Damage is often left in the aftermath of these weather catastrophes when they sweep through an area. Damage to your property might be extensive, including roof problems, damaged windows, and other difficulties. Calling TruRenu, you may avoid many problems by being proactive about storm damage to your house.
Before a Storm, Here's What to Do
We are usually given advance notice of a significant or tropical storm's approach, allowing us to take all necessary precautions before the storm arrives. Severe thunderstorms, on the other hand, are more challenging to plan for since they can appear out of nowhere.
Before the storming season, we recommend you take pictures of your house. Then you'll get a snapshot of your house right before any changes are made. When tornadoes or thunderstorms cause damage to your home, you'll need to demonstrate to your home insurance provider what happens when you file a claim.
In addition, it's a great way to keep storm shutters on hand. However, many places will run out of plywood just as the storm arrives, so stocking up in a shed or garage ahead of time ensures that your home is well-protected.
If you need aid with a pre-storm roof inspection, TruRenu can help. Now is the perfect time to have any roof leaks repaired before the harsh weather arrives.
In the event of a Storm, Water, or Flood, Destruction May Occur
It's not uncommon for us to observe and repair water damage. Floods or a roof that hasn't been properly maintained can lead to this. During a storm, a leaking roof can cause water to seep into the house's interior, including the floorings.
Your home may flood if the hurricane has generated a lot of rain. This could lead to more significant damage. The longer you wait to address water damage, the greater the risk of mold growth and structural damage to your property will be.
Damage to the roof and other structures might result from hurricane-force winds
With all the storm's might, the wind can take away your home's roof tiles, siding, and more. After a shower, it's not always simple to detect if your home's roof has been damaged, which is why it's important to schedule regular roof inspections. Leaving roof problems unattended might lead to more severe problems later in the year when other storms occur.
If your gutters are damaged by wind, you may have issues such as water seeping into your sidewalls or accumulating near the foundation. This form of harm will also necessitate immediate attention.
Hail can damage your home by breaking windows, wearing out roofs, and destroying siding
Occasionally, hail will fall during a storm. Ice pellets will strike your home, including your roof, windows, and automobiles, as they fall from the sky. Depending on the size of the hailstones, the damage might be rather substantial. Our goal at TruRenu is to analyze the damage your home has sustained from a hail storm and return it to its pre-storm condition as quickly as possible.
Your home could be hit by flying debris from a storm
The wind and land might topple trees on your house. It can also cause patio furniture to smash against windows if it is whipped around by the wind. One of our fields of experience is storm damage repair, and we can help you restore your household to normal as quickly as possible.
Georgia is prone to severe thunderstorms, hurricanes, and tropical storms. Any calamities, such as a collapsed roof or broken windows, could befall your residence. Many of these issues can be avoided if you are vigilant about storm damage to your home. It might be difficult to tell if your home's roof has been damaged after a storm. Putting off fixing a leaky roof until later in the year can lead to more significant issues. TruRenu can promptly assess the damage to your home and get it back to its pre-loss condition.