Looking for emergency roof repair Doylestown? If your home has been through a severe storm, it may have sustained damage. At first glance it may not look like there is any damage, however even small damages not visible to the untrained eye can pose problems for your home. We have a team of highly skilled and dedicated roofers, trained to detect subtle damages. Our team will be happy to assist you in determining if damage has occurred and if you need roof replacement or roof repairs. We will provide you with reports and photo documentation you can submit to your insurance company to assist in getting your claim paid. We are happy to say that working with us to get your insurance company everything they need is quick, easy and painless!
An Emergency roof tarp is a temporary solution to prevent further or secondary damage to your roof until it can be thoroughly inspected and repaired. We’re glad to work with everyone from individual homeowners to large corporations when damage leaves a property vulnerable against the natural elements.
Wind damage to your home can leave your roof and siding exposed to the elements. After a storm with high winds it is advisable to walk around your home to see if you can identify any areas where siding or roofing are missing. Have a professional evaluate your roof if you think you have missing shingles and are unable to view your roof from the ground.
Hail storm damage Doylestown can be destructive to homes with damage varying greatly depending on the size and speed at which they fall. Hailstorms and hailstones can cause dents in aluminum siding, shingles and gutters or even crack vinyl siding, asphalt roofs or wood shakes.
Storm damages can be obvious after a severe storm blows through the area, however there are subtler problems that can happen after particularly heavy rains and high winds, even if your home or business’s structure is still sound.
Fallen trees or branches on a home are often the unfortunate result of severe storms and high winds. A fallen tree can cause broken windows as well as puncture holes in your roof or siding; even brick and stone can be damaged by the impact. You could also potentially have damaged gas lines.