After a storm, one of the first things a homeowner should do is check the roof for damage. There are times when damage, like broken shingles or torn flashing, is visible from the ground. However, it is still important to take a closer look when assessing your situation since some symptoms are hard to spot. A roofing contractor lists telltale signs of storm damage on roofs.[…] Read More
Since your siding is the largest part of your exterior, it’s the part that’s most likely to have been damaged during a storm. That’s why it would be a good idea to do a quick visual inspection of your siding and roofing system from ground level once it’s safe to go outside.
Here are the warning signs of siding storm damage to keep an eye out for:[…] Read More
No matter how durable your exterior is, it’s bound to suffer some form of damage during a storm. Being the largest part of your exterior, your siding is the most likely part to have sustained damage. Here’s how you can deal with siding damage:
What may seem like heavy rainfall becomes something else entirely, and before you know it, shingles have been torn off your roof and there are leaks in various areas of your home. But it is easy to deal with storm damage—as simple as ABC, in fact. Patriot Roofing, your trusted roof and gutter installation expert, shares how.[…] Read More