Storm damage isn’t always as obvious as torn-off shingles. This is why roofing companies like us always recommend conducting a roof inspection after a storm, regardless of the roof’s condition. In this blog, Billings Roofing & Solar shares with you what happens when storm damage isn’t addressed in a timely manner.
The Effects of Storm Damage
In addition to apparent roofing damage such as torn-off roofing and impact from airborne debris, there are other kinds of damage that are not as noticeable. For instance, stress marks on the shingles, wind-driven rain at the roof edges, and gutters knocked out of alignment may not be as immediately problematic. If left unaddressed, these can lead to problems such as improper gutter drainage and ice dams.
Water intrusion, if left unaddressed, can lead to long-term roofing problems. Moisture in the attic can damage the roof deck and insulation, and raise the moisture levels within. In addition to potentially costly structural repairs, increased moisture levels in your home can encourage mold and mildew growth. Fortunately, there are things that can be done to prevent these problems from happening.
How We Can HelpBillings Roofing & Solar provides extensive storm damage repair services, and can respond to your roofing emergency as soon as the weather is clear for travel. Our trained installers know how to root out the smallest signs of damage caused by storms, and will be able to provide an accurate assessment of the repair work that will be required.
We can also work with your insurance provider through the claims process by providing complete and accurate documentation required for processing your insurance claim. Complete documentation helps avoid delayed paperwork, and we want you to have your roof fixed as soon as possible. We never cut corners with the required repair work, so you can rest assured that you will never have to deal with the effects of unaddressed storm damage.
To learn more about residential and commercial roofing services, call Billings Roofing & Solar today at (918) 936-3703. You can also fill out our contact form to schedule an estimate. We serve Tulsa, OK and surrounding areas.