The wind can be just as damaging, if not more so, than any other storm element. Being in the Houston area, we know wind, rain, and hail very well. There is little to block or slow the path of the wind, so when it hits, it hits hard. Because of that, your roofing structure can go through a beating in less than 10-minutes. When your property has been damaged and requires roof wind damage repair in Houston, TX, contact SECOND CHANCE ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION. Our team of reliable roofers can provide emergency services as well as after-the-fact repairs. Whatever you need, we will be there. Call us at 832-474-0080 to get started.
A force just as powerful as hail and just as damaging as the rain is actually the wind. Here in the Houston area, we can experience powerful gusts that can topple trees, move objects and rip shingles off of roofs. Even houses with impact-resistant shingles can’t escape the powerful force that is the wind. Most traditional shingles can only withstand wind gusts between 65 and 70 mph. Impact-resistant shingles and even some architectural shingles can handle gusts up to 80 mph. Anything more than that and you’ll more than likely have pieces of shingles in your lawn.
When your home, or place of business, has been affected by wind damage, rely on SECOND CHANCE ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION for help.
Our roofing contractors are skilled and educated in everything roof related. Even if you have questions about filing an insurance claim, we can help. Like other storm damage repair situations, the process starts with an inspection. One of our roofers will examine your roof looking for signs of damage. We put together a detailed report going over our findings, repair estimates, and more. This report can be kept for your records or it can be used in an insurance claim. Wind damage should be covered by your insurance, but contact your provider to make sure.
You can rely on our team for all your repair needs. When the roof, the gutters, or any other part of your property has been damaged by storms, trust us to get the job done.