Storm and Wind Damage Repair

Storm and Wind Damage Repair

There are many different forms of weather that Texans face that can cause damage to homes. Some of these forms of weather include hurricanes, hail, tornadoes, wind, and thunderstorms.

Your roof is the most susceptible to costly damage. If a tree limb or other heavy debris fell on your roof during a storm, your home might have structural damage. 

Common signs of roof damage are:

  • Holes in the roof
  • Split seams
  • Missing shingles
  • Bruises or dented asphalt shingles
  • Cracked or broken tile, slate, or concrete shingles
  • Granules collecting in gutters or downspouts
  • Leaks in your roof or ceiling
  • Dents on vents, gutters, or flashing

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Windows and doors are vulnerable to storms and flying debris. Common signs of window damage include cracks, holes, broken panes and damaged frame

Siding, paint, bricks, other exterior surfaces and outdoor appliances, like air conditioning units, are also vulnerable to damage. Signs of damage include dings, dents, cracks, splitting, holes, breaks, chipping and discoloration.