Johnson Exteriors — Your First Choice for Roof Damage Repair
Saint Paul, the Twin City to Minneapolis, a beautiful city with well-preserved Victorian architecture on the banks of the Mississippi river, of which its residents are proud, and rightly so. Regardless of its powerful winter and summer weather systems, more than a century and a half later, St. Paul stands strong as the Minnesota State Capital.
Hail and wind from severe thunderstorms can cause major damage to your roof and your home. Wind damage to your shingles is fairly obvious to see, unlike hail damage.
With wind damage, missing shingles or broken shingles are usually quite visible from the ground. They are usually seen along the eve or at the top near the ridge. Hail damage on the other hand must be looked at from the roof and even then, it is not the easiest to see for an untrained eye.
With hail damage, it is best to have a professional roofing contractor that specializes in storm damage repair come out to your property. At Johnson Exteriors, we give ALL homeowners FREE inspections to determine if you have storm damage to your property or not.
We will show you via pictures or video what hail damage to your shingles looks like, and let you know if your roof or shingles have it. We will also show you pictures of any damage that we found below the roof line from our walk around your property.
Capital State Building in St. Paul, MN. Photo: Max Pixel
Tackling Roof Leak Repair after Strong Winds and Storms
Roof leaks are another common occurrence caused by severe thunderstorms. Leaky roofing happens when high wind or straight-line winds drive rain into sliver type openings that are virtually impossible to see with the human eye. These are more often than not somewhat of a simple fix. Give us a call and we can handle your roof leak repair.
The damage you may suffer will vary depending on a few important details, such as the direction, the speed and the duration of the wind. If the winds are coming in from the right angle and direction and are pounding your home and roof at a steady, continuous rate, you could very well have severe damage to the siding, gutters and windows of your property, and especially to your roof.