When Your Roof was Damaged by Hurricane Michael
Hurricane Michael has caused widespread damage to Florida's panhandle. When it comes to your roof, it is best to roofing professionals right away if you see or even suspect your roof has been damaged by Hurricane Michael. The worst thing you can do is delay before getting help for your home’s roof. Hurricane damage to roofs may not always be obvious or visible from the ground.
Certainly, if your roof is leaking or you see missing tiles, shingles, or panels, an inspection is needed. The best way to know for sure, is to have a professional roofing technician from Blackfoot Roofing & Construction carefully and thoroughly inspect your roof to detect storm damage and schedule a roofing repair so that additional damage does not happen to your home.
Blackfoot Roofing performs new roof installation, roof repairs, roof leak detection, roof replacement, roof inspection, re-roofing, storm damage repair, hail damage repair, damage repair to roofs from fallen trees and branches, and emergency roofing repair.
As an experienced roofing contractor in Tallahassee and surrounding areas, we can handle any emergency roof repair need you may have. If your home has leaks, wind damage, or a collapsing roof, make us your first call to get fast, effective repairs.
Call us today for a free estimate on any of our roofing services (850) 251-9792!
Things to remember in a roofing emergency
In the case of a roofing emergency, make sure you remember these three points:
- Don't go up on the roof yourself: A damaged roof is a dangerous environment, and you should let a professional be the first to check it out.
- Cover the interior: Using plastic sheeting will protect the interior of your home and help prevent leaks.
- Inspect the roof visually: From the ground, make a visual inspection or take photos of your roof to note debris and possible damage.