When Storms Hit the Area, Look to the Best Local Emergency Roofer
When severe storms come through Chattanooga, roofs are very frequently damaged by falling trees and limbs as well as high winds. We are available 24/7 to repair your roof so you can get your life back to normal as soon as possible.
We are available 24/7 to repair your roof so you can get your life back to normal as soon as possible
Call us now to get someone out to fix your leaking roof
We know that storms come any time, which is why we are available any time to take care of your emergency roofing needs.
Storms happen 24 hours a day and we are ready with repair service
Roofs tend to take a big portion of the force from storms. We are here to repair any damage done such as:
- Damage from fallen limbs
- Damage from fallen trees
- Replacement of shingles removed by high winds
- and any other emergency roofing needs you may have.
Different types of storm damage with have seen in Chattanooga.
High often take shingles and/or entire roofs with them. If this has happened to your home, we understand the urgency to have this remedied.
Whether due to damage by limbs or just water penetration, water leaking through your roof is never a good sign. Even if the rain is still falling, we can help to get the leak stopped.
Even the smallest hail can do significant damage to a roof. If your home has been subjected to hail, you’ll want to have the roof evaluated as quickly as possible to have any problems fixed.
Displaced asphalt tiles
Asphalt tiles frequently come loose during storms. This can allow water to penetrate your roof if left unprotected.
A lightning strike can do significant damage to your roof. It could be a single hole, or much larger damage. If lightning strikes your roof, you’ll want to have it repaired quickly to mitigate further damage.
Destruction from a fallen branch or other debris
Falling tree limbs or other debris can cause damage ranging in size and severity. Any type of penetration calls for emergency repair so the rain water and critters don’t find their way into your home.