Regardless of the age of your home, roofs can be left powerless in the wake of a powerful storm. Severe storms can cause damage due to fallen trees, hail and high winds. This can result in roof damage as well as siding damage that will need to be repaired as quickly as possible. If you’re in the Twin Cities area and have recently experienced some of the severe weather we’ve had as of late, it may be time to reach out to a MN roofing contractor like United Roofing & Remodeling to ensure your roof isn’t in immediate danger. We’ve been serving the greater Twin Cities area for decades and stand ready to assist you with any storm damage you may have.
Schedule a Roof Inspection After Major Storms
After any major storm, it’s best to schedule a comprehensive roof inspection performed by a licensed and insured roofing contractor for any roof damage. At United Roofing & Remodeling, we have a team of roofers that are well versed in dealing with the common storm damage seen in Minnesota, as well as dealing with insurance adjusters. We work with all the major insurance providers in the area so feel free to contact us to have your roof inspected free of charge.
How to Spot Roof Damage from a Severe Storm?
While it’s always best to have a roofing professional examine your home after a severe storm, there are a few things that you can look out for that will likely point to damage that needs to be addressed.
• Missing Materials – Take a short walk around your home and look to see if you notice any missing shingles, fascia or other roofing materials that may have been damaged by hail, wind or rain.
• Attic – If you have an attic, you can periodically look underneath your roof to spot any damage. Water stains on your ceiling is also another sign of roof leaks, but many times you’ll see damage on the underside of your roof before you see anything on your ceilings.
• Hail Damage – Hail can cause significant roof damage including indentations in your shingles as well as damage to siding and gutters.
• Downed Trees or Power Lines – If you notice downed trees or power lines on your roof, it’s best to immediately call your electricity provider as well as your roofer. Do not attempt to get on your roof when trees and/or power lines have fallen.
Still Have Questions About Storm Damage?
We hope that we’ve answered a few of your questions related to Minnesota storm damage, but if not, we’re standing by ready to assist you. Feel free to give us a call today by phone at 612-617-1717 or via email at email@example.com.