Storm Damage Restoration in Katy TX

Storm Restoration Experts

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Has your home suffered damage from a recent storm? During this stressful time, many homeowners are unsure where to look for help. But look no further – Mission Roofing has got you covered. We offer a multitude of services to restore your home to its pre-storm condition. You won’t have to worry about chasing down hard-to-reach contractors and adjusters, because we’ll be by your side every step of the way. From assisting with the claims process to coordinating the repairs of your home’s interior and exterior, we’re happy to be the one-stop shop for all of your home services needs. Call us today to schedule your free storm damage assessment!

Types of Storm Damage

Hail Damage

As you can probably guess, hailstorms can be extremely destructive to your roof. The older your roof is, the more vulnerable it may be to hail damage.

When hail hits your roof, it creates an indentation on its surface, breaking the mat on asphalt shingles and exposing the fiberglass. Hail is just as destructive to metal panels, as it breaks their protective coating, which can lead to rust. And in the case of clay tile, concrete tile, and slate, hail can completely shatter the tiles.

If you have recently experienced a hailstorm in your area, it’s important to get your roof checked out as soon as possible – even if you don’t notice any damage right away. Taking proactive steps to keep your roof safe can help prevent any further damage to your home.

Wind Damage

Most roofs are vulnerable to serious damage should a windstorm, hurricane, or tornado come your way. Clay, slate, concrete, and metal roofs can resist winds of up to 150 miles per hour (if they’re installed correctly), but it’s always a good idea to get a routine inspection after a major storm.
Asphalt shingles, on the other hand, are even more susceptible to wind. A well-installed architectural roof should be able to withstand gusts of up to 130 mph without sustaining major damage. Three-tab shingles are rated for wind speeds of only 65 to 70 mph.

If you’ve experienced heavy winds and notice any missing, lifted, or torn shingles, give us a call today. Getting your roof inspected as soon as possible is the best way to prevent future damage to your roof. A simple inspection leading to an easy patch can save you thousands of dollars on interior repairs down the line should your roof begin leaking.

Tree Damage

Wind and hail can knock down branches and even whole trees – and when that debris starts flying around, it can severely impact your roof. The damage can range from small penetration points that allow water to enter your home to large openings that animals can enter through. If branches or full trees have fallen onto your roof, give us a call immediately. We’re happy to come out and appraise the damage.

Collateral Damage

Looking out for warning signs is one of the best ways to protect your investment in your roof and your home. If you see dents, dings, chips, or scratches on your gutters, AC unit, windows or fences, that can be an early indication that your roof may have been impacted by hail or wind. If you see these clues, call us to inspect your roof as soon as possible. You might not be able to see the damage to your roof from the ground – that is, until it’s too late. Taking proactive measures to ensure your roof’s integrity is the best way to keep your home safe from leaks, pests, and more.

What Do I Do After a Storm?

If you have experienced a windstorm, hurricane, tornado, or hailstorm, the first thing you should do is have your home inspected for damages. Getting your roof inspected is an important part of this puzzle, as you may not be able to see damage from the ground – but it could still be there. Remember that just because your neighbor didn’t suffer any damages, that doesn’t mean that you’re in the clear. It’s always better to be safe and get the inspection.

If possible, you should perform a quick attic inspection to determine if you need any emergency services – we’re always on call to come help you as soon as possible. But even if you don’t notice an immediate problem, it’s still important to conduct a thorough inspection by professionals. Some damages might not be immediately obvious, but they can become bigger and more expensive problems down the road if left untreated.