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3 Tips for Mitigating Wind Damage

1/4/2021 (Permalink)

Keep your roof in a good shape

Steps To Take To Mitigate Wind Damage

High winds can damage roofs, leading to a roof leak, break windows, and wreak havoc on any unsecured property. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to mitigate wind damage.

1. Keep Your Roof in Good Shape
A roof with missing shingles or other damage is much more vulnerable to wind damage than a roof that is well maintained. Regularly inspect the roof on all of your buildings and repair any damage you find promptly. Speak with a roofing specialist in Waterford Estates, TX, to find out how often you should replace the type of roof you have on your buildings.

2. Temporarily Repair Roof Damage
If you have been through a major weather event, such as a hurricane or severe storm, the roof repair companies in your area are probably going to be very busy. While you are waiting for permanent repairs to your damaged roof, you should cover any damaged areas with plywood or tarps to reduce the chances of a roof leak that could cause further damage to your property.

3. Clean Up Debris and Dry Out Your Property
Storms that come with high winds usually leave you with broken tree limbs, scattered outdoor furniture, and other debris that could cause further damage to your property. Additionally, broken windows, damaged siding, and leaking roofs can let wind-driven rain into your property, creating the potential for damage from mold and rot. A storm cleanup company can assist you with cleaning up and drying out your property after a wind event.
High winds can cause immediate damage to your property, such as a damaged roof or broken window. The damage caused by high winds can also lead to ongoing problems, such as a roof leak, that require temporary repairs to avoid unnecessary damage from rain. Having a plan in place to mitigate your wind damage can help you reduce the severity of damage caused by wind events.

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