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How Storms Can Damage Your Roof

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Your rooftop has a truly vital job to do. It's your first line of barrier against the outside and important to the integrity of your home. In any case, the climate is your rooftop's most intense adversary. From snowstorms to high breezes to hail, tempests can be extraordinarily harming to your rooftop.

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How Storms Can Damage Your Roof

  1. 1. How Storms Can Damage Your Roof How Storms Can Damage Your Roof
  2. 2. Your rooftop has a truly vital job to do. It's your first line of barrier against the outside and important to the integrity of your home. In any case, the climate is your rooftop's most intense adversary. From snowstorms to high breezes to hail, tempests can be extraordinarily harming to your rooftop.
  3. 3. Hailstorms Despite the roofing material you utilize, hail can make little cracks in the shingle and debilitate the rooftop as a whole. After some time, this can prompt bigger breaks and tears. Depending upon how huge the hail was and the power of the tempest, areas of your rooftop could have been severely damaged.
  4. 4. How might you get this before it transforms into an issue? Ensure that whatever roofing material you've on your roof is solid and strong and be sure to get an expert inspection following a hailstorm. Examinations are free and you can get genuine feelings of serenity from having a professional take a look.
  5. 5. Windstorms At the point when your rooftop experiences a windstorm or high breezes it can free the small granules on shingles that keep water out. Also, you rooftop could be feeling the loss of a few shingles. Missing shingles will without question leave your rooftop powerless against the components.
  6. 6. What would it be advisable for you to do? Examine your rooftop and patch any essential repairs immediately. Again, if you're truly worried about your rooftop, call your local Sandy Springs roofing contractor for an assessment.
  7. 7. Rain/Thunderstorms Your rooftop is frequently presented to these sorts of conditions and before long it can unquestionably incur significant injury - particularly if some other climate occasion like breeze or hail is blended in there. What's our recommendation? Once more, look at your rooftop after any significant weather. Have you seen any mold or organisms inside your home or on your rooftop? Are your warming and cooling costs overly high? This could be an indication of a damaged rooftop.
  8. 8. Snowstorms The most widely recognized issue when managing rooftops in the winter are ice dams. Ice dams are substantial edges of ice that shape at the edge of a rooftop or drains, and keep softening snow from running off the rooftop. At the point when water can't flow off the rooftop, it can build up on the rooftop and cause leaks.
  9. 9. What would you be able to do? Expel snow from your rooftop after each storm. This dispenses with one of the required parts for ice dams. In the terrible occasion that you find that ice dams are as of now present, don't begin hacking endlessly at them. The most ideal approach to expel them is to have an expert come to your home and do a steam evacuation. Steam evacuation is successful, non-harming and significantly more tranquil for your neighbors.
  10. 10. Trees Presently, we understand that trees are not a climate component, but rather amid climate occasions they can be harming to your rooftop. On the off chance that there are branches hanging over or touching your rooftop, amid a bad storm they could be rubbing the little granules or jabbing little openings in your shingles.
  11. 11. One approach to cure this is to prune these branches back. Major pruning is generally best done in the tree's lethargic season, so remember that. Additionally, ensure you're utilizing appropriate pruning methods. An expert arborist can be an extraordinary asset, even if you think you know what you’re doing.
  12. 12. The Bottom Line Climate and weather take a toll on your rooftop. Ensure that you're getting your rooftop reviewed after severe weather and complete the important repairs as quickly as time permits.
  13. 13. 770-696-6054 www.1oakRoofing.com

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