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Dallas Roofing: Article About Roof Problems Caused By Storms

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How a roof performs when there's a storm is a good indication of the condition of the roof. There are a lot of problems that can start to show up when the wind whips the rain down. A quality roof will protect the home for many years, but problems can start to crop up over the years. Fortunately, Dallas roofing companies are able to identify and repair these issues and replace the roof when the time is right.

High winds are one of the biggest issues when it comes to storms. Winds can lift up shingles and even blow them right off. This leaves parts of the roof exposed to water and can cause big problems for the homeowner. The underlayment can provide an additional barrier against leaks, but missing shingles will have to be replaced soon. Homeowners can prevent shingles from blowing off by periodically having a roof inspection done and asking the roofer to nail down any shingles that are loose, since loose shingles are more likely to blow off.

These high winds can also mean that branches are more likely to fall on the roof of the home, causing major damage. While damage from a falling branch is likely to be covered under the homeowner's insurance policy, it's usually better to prevent this from happening in the first place.

The roofing contractors at Total Roofing of Dallas can assist you with any questions regarding emergency repairs or gutters.

Inspecting the area for overhanging branches and trimming away any branches that pose a threat can be a big help.

Obviously, where there is a lot of rain, leaks are more likely to show up. During periods of light rain, a slow leak may not be noticeable to the homeowner. However, when a lot of rain comes, more water is likely to seep in. Look for stains on the underside of the roof to identify potential leaks.

Pooling water can also be a problem when there are big storms. This typically occurs when there is a clog in the gutters and the water can't flow freely out. The backed up water can start to seep into the decking of the roof, causing damage and mold. It's also possible that the water will drip down and damage or stain the side of the home.

Keeping the roof in good shape at all times is the best way to prevent any of these problems from occurring. By working with a quality roofing company and staying on top of necessary repairs, homeowners can feel confident that their roof will protect the home.

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