Storm Damage News
September Brings Cooler Weather, but Severe Storms for Houston Roofs
There isn’t a Houstonian who doesn’t remember last September. Last year brought Hurricane Harvey, and it was the worst natural disaster in our city’s history. September is a month that not only brings cooler weather (which Houstonians love), but it also brings more rain and is pretty much the height of hurricane season.
If your home needs roof repairs, then you should contact Amstill Roofing before more rain causes more damage. It would also be imperative because hurricane season can cause major damage, even if it just the remnants of a hurricane. Strong winds, falling debris, and heavy rains can make your roof susceptible to costly storm damage.
Amstill Roofing is here to protect your home by installing a new roof or making roof repairs. Our quality service in roofing has given us a trusted name in Houston’s roofing community, as well as among Houston homeowners.
Don’t Let the Rain In!
Most enjoy the calming effects of rain, but if it is getting through your roof structure, it causes anything but calm. Rain that seeps into your roofing structure can cause water damage in the interior of your home, causing you to not only require roofing repairs, but internal repairs as well, like sheetrock and flooring repairs.
Just in case another hurricane hits the Houston area this year, be sure to have your home protected by ensuring your roof is ready for bad weather. Our Houston roofing experts can conduct a thorough roof inspection to make certain that your roof doesn’t have any cracks, missing shingles, or soft spots. Any of these small problems can create major issues for your home.
Get Amstill to Protect Your Houston Roof
Don’t wait for something bad to happen to your roof or the interior of your home. Contact Amstill Roofing today. Our roofing experts have been helping Houstonians since 1974 and we are here to make certain your home stays strong and healthy against any type of weather. We look forward to providing you with exceptional service and work.