Austin Storm Damage Roof Repair
Repairing Severe Roof Damage Throughout Travis County
Many people assume that living in Texas means that the sun shines down all day, all year round. While it is true that we do get a lot of sunbeams, anyone who has been a resident in Austin, Round Rock, or beyond, for even a short amount of time will know that we get more than of full share of storms. Although these storms can last anywhere from half an hour to several days, even a small thunderstorm can cause significant damage in just a short amount of time.
This Is Especially the Case with Harsh Weather Such As:
- Hard winds
- And even snow or ice accompany torrential sheets of rain
In the devastation following a storm, you need a dedicated crew whom you can rely on to help you get back on your feet. Trust our Austin roof repair team at MassBur Construction to provide the powerful support you need to repair your roof and home.
How Do I Know if My Roof Has Storm Damage?
It is not always easy to tell whether your Austin home is just a little worse for wear following a storm, or if it needs more extensive repairs. In many cases, your roof might externally look just fine, but there is damage beneath the shingles that needs rapid resolutions or they could make the rest of your roof unsound, along with the rest of the building. This is why you should immediately contact roofing experts who can perform a thorough examination of the stability of your infrastructure.
In the meantime, however, there are certain signs to look for to detect the level of damage your Texas roof has undergone. If there are shingles missing here and there or tiles have broken off, these may just need some minor replacements, with a sturdier coating.
However, You May Need to Have More Extensive Storm Repairs if There Are:
- Noticeable leaks or a smell of mold
- Your shingles are damp or pooling water underneath
- Damages from hail or windstorm
- Portions of your roof are sagging
- You notice signs of broken rafters
Loss of energy efficiency is another sure sign that you should contact a dedicated Austin roof repair professional.
Can Wind Damage Shingles in Texas?
Yes, strong winds do have the ability to damage your asphalt shingles. Even winds that are 45 mph have the potential to cause some level of damage, and the higher the winds get the more damage could be done.
How Do I Know If I Have Wind Damaged Shingles?
- They appear to be curling or bent
- There are granules missing from the shingles
- They are loosened
- There are portions of your roof missing shingles
- They are broken
Regardless, it’s always best to consult with a professional roofer following any major storms or high level of winds to ensure your roof is in optimal condition. Our Austin storm damage roof repair team at MassBur Construction will be able to identify the level of damage sustained and resolution needed.
When our reliable Austin storm damage roof repair experts turn up at your door, you can count on them to perform an extensive evaluation to inspect the damage left by the storm, assessing if superficial repairs are required, or more intense reparations.
Some of the Thorough Storm Repairs We Can Provide Include:
- Adding a new coating application
- Fixing hail damage
- Replacing a fleeceback membrane
- Repairing both standard PVC and KEE HP PVC
- Fixing damage caused by water and wind
- Removing debris, vegetation, and fallen trees
- Reconstruction of roofing infrastructure
- Repair of shingles, tiles, and sheathing
Once we have identified all the aspects that need to be resolved, our Austin roof repair pros will provide you with a full report, along with our advice for which elements must be fixed immediately, and which can take place later in the process.
When you reach out to us for storm damage roof repair in Austin, you breathe a sigh of relief knowing that you will not have to pick up the pieces alone. Our dedicated roofing company can even help you get started on filling out claims for insurance, while answering any questions you may have.
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