Roof Inspection for Storm Damaged Areas

tornado2

It’s that time of year again, apparently

Storm season.

If your home or business was one of the many buildings in Pennsylvania that was damaged in the storms this weekend, you’re probably wondering: what should I do to fix it?

And if you’re not sure whether you suffered damage, you still might want to make sure.

Types of Damage

hail2

Wind and hail can both damage your roof in different ways. Strong storm winds can lift and dislodge shingles or other roofing materials. Hail can weaken or puncture your roof, especially on metal details or on old, brittle shingles.

What Should I Do?

If your roof is actively leaking, make sure your possessions are safe, and then call a professional roofer to learn about fixing your roof. If you have insurance that covers storm damage to your roof, get in touch with your insurance company immediately.

If the damage is less obvious, but you suspect that storms might have affected your roof, it’s still wise to get the roof inspected by someone who knows the signs of damage.

Of course, we’re here to help! You can get in touch with us to learn more here.

Joyland Damage Inspection

fbkevmetal2

We know that your home is important. Suffering storm damage is incredibly frustrating. Our inspectors and estimators are committed to thoroughly diagnosing the state of your roof, helping you interact with your insurance adjustor, and recommending the truly best repair plan for your roof.

We serve the heavily hit areas of Clay Township, Elizabeth Township, and West Cocalico Townships, as well as rest of our service area, including all of Lancaster, Lebanon, York, Berks, Chester, Harrisburg, Dauphin, and Cumberland counties, and the Reading and North Wales areas, Stewartstown, and into north Maryland.

To schedule a roof inspection, or to learn more about storm damage, call our office at 717-340-9471 or contact us here.