Wind damage is a big concern in Florida, Louisiana, and anywhere here in the Gulf Coast—states that see both hurricanes and a higher-than-average number of thunderstorms throughout the year. When the winds from these weather patterns hit a roof, the shingles are subjected to incredible stress that can often lead to damage.
If your property is showing signs of roof wind damage, reach out to Universal Contracting. We’ll set up a roof inspection to check out the potential damage and come up with repair recommendations. Our team will also create a fair and honest cost estimate for the storm damage restoration.
What’s Involved in a Storm Damage Restoration?
The process of wind damage repair starts with an inspection by one of our skilled roofing specialists. During a roof inspection, the contractor will walk around the property looking for shingles on the ground and damaged windows and doors. Our roof storm damage assessor will also go up on the roof to inspect for issues like:
- Wind Damaged Shingles
- Missing Shingles
- Missing or Dented Flashing
- Holes in the Roof
- Standing Water
After the inspection is completed, you’ll get a report detailing the wind damage to the roof. We’ll also create a cost estimate for repairing the wind damage.
If you need to file an insurance claim, our team can also guide you through the process and provide requested evidence of wind damage to roof shingles. During this time, we can also sit down with you to pick out new roof shingles, doors, and windows for your home. Once the storm damage restoration claim is approved, we’ll set up an appointment to start repairing the roof.
Get More Information About Our Wind Damage Restoration Services
Wind damage to your home is concerning, but Universal Contracting has experts who will quickly take care of it. Allow us to handle every aspect of your storm damage restoration so you can enjoy professional service and support throughout the process. Just give us a call or fill out our online form to ask about a free roof inspection and cost estimate now.