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Steps to Roof Repair After Wind and Hail Damage

11/15/2019 (Permalink)

Boarding and tarping will prevent rain or snow from getting into the home

Ways To Tackle Roof Repair Needs

A well-built, sturdy roof will provide you with a feeling of safety and security. Your roof will protect you from the elements and unwanted guests. Of course, even the strongest roofs can be susceptible to damage, especially during severe storms. High winds and relentless hail can cause significant problems. A damaged roof isn't something you can ignore. Fortunately, there are effective ways to tackle roof repair needs.

Get the Right Help

If you're the handy type who enjoys home improvement projects, you may think you can handle roof damage issues. However, if you're unsure about this task, or if the damage is widespread, it's a good idea to contact and hire a roof repair and restoration team. The professionals can provide many advantages that you can't match alone.

The pros have experience.
The pros have reliable and proven equipment and techniques.
The pros are insured and licensed.

Inspection and Mitigation

A professional crew will first review the extent of the damage to your roof. Wind damage can blow off shingles or produce even worse problems. The team will inspect the roof for concerning issues such as holes and gaps as well as a compromised structure. The team will identify the root of the problem and all the areas of the roof that suffered damage.

Boarding and Tarping

Next up, the team will use tarps and plywood to seal off holes or other weak areas of the roof. This will prevent rain or snow from getting into the home.


Before roof repair can occur, the crew will remove any water from the home, starting with the attic. Crew members will dry the affected area and will then tear out rotted wood or other items that cannot be salvaged.


Lastly, the restoration team will rebuild damaged portions of the roof. In the most severe situations, a complete rebuild may be necessary.

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