Until November, it looks like Houston will be experiencing extreme weather. This is the annual case for our city due to hurricane season*. All of southeast Houston, like Memorial, Katy, Sugarland, and the Energy Corridor, experience high heat and heavy rains throughout the summer and the fall. These extreme weather conditions can cause storm damage to your roof.
Storms cause billions of dollars in damages every year and one of the main areas that take the brunt of these damages is roofs. Storm damage to roofs can range from missing shingles to falling limbs. Regardless of the type of damage from a storm your roof has encountered, taking care of the damage quickly is essential to mitigating costs.
PREVENT ROOF DAMAGE BEFORE THE STORM
Before major storms hit the Houston area, we recommend getting a roof inspection. A roof inspection with Amstill Roofing can catch small issues that can become major problems before a big storm, like a hurricane, hits.
Each year, Houston and its surrounding areas, like Sugarland, Memorial, Katy, and the Energy Corridor, encounter a hurricane or the remnants of a hurricane hitting somewhere off the Gulf Coast. The best way to make certain your roof can stand up against a large storm is to have your roof checked by one of our roofing experts.
At Amstill Roofing, we have been conducting roof repairs, roof replacements, and roof inspections since 1974. Checking to make sure every roof is as ready as possible for any type of weather condition is simply one of our jobs. Our goal is to provide the very best roofing service in Houston, and ensuring the health of a homeowner’s roof is part of that.
PROTECT YOUR ROOF AGAINST STORM DAMAGE WITH AMSTILL ROOFING
If you have had your roof for 20 years or more, then you should consider receiving a roof inspection. Our roof inspections are complimentary because we want to make certain every homeowner and their families are safe regardless of what Houston’s weather conditions throw at them.
Contact Amstill Roofing today and make certain your roof is ready for anything.
(*) hurricane season