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Damage Restoration

Was your roof affected by a recent storm?

Here in the Southern States, we are subject to many harsh weather systems that come off the coasts. These storms can do considerable damage to our properties, and unfortunately, if your roof is particularly old, the storm damage can be more severe. We understand that you might rush to find the cheapest storm damage restoration roofer when you see a leak in your roof. But trust us when we say that if you go with anybody to fix your roof, you might be paying much more for it in the long run.

Proper preventative maintenance on your roof is necessary to keep your roof in good shape year-round. This means that you should be aware of signs of damage on your roof and make sure that you keep your roofing systems clear of branches and leaves. Build ups of branches or leaves can impede rainwater flow, which could eventually seep through your roof.

A large part of proper roof maintenance is getting up on your roof to inspect your roof for damage closely. However, to those who are not used to walking on a slanted surface (especially if it is damp), it could be incredibly dangerous. Give our expert team a call to come over and give your roof a free inspection.

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Types of Storm Damage 

The beautiful thing about living in the South is that we get warm weather year-round, but at the same time, we can get some pretty harsh storms. Our roofs are subject to an array of weather conditions with different types of storm damage. Signs of storm damage must be immediately taken care of, as these harmful conditions work together to wear your roof down over time.

Depending on your roof’s materials, the life span can last from 10-15 years for asphalt shingles, 30-50 years for metal roofs, and up to 50+ years for a barrel tile roof. Being aware of the damage on your roof is essential for taking care of your roof long-term.

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"After being hit by Hurricane Michael and sifting through the many roofing options, we are so glad we chose Superior One! The whole team has been helpful, knowledgeable, honest, reliable and caring! If only the rest of our hurricane repairs could have been this easy!"

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Storm Damage - Hail

Hail is fairly obvious in why it could be damaging to a roof. Sometimes, hail can fall at a diameter of 2”, which can put some severe dents in your roof, siding, car, or any of your outdoors’ valuables. These dented and damaged shingles should be removed and replaced as soon as possible. Neglected shingles could be a gateway for water to leak through your roof and into your home. If hail damage or holes in your roof are ignored, the damage cost will only become more substantial.

Storm Damage - Wind 

If your roof is particularly old or poorly installed by a low-cost roofer, high winds can wreak havoc. When a low-cost roofer installs your roof, they will inevitably cut corners and try to make quick work of what your home needs most. This could make your roof more prone to wind getting underneath your shingles, causing them to lift or break off. Make sure that your roof is a Superior One, and that it will hold together when the high winds come.

Storm Damage - Debris

Proper roof maintenance is cleaning off any debris that falls onto your roof on a regular basis. Debris on your roof can impede the flow of water from running off your roof. Pools of still water on your roof can foster organic growth and cause rotten wood. This deterioration of roofing materials is how leaks can get into your home and require storm damage restorations. You can clear off light debris such as leaves or loose shingles with a leaf blower as a homeowner. However, if there is any larger debris such as tree trunks or electrical poles, make sure that you hire a storm damage restoration roofer to come and remove and dispose of the large items.

Hail Damage

Hail is fairly obvious in why it could be damaging to a roof. Sometimes, hail can fall at a diameter of 2”, which can put some severe dents in your roof, siding, car, or any of your outdoors’ valuables. These dented and damaged shingles should be removed and replaced as soon as possible. Neglected shingles could be a gateway for water to leak through your roof and into your home. If hail damage or holes in your roof are ignored, the damage cost will only become more substantial.

Wind Damage

If your roof is particularly old or poorly installed by a low-cost roofer, high winds can wreak havoc. When a low-cost roofer installs your roof, they will inevitably cut corners and try to make quick work of what your home needs most. This could make your roof more prone to wind getting underneath your shingles, causing them to lift or break off. Make sure that your roof is a Superior One, and that it will hold together when the high winds come.

Debris

Proper roof maintenance is cleaning off any debris that falls onto your roof on a regular basis. Debris on your roof can impede the flow of water from running off your roof. Pools of still water on your roof can create organic growth as well as underlying rotten wood. This deterioration of roofing materials is the perfect place for leaks to get through into your home and damage the valuables inside. You can clear off light debris such as leaves or loose shingles with a leaf blower as a homeowner. However, if there is any larger debris such as tree trunks or electrical poles, make sure that you hire a professional to come and remove and dispose of the large items.

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