When a storm hits, the roof of your home or business is often one of the first things to take a beating. Whether it’s high winds, hail, or heavy rain, storm damage can quickly lead to leaks and other issues that require emergency roof repair. If you live in Oklahoma, where severe weather is common, it’s especially important to know what to do after a storm to protect your property and keep your family safe.
Assess the Damage to Your Roof
Take a look at the roof from the ground, if you can do so safely, to see if you notice any damage. This could include missing or damaged shingles, bent or broken gutters, etc. If you have access to a ladder, you may be able to get a better look at the damage and determine if any repairs are needed.
Call Bailey’s Roofing and Construction
As an emergency roof repair company in Oklahoma, we will be able to quickly assess the damage and provide you with an estimate for the storm damage repairs. Our customers are our first priority. At Bailey’s we are committed to professionalism and quality. On top of the manufacturer’s warranty, we add our craftsmanship warranty and we stand behind it.
Do Your Part
While you wait for our experts to arrive, there are a few things you can do to prevent further damage to your roof and keep your property safe. If you notice any leaks, try to catch the water in buckets or other containers. This will prevent further damage to your home or belongings. If you have a tarp, or other waterproof material, it could be beneficial to cover the damaged area of the roof to prevent further water from getting in.
When you don’t feel comfortable climbing up to the roof or assessing the damage, it is best to wait for our team of professionals to arrive. This will avoid further damage or even injury. In some cases, the damage may be severe enough that a full roof replacement is necessary. Our experts will work with you to determine the best course of action and provide you with a timeline for the replacement.
After Repairing or Replacement
It is going to be essential to take steps in preventing future storm damage. Trim back any trees or branches that could fall onto your roof during a storm. Ensuring that your gutters are clean and in good working order. Also make sure that your roof is properly insulated to prevent heat loss and ice dams.
If you need help with damage assessment and any kind of repair or replacement, contact Bailey’s Roofing in Ada and Sulphur, Oklahoma, at (405) 343-8847 today! Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for more information.