The second week of July brought some much-needed rain to McAllen and the surrounding areas. Although some minor flooding occurred, the weather wasn’t too eventful. However, these storms are just a small preview of what Mother Nature can throw at us at any time. Is your home or business’s roof ready to take on heavy rainfall, high winds, and even flying debris like leaves, branches, etc.?
At XYZ Roofing and Restorations, our McAllen roofing company is ready to offer the best roofing systems, styles, and materials in the industry to ensure that your structure is ready for inclement weather.
Why Should You Maintain a Healthy Roof?
This may be obvious to so many but maintaining a healthy and structurally sound roof is important for your home or business, the safety of everyone inside, and even your property value.
Believe it or not, your home or business’s value can increase if a strong roof is constructed for it. And your insurer may even deny your claim if it feels that your structure is in any way, shape, or form not up to code. So, do the right thing and get your roof looked at by our roofers in McAllen.
A Few Signs That Your Roof Needs Work
A telltale sign that your roof needs work is the presence of leaks. Whenever heavy rains hit your area, if the first thing you do is grab a few bucks to collect leaking water from the ceiling, then you need to have us come out and look at the problem.
A few other signs that your roof should be repaired or replaced soon:
- Loose, warped, missing, or discolored shingles.
- A strong scent of rotting wood or mold in the attic of your home or business.
- Large brown, yellow, or black spots on your ceiling where leaks occur.
Now, these are a few common signs, so if you notice anything else out of the ordinary, don’t hesitate to have us look at it.
Get Your FREE Estimate Today!
If you’re ready to have our roofing company in McAllen inspect your property for roof damage, then contact us today for a FREE estimate! We’re also the only Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor in South Texas!