There Are Many Types Of Storm Damage Your Residence or Commercial Property Can Endure
In Gilbert and the surrounding communities, we can experience several kinds of storm damage. Some are wind damage, flood damage, and hail damage. Consider the following tips should your home or business be hit with storm damage.
Wind Damage Restoration
The high winds of the desert often cause severe wind damage placing your roof at risk. Your roof is particularly susceptible. The strong winds may cause flying debris to hit or lift the roof, Roof damage can be challenging homeowners and business owners, mainly because a roof leak may not be evident until the next storm hits.
Many roof leaks and roof damage hard is difficult to detect. Storms can loosen the roof without creating a problem that is not easily visible. Even small roof leaks can produce damp, moldy conditions inside your home or business. It is critical to secure roof inspection and repair immediately after high winds. Doing so can prevent long term interior damage. The professional technicians at SERVPRO of Gilbert can assist homeowners or business owners in receiving a comprehensive roof assessment and roof repair services when wind damage strikes.
Heavy rains and flooding may cause water damage from many miles away. If the land around your home or business cannot absorb the additional water, flooding will happen. Even houses and shops at higher elevations can sustain flood damage.
Hail Damage & Recovery
Hail can damage not just your roof, exterior walls, and any detached buildings. It is a great idea to hire a storm damage restoration professional to inspect your roof, exterior walls, and outbuildings for damage. Dents, nicks, and cracks on the roof are areas where hail has damaged the exterior of your home. These weakened areas can lead to other more extensive problems like water damage
After a storm, if you are not sure if there is damage to your home or business, contact the professionals at SERVPRO of Gilbert. They will access your property for any damage that could put your property at risk.