Storms are just a part of living in the Denver area, but it becomes concerning when your home experiences the brutal effects of hail and wind damage. Contact us immediately to schedule repairs if you notice signs of damage such as holes in the roof, broken windows, or damaged fencing.
Has your home suffered significant storm damage? Our team at Roofing Systems responds quickly to storm damage so that you can have peace of mind that your home is repaired correctly. Contact us to schedule repairs if you notice signs of damage, such as holes or shingle damage on your roof, broken windows, or damaged siding on your home.
Roof damage is a significant problem for homeowners. If not repaired correctly, roof leaks can cause water damage to ceilings, floors, and walls. In addition, if left unattended, roof damage may lead to structural problems.
A roof inspection should be performed at least once per year. A roof inspection includes looking for loose tiles, missing shingles, cracked concrete slabs, and broken gutters. A roof inspector from Roofing Systems LLC will check for leaks, damage, and structural integrity. We will also inspect the flashing around chimneys and vents and ensure they’re not damaged.
A thorough roof inspection isn’t just about finding problems; it’s about knowing how to fix them. A skilled roofer at Roofing Systems can spot issues that may not be immediately apparent to homeowners.
Hail is an ice ball that forms when water vapor freezes around dust or salt particles. When these ice balls collide, they create massive amounts of pressure that causes severe structural damage. Hail damage can occur anywhere but is most commonly seen in the Midwest and Northeast regions of the United States.
Hail storms are common in Colorado, especially during the summer months. However, they aren’t always easy to spot. Even though you might see some small dings around the edges of your roof, there could be more significant issues underneath that you don’t notice. At Roofing Systems, our highly trained team will inspect your roof for signs of damage caused by large hailstones. We’ll look for cracks, holes, missing shingles, and even loose flashing. Our team will use specialized equipment to ensure that we find every issue before recommending repairs. Once we’ve identified potential problems, we can offer top-notch roof repair services that won’t break your budget.
To prevent further damage, it’s best to learn what steps to take if you experience hail damage.
The first step after experiencing hail damage is to clean up any debris left behind. You should remove anything that could cause additional damage to your home. Check around the outside perimeter of your house for loose shingles, nails, or other materials that may fall off the roof. Once you have cleaned up everything, sweep away any remaining debris.
If you notice any cracks or holes in your roof, you need to immediately contact a professional roofer. A damaged roof can lead to water leaking inside your home, resulting in major structural issues. If you do not address the issue right away, you risk having mold develop inside your home. Mold can be hazardous to your health, especially if you are allergic to it.
Before hiring a contractor to fix your roof, you want to ensure that your insurance company covers the cost. Most homeowner’s policies cover hail damage, but you still want to double-check with your agent before making any repairs.
After cleaning up the mess and securing the roof’s perimeter, you need to hire a professional contractor to complete the job. There are many different types of contractors, each specializing in various aspects of construction. Before choosing a contractor, ask them about their experience working on storm-damaged roofs. Roof Systems specializes in roofing and has experience fixing hail damage.
The best way to prevent wind damage is to take preventive measures before any storm hits. If you live in an area where storms are likely, ensure you have adequate insurance coverage for your property.
Wind damage is a significant concern for homeowners. Wind can cause serious structural problems if not adequately addressed. If you live in an area where strong winds regularly occur, then you should take steps to protect your home from potential damage. Here are some tips to help prevent wind damage to your home.
Wind damage can range from small cracks in windows to complete roof failure. If you notice any damage to your home, contact a professional immediately. You may consider hiring a contractor at Roofing Systems with extensive wind damage repair experience.
If you suspect your Denver home’s roof has wind damage, you’ll first want to check whether or not your roof is leaking. A leaky roof can cause serious water damage inside your home, especially if it happens while you’re away. Check your gutters and downspouts for clogs and debris buildup. Look at your siding and window frames for cracks or holes. Make sure doors and windows are shut tight and locked.
It takes time to repair a house. Depending on the damage, it might take several days or weeks to repair your home. However, once the work is complete, you won’t have to worry about those storm damages anymore!
At Roofing Systems, we offer free estimates and are happy to provide you with a home inspection upon request. Call us today to learn more about our services.
Roof shrink wrapping is a method of protecting your roof from weather damage. Shrink wrap is commonly used to protect roofs from extreme temperatures, wind, hail, snow, rain, and sun exposure. Roof shrink wrap is applied directly onto the surface of the roofing material using special adhesive tape. Once the roof shrink wrap is applied, it shrinks down over time and creates a protective barrier around the roof.
Shrink wrap helps keep the roof dry and protected from moisture damage. When installed properly, it does not affect the appearance of the building. It is also inexpensive and can be applied relatively fast.
Our experienced team wants to ensure you’re getting the best care possible. We’ve got you covered with our 3 step plan:
The first step in any storm damage repair project is determining what damage occurred. If water was involved, then flood damage may have been caused. Water damage can cause mold and mildew to develop if not properly cleaned and dried out. Mold and mildew can cause respiratory issues and even asthma attacks. Once the extent of the damage is determined, the next step is to assess the structural integrity of the building. Our professional team at Roofing Systems will perform these assessments before beginning any repairs.
Flood damage cleanup requires cleaning up all debris and standing water. Standing water can harbor bacteria and viruses that can lead to sicknesses. Debris can clog drains and sewers, causing backups and flooding. Standing water also causes rot and decay in wood framing and drywall. Standing water damages electrical wiring and appliances. All damaged items must be removed from the property and disposed of properly.
Once the area is cleared of debris and standing water, the affected items need to be dried. Drying out damaged items includes drying out furniture, carpeting, insulation, and anything else that could potentially sustain moisture damage. Moisture levels need to be lowered to prevent further damage.
After the items have been thoroughly dried out, they need to be inspected for any structural damage. Cracks in the foundation allow moisture to seep inside the house. Roof leaks can cause severe damage to interior materials. Any cracks or holes in the foundation or roof need to be repaired immediately.
Electrical wires need to be checked for damage. Broken wires can short circuit electricity and start fires. To ensure safety, a certified electrician should inspect all electrical wiring.
Drywall is the primary material used to cover walls and ceilings. When drywall becomes wet, it begins to deteriorate. Wet drywall can become brittle and crack easily. Once the drywall has been inspected, it needs to be replaced. New drywall should be installed using proper techniques and tools.
Insulation helps keep warm air inside and the cold air outside. Without adequate insulation, warmth can escape, and cold air can enter. Insulation should be installed at least two inches thick. Insulation should be placed between studs and joists.
Home and property insurance is a type of insurance that covers damage to your home or belongings caused by events outside of your control. These events may include fire, theft, vandalism, natural disasters, etc.
Your homeowner’s policy should cover you unless you live in a high-risk area (e.g., hurricane zone) or have certain risk factors (e.g., faulty wiring).
We know how overwhelming it can be to file an insurance claim. Our team at Roofing Systems can help you with every step, from start to finish, so you don’t have to worry about missing out on essential benefits that could help you repair storm damages. Whether you are filing a claim online, over the phone, or in person, we’re here to ensure you understand what you’re entitled to and can access the information you need to file your claim quickly and easily.
Roofing Systems LLC is here to help you navigate the insurance process following a natural disaster. Our team understands how important it is to work closely with your insurance carrier to ensure the best possible outcome. We know that many people don’t understand the insurance claims process, and our goal is to ensure you receive everything you need to get your storm damages repaired! Call us at 720-227-9228 today!
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