Storm Damage

7 Tips to Protect Your Roof From Storm Damage

By |2022-02-22T20:46:19+00:00February 22nd, 2022|Storm Damage|

As the top covering for your house, the roof is most vulnerable to storm damage. Hurricanes, hail, and rainstorms can cause extensive damage to your roof. Damage can lead to problems such as roof leaks, which will only cause further damage to your interiors. If the weather forecast in your area predicts a storm coming

Prep Your Roof for Hurricane Season

By |2021-09-01T21:01:38+00:00August 11th, 2021|Storm Damage|

Hurricanes can be a big threat to your home, especially if it's old or has damaged and weak structures, including the roof. Sometimes your home could be ready for the hurricane, but gets damaged anyway because of storms' unpredictability. You can talk to a roofing contractor in Essex to help you prepare a suitable plan

Hidden Storm Damage Can Cost You Big

By |2019-09-09T20:11:35+00:00September 15th, 2019|Storm Damage|

In Baltimore County, storm and hurricane season typically starts in June and continues into November. Your roof is the first line of protection against heavy weather; however, that also means your roof can take quite a beating during a storm. Storms can cause damage to the roof's structure, which can lead to bigger issues such

Avoid Roofing Scams Following a Severe Storm

By |2019-08-26T14:19:20+00:00August 15th, 2019|Roofing Scams, Storm Damage|

The 2008 Atlantic hurricane season ended with fifteen named storms, eight hurricanes, and two major hurricanes that caused billions in damages. Storms like these usually occur between June and November in the United States, so it's advised that homeowners check their roofs before getting caught in bad weather. Ideally, roof inspections should be carried out

How Will Severe Weather and Storms Affect My Roof?

By |2019-04-23T20:02:21+00:00February 3rd, 2019|Storm Damage|

When it comes to protecting your home against various weather elements and storms, your roofing system is the first line of defense. Extreme weather, like hailstorms, torrential rains, snowstorms, and heat, can cause significant damage to your roof. If you?re not carrying out regular roof inspections, these damages can sometimes go unnoticed. ?It?s

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