Houston Roofing News
Hurricane Season Is Back! Is Your Houston Roof Ready?
Hurricane season officially began on June 1, which means we are well into the worst weather season for Houston. There isn’t one Houstonian, or probably one American, who doesn’t remember vividly what happened last year with Hurricane Harvey.
Hurricane Harvey was named a 500-year and even a 1000-year storm, and rightfully so. The flooding devastation from the storm was practically unprecedented. This means there’s a good chance (knock on wood) we will never experience a storm like this again in our lifetime, and possibly within the next few centuries. But this doesn’t change the fact that hurricanes will be making their way to Houston every year; perhaps not the brunt of the storm, but definitely the remnants. With every hurricane season, we always ask the same question: is your Houston roof ready?
PREPARING YOUR HOUSTON ROOF FOR THIS HURRICANE SEASON
At Amstill Roofing, our roofing professionals are here to protect your home by establishing a strong roof. We use on the best materials for our roofs. This ensures that our roofs are guaranteed through the decades to stand up against storms and various weather conditions.
If your roof is older than 20 years old, then there is a good chance that it needs to be replaced. Typically roofs last about this long. The best way to find out if your roof needs to be replaced or just repaired is to undergo a roof inspection. A thorough roof inspection will measure the health of your roof, which includes the shingles and the interior of the roof.
Amstill Roofing specializes in roof replacements and roof repairs. If your Houston roof needs repair or replacement, then be sure to get this done before hurricane season begins to thoroughly impact the Houston area.
CONTACT AMSTILL ROOFING TODAY
If your home is located in the Greater Houston area, including the Memorial, Katy, Sugarland and Energy Corridor areas, contact Amstill Roofing today and schedule a roof inspection to find out if your roof is ready for this hurricane season and the others to come.