What to do if your roof is damaged by the wind.
Severe weather can cause damage to everything in its path, but sometimes, the damage isn’t easy to see. If you notice storm damage to other homes, your siding, or vehicles, it is always best to make sure that your roof was not affected as well.
The first thing you should do is inspect your roof, if possible. (You can do this with binoculars from the ground.) Be sure to look out for the following signs of damage:
- Cracked or missing shingles
- Dented flashing, vents, or gutters
- Asphalt granules collected in gutters or missing from their shingles
- Branches and debris collected on the roof
If you see damage, make sure to contact a professional for repairs right away. Over time, seemingly minor damage can lead to roof leaks, further deterioration of the shingles, and other problems. You should be especially cautious if you see branches or other debris on your roof. If that is the case, do not go onto the roof yourself. Always contact a professional.
Call MEIS Roofing & Construction
A professionally trained roofing inspector can go over your entire roof for damage. This is especially helpful if you suspect major damage or you simply don’t want to get onto your roof yourself. Furthermore, a professional can spot damage that you might not. It’s easy to not know whether or not your roof has damage, as the signs can be very subtle. The best course of action is always to call a seasoned local roofing contractor.
MEIS Roofing & Construction is here to look over your roof and let you know what repairs you will need. Don’t stress or worry about the damage to your roof. Instead, call our professionals and let us take care of everything, from the inspection to the repairs. Call us today to learn more and get started.