Roof Damage on Your Greenville, SC property
Has your property in Greenville, SC been damaged by a storm? High winds, hailstones, debris, and other factors may cause severe Storm Damage and Water Damage to some parts of your home. Exterior surfaces such as your property’s roof are commonly the most affected. The following are some of the most common types of storm roof damage:
High winds during hurricanes and storms will potentially leave property damage behind. The force of these winds can remove or tear your home’s structure. In the case of your home’s roof, high winds can lift, curve, tear or even remove shingles, leaving your roof exposed to outside elements.
Hailstorms are another threat to your property and they could cause serious damage to your home’s roof. Hailstones could impact and crack roofing shingles; which is what protects your roof from Water Damage. Detecting and replacing damaged shingles as quickly as possible is the best way to avoid further damage to your property.
The most obvious threat to your roof after a storm is standing water. A roof without a proper drainage system could accumulate water, especially on uneven areas, potentially leading to water damage.
After a storm, make sure that your roof has not been damaged by any of the factors mentioned above. If you see any storm or water damage, call SERVPRO of East Greenville County, we will be happy to help.