A hail storm can cause significant damage to your home. Hail can affect your roof, siding, gutters, doors and windows. Here are the important steps you need to take when addressing hail storm damage.
Most homeowners take a reactive approach in the maintenance of their roof. This means unscheduled inspections, surprise repairs and a greater risk of sudden critical roof damage. The best thing you can do for the well-being of your roofing system is to map out a proactive maintenance plan. Here’s why:
Two neighboring roofs of the same age and material will react to storms differently if they haven’t received equal care and attention. You can minimize damage from inclement weather if you follow Integrity Roofing and Siding’s tips:
Flat roofs have more trouble with drainage than sloped roofs. They require a specialized system to resist damage from long-term exposure to moisture as well as other threats common in commercial properties.
Your roof does a lot of things for your home. Not only does it protect you from inclement weather, it also impacts your home’s energy efficiency and comfort levels. Even the sturdiest roof won’t last forever, however – so how do you know when it’s time to replace yours?