your home is whole once again. Again, we can work with your insurer if your roof is currently protected against damage.
Significant hail damage
While roofs are designed to take on some hail, larger hail stones can create a huge impact on your roof, and they can cause damage that will require attention. If you’re home has endured a hailstorm, you could be left with dents, lost granules on asphalt shingles, or cracked wood shakes and slate tiles (depending on the roof type that you have). Regardless of the damage that your roof has incurred, you can call on our crew to repair your roof. Once again, we can work with your insurer to report the damage that has occurred if your roof is protected against hail damage.
Damage from high winds
High winds can leave your roof missing shingles, shakes, or tiles. And that can leave your home exposed to leaks. If high winds have made a mess of your roof, you can count on our contractors to replace those missing pieces, or to perform a roof replacement.
Whether you’ve had a chimney fire, or part of your home has been damaged, you may need work on your roof. We can tear out any damaged components of your roof, perform repairs, or provide a whole-roof replacement, so that your house is whole once again.