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Though it may be early in Houston’s infamous hurricane season, it’s never too early to make sure your roof is healthy, strong, and ready to protect you as we progress through the season. Different types of shingles last a different amount of time, so it may be time to get a Friendswood roof repair or even a full Friendswood roof replacement. Below are some signs the condition of your roof shingles is very poor and may put you at risk, which you can read about in more detail here:
A Friendswood roof that is perfectly in-tact will have solid shingles that lay completely flat against your decking, which keeps out rain, wind, debris, and protects your roof from mold and bacteria.
Even if your shingles are of the type that last upwards of 30 years, the hail damage, hurricanes, wind, rain damage, and blistering heat that Houstonians are all too familiar with may cause your home to be in need of Houston roof repairs or a Houston roof replacement earlier. The good news, though, is that weather damage often warrants your homeowner’s insurance to offer some coverage for your Friendswood roof repair or replacement, which we can help you obtain.
If you would like to see how your roof is doing, then please contact us so we can schedule a contact-less free roof inspection. Our inspectors will climb onto your roof and look around for any signs of damage–subtle and obvious. Following our inspection, we will determine whether your home needs a Friendswood roof replacement or Friendswood roof repair to ensure your family and underlying structure are protected this hurricane season.
Following our inspection and our findings, we will help you get in contact with your homeowner’s insurance and then proceed with scheduling a one-day roof repair or roof replacement. We look forward to keeping you and your family safe as we prepare for an active hurricane season.