Storm Roof Restoration by Hialeah Roof Repair
Hurricane Preparedness is an individual decision in Miami. One must determine if or even when they should or will evacuate. If their area becomes hit with the Tropical Storm system will they be prepared enough to ride it out or are they in a low lying area that begs for them to evacuate like Miami Beach? No matter what their preparedness skills are a decision has to be made. One's hurricane preparedness depends on supplies, strength of their home, and the ability of their area's water drainage. Those factors weigh significantly on whether they should evacuate.
Extreme winds and rain can wreak havoc on weak tree limbs, power lines, aging roofs and poor drainage areas on all of Miami Dade County. To truly be prepared you must make a solid plan. The plan's basis should be on supplies, ability to stay safe, warm and dry and ability to communicate. These are the paramounts for a good Hurricane Preparedness plan in South Florida.
Let's take a look at some of the areas of concern where the stability of your roof is concerned.
Storm Roof Restoration for Tile Roofs:
Tiles roofs have a vulnerability if they haven't been maintained or inspected in the last 6 months to year. The Maintenance and Cleaning of a Tile roof can ensure your roof's base is intact and the tiles aren't broken or loose. Loose or broken tiles are a hazard not only to your roof, but also the interior attic and ceiling/ Not to mention that loose and broken tiles can also be projectiles that can fly through the air cause damage to other parts of your property or the neighbor's property.
Our recommendation is an annual Inspection with Roof Cleaning and Maintenance to ensure your roof is intact and ready for the Miami Hurricane Season.
What to do once the roof is exposed due to flying debris, broken branches and the like?
First of all stay in the home until the storm has completely passed. Don't venture out until you know the storm has left the area. Remember the eye of the storm gives a calm period by the back side of the storm can be worse than the beginning.
Once you have the all clear go out and investigate. Check from the ground if you can see any downed power lines or tree branches compromising your roof or property. If you see a branch on your roof and it can easily be removed ask someone to be with you and support you while you are clearing the debris. *Do not touch if there are branches lodge in the power lines.
After you've removed the branches take a look at the perimeter to see if there is any damage from the branches. With your support person climb up a ladder safely and look around. If you see broken or loose tiles, Cover the area with a tarp and Call us immediately. We'll schedule an Emergency Inspection for Storm Roof Restoration. Do not attempt to fix it yourself. Tarp and call us.
That's what we're here for. We're here for you.
Miami Dade Cities we Serve
Miami Lakes Kendall Florida City
Miami Sweetwater Miami Springs
Miami Gardens Opa Locka Palmetto Bay
Aventura Hialeah Gardens North Bay Village
Coconut Grove Coral Gables Virginia Gardens
Miami Beach Key Biscayne Medley
Doral Cutler Bay Miami Shores
Homestead Pinecrest West Miami
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Fort Lauderdale Pembroke Pines Miramar
Weston Hollywood Hallandale Beach
Davie Plantation Tamarac
Cooper City Lauderhill Margate
Coconut Creek Sunrise Dania Beach
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