Storm season in Florida begins approximately in June and ends in November.Besides just stocking up on food and water, your roof should also be a main concern before storm season begins.If your roof isn’t in great shape, this can be a danger to your home and family or business.
Not sure if your roof is ready to withstand hurricane winds? Give us a call to schedule a roof inspection!
What can happen to your roof during a storm?
Depending on the severity of the storm or hurricane, a number of different types of damage can occur to your roof. This is especially true if your roof is older, and if you haven’t had an inspection recently.
- Your roof may leak
- You may have broken tiles
- Shingles or tiles may go missing
- The roof may have significant granule loss
- Metal roofs may be dented
- Shingles may curl
Goodfriend Roofing is here for all of your roofing needs!
Contact us to schedule a roof repair or new roof installation.
Interior Damage Caused by Roof Damage
A roof that is impacted by storm damage can result in damage to the interior of your home or business.Thus, it is important to have your roof regularly inspected, so that your home and business can withstand storm season.For instance, some damage that can result to the interior of your home or business due to roof damage include but are not limited to:
- A roof leak that leads to water damage in the walls
- Mold growth
- Insect infestation
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Think it’s time for a new roof?
Goodfriend Roofing has over 14 years of experience, and we are state licensed and insured.We have experience in both residential and commercial roofing, and we put quality into each and every roofing job that we complete.Whether it is a roof repair or a complete new roof installation, we pride ourselves in quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. We truly value our clients and will do anything we can to make sure you are completely satisfied.After we come out for a consultation, we will email you a copy of a detailed estimate and can provide you with a timeline that we will stick to.