How to Assess Roof Damage After a Storm

How to Assess Roof Damage After a Storm
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As a roofing and construction company based in Colorado Springs, we aren’t strangers to the various weather conditions that the Pikes Peak region experiences. Being in a landlocked state, there are few conditions that we don’t have to worry about, but periodically nature will remind us just how powerful it can be. Recently, Colorado Springs experienced one of these reminders through a harsh blizzard with record breaking wind speeds, also known as a ‘bomb cyclone’, that brought a great deal of damage to residential homes and commercial buildings in Colorado Springs, Monument, Castle Rock, Peyton, Falcon, and more of El Paso County.

At Victory “1” Roofing and Construction, we understand that storm damage can cause a great deal of stress, especially if you are uncertain of the extent of the damage. Below is a simple guide how to check if your home has been damaged, what to do if your roof was impacted by the storm, and how we may help relieve storm related stress.

How to Assess Roof Damage After a Storm

Storm Damage Signs for Your Roof

Outside: Take a walk around your home or business to detect any missing, altered, or damaged shingles.

Inside: Carefully inspect the inside of your home for moisture that may be finding its way into your home through a damaged roof. Carefully look for water marks and on the walls and ceiling, because even small marks may indicate a bigger problem.

What to do if Your Roof Was Damaged

If you detect storm damage or are uncertain of the extent of the impact the storm caused on your home or business, then it is important to have a professional perform a roof inspection to assess the damage right away. Small damage to a home can rapidly turn into a much bigger problem, and since Colorado weather changes just as rapidly as it comes, it is best to put a plan into action before the next storm. It is best to connect with a roofing professional like Victory “1” Roofing and Construction to further assist the damage and provide an estimate so you can start to work with your insurance provider. Fortunately, if a roofer does see concerns, you will be able to work on a plan to repair the damage, prevent further complications, and implement temporary fixes as needed.

How Victory “1” Can Help

Our team is passionate about providing you with a transparent, thorough evaluation of the condition of your home so that we may help you get back on track and under a comfortable roof for many more storms to come. We provide various services to help accomplish this goal, including:

  • Temporary Fixes
  • Shingle Repair
  • Roof Repair
  • Roof Replacement
  • Siding Replacement
  • And More

No matter the extent of the damage that your home or commercial roof faces after a storm hits, Victory “1” Roofing and Construction is here to help. We understand the toll that Colorado weather can take on your home, your finances, and your stress levels. At Victory “1”, it is our mission to provide our neighbors with transparent information as well as pricing so that you can be secure with your decision.

We are a licensed and insured roofing company, and we work with all insurance companies, so we can take care of your storm damage repairs within the best timing possible. Since there are often many people across El Paso County who get affected by storms, it is important to note that repairing and replacing takes time, but our team is prepared to handle such emergencies in an efficient way.

Schedule A Free Estimate for Storm Damage | Roofing and Construction Companies in Colorado Springs

Give Victory “1” Roofing and Construction a call today to schedule your free estimate. Our team will take the time to complete a thorough inspection of your home or business so that we can provide an accurate estimate and action plan that will comfortably suit your needs. We would love to hear from you! Contact us if you have any questions or would like to learn more about how we have helped other home owners in El Paso county.

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