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Storm Damage Roof Repair
When a big storm or hurricane rips through the area, damage to your roof may not always be obvious or visible from the ground. In these cases, it is essential that you immediately call an experienced roofing company to inspect your roof for storm damages. At Blackfoot Roofing & Construction, we will use the latest technology and best practices to ensure that you know exactly what you are up against to repair your roof after the storm.
The worst thing you can do is delay before getting help for your home’s roof. If your roof is leaking or you see missing tiles, shingles, or panels, an inspection is needed. The best way to know for sure is to have a professional roofing technician from Blackfoot Roofing & Construction carefully and thoroughly inspect your roof to detect storm damage and schedule a roofing repair so that additional damage does not happen to your home.
Our team will be happy to assist with any storm damage repairs that you require and we ask that you reach out to us as soon as possible to get started; it will be our pleasure to lend a hand when you need us most! Click here to fill out our Emergency Repair Request.
Signs You Need Roof Repair After a Storm
Living in the Big Bend region, we understand the wide range of weather Mother Nature throws our way. Even when every precaution is taken, hurricanes, heavy winds, and even hail can damage roofs and other supportive structures of your home. After a serious Florida storm, here are the tell-tale signs you need roof repair quickly:
Leaking in the home - If you witness active leaking in your home, whether it be in your attic or other areas where water could be coming in from the roof, the time is now to call a roofing contractor.
Holes or punctures - This happens frequently during our hurricane season. With the high winds and debris whipping around, holes and other puncture wounds can break through to the inside of your home. If this is the case, our roof repair team offers 24/7 emergency service to help get your home protected again.
Pooling of water - Also known as 'ponding', if there is water buildup on your roof there could be an active issue or a problem that is about to formulate.
Missing shingles or other roofing materials - Heavy winds can rip shingles or other roofing materials off of your structure, severely impacting its resistant capabilities. If left unattended, future damage will occur and it will become more costly.
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