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An immediate response to any roof damage is crucial in minimizing and preventing additional damages to your house or business. Severe weather like hail storms and high winds, fallen branches from trees, and other issues can damage your roof, requiring roof repair or roof replacement sooner than you had planned. When unexpected damage or leaks take place, it is essential to contact a professional roofing company that specializes in storm damage roof repair.
As a certified, bonded roofing company, we are knowledgeable and experienced in all sizes of roof repair projects. From a small simple leak to a major roofing emergency, we will take care of it. Call us immediately for prompt assistance.
ROOF TARPING - EMERGENCY ROOF TARP SERVICE
Emergency roof tarp services can protect homes in the case of a leakage due to unforeseen events like fire damage, hurricane winds, tornadoes, or fallen trees. Although roof tarping is not a permanent solution nor does it resolve the actual issue, it will offer sufficient protection to your property in order to prevent the occurrence of additional damage prior to your emergency roof repair.
Emergency roof tarping entails specific critical actions that must be followed to guarantee that the affected area is properly protected. We will walk you through the process and explain each step of the way. To begin, you must choose your preferred type of tarp insulation, but we are here to advise and help. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond immediately to all our customers, and we fully understand how important it is to react fast. Contact us If you suffered damage and need immediate help.
The most common roof damage types that require emergency roofing services
Although emergency roofing situations vary, our professional team is accustomed to many frequent ones including:
No matter the size of the hailstone, hail can wreak havoc on roofs. Even small divots and punctures penetrating the structure of your roof create the possibility for future leak issues or other problems. Professional inspection is essential after any hailstorm in order to diagnose difficult to detect hail damage.
All roofs are vulnerable to destruction whether from severe thunderstorms to storms and other severe weather. Any type of wind can result in serious roof problems. It is possible for roof sections to lift and become unattached to your deck as well as the possibility of shingle loss.
No matter if you have one or many leaks, you should repair them as soon as you can. The more time that passes prior to the repairs, the more probable that problems such as mold growth and rotting will appear. When rainfall is heavy, multiple leaks are common.
Integral areas of your roof may be severely damaged by nesting animals deciding to make their home in your attic or your roof. It is possible you will require emergency roof repair to stop the entrance of more animals or to prevent leaks.
Damage from uprooted trees, branches, and debris
Extremely strong winds can break branches off trees and toss them upon your roof. Certain roofing, particularly tile roofing, can be more susceptible to damage from debris impact. Heavy winds may uproot trees or send a variety of debris onto your roof, causing severe damage.
A sagging roof may collapse
When the sheathing or decking on your roof begins to decompose, you will likely notice some sagging. It is best to repair sagging as soon as possible as any roof sag can collapse at any moment, potentially causing injury and requiring roof replacement.
In the case of any emergency repair or when you have severe damage, our storm damage roofing company team will cover your roof
with a tarp to minimize damage until proper repairs can be executed. Our customers’ security and safety are our number one priority.
What to Do During Your Wait for our Repair Professionals
Locate a container in which to collect incoming water. A trashcan, pan, or bucket are great options. Be sure to empty them regularly.
Clear away items such as furniture, papers, computers, etc. from the affected area. Cover with plastic any larger items that cannot be moved (a shower curtain or trash bag cut open will do the trick)..
If your ceiling is beginning to bubble, you can use a sharp element like a pencil or screwdriver and poke a small hole in order to release water. This important step can reduce ceiling damage and potentially prevent it from collapsing.
The last step is to inhale and exhale deeply in an attempt to relax as best you can. You are in the experienced, professional hands of All Roof Inc.