Belleair Roofing Installers and Repair
Residents and business owners in Belleair, Florida will rest easy knowing that No. 1 Home Roofing specializes in providing services in the area. Large homes, lakefront properties, and inland homes and businesses are at risk of storm and water damage.
Frequent rains in the area, as well as humidity cause a good deal of structural damage to houses when they’re not properly built to resist the common bad weather. In Belleair, being that the homes are often built directly on the coast, by the beaches, the tides and flooding levels from storms, such as hurricanes are a major source of disaster for those buildings.
Winds from storms, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, or tropical storms often remain consistent for hours at a time. This means that materials related to damage and natural debris will be caught in high wind speeds and potentially harmful to your home for long periods of time. After winds subside and debris lands, roofs can incur major penetrations and shingle damage.
Beyond the wind and debris, storms lead to flooding and gathered areas of pooled water. Homes along the beach in Belleair will feel a great deal of trouble regarding pooled water as there is less of a buffer between their structures and incoming rains. Precipitation in Belleair is very high during the summer months. Some years in may rain a bit every day of the spring and summer. After a while, the buildup of moisture in certain areas of a roof can lead to faulted materials and make for further needed repairs.
In Belleair, when a surplus of water due to high wind and rain gathers at one point (low point, usually) on a roof, depending on the quality of construction and the materials used to create the roof, many homeowners find themselves with worse problems than they’d expected. You may not always see inside water damage, but the inner layers of your roofing system, especially the membrane, could be heavily soaked.
No. 1 Home Roofing only uses high quality materials in creating your roof. While storm damage could affect your home or office building, you can be assured that in designing and constructing the roof, our professionals have committed to ensuring that water and debris have a low rate of damage. Materials from Owens Corning and GAF provide you with warranties pending any excessive damage.
Belleair homeowners will find that when hurricane season hits, palm trees along the beach may be partially destroyed. Floating and windblown foliage from palms may land on your roof, which in turn could be a threat. Other beachside damages could be from excess rocks, shells, and sand building up on your structure’s roof. When storms clear, it is important to remove any harmful buildup that could lead to eventual repairs to the roof.
For information about roofing needs in Belleair, give your neighbors in Palm Harbor a call No. 1 Home Roofing is closeby and ready to come to the rescue in emergency situations. Call us today!