Phoenix Storm Damage Repairs & Roofing Fixes

Phoenix Storm Damage Repairs & Roofing Fixes

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Storm Damage Repair – Water, Roof & Windows in Phoenix-Metro

Storm Damage Repairs While most people tend to think of Arizona as nothing more than a desert with an arid climate, residents know better and are well-acquainted with the annual monsoon season. During this time, rain and wind speeds are at an all-year high and by the end of the season, storm damage to Phoenix homes and to property in many other Arizona cities is rampant.Monsoon season is notorious for causing various types of damage to homes, but fortunately most are easily repaired by our team of experts, so if you have house damage caused by storms and extreme weather conditions, please contact us immediately.

Water Damage Repair Work

Many roads in older subdivisions are not built to drain water quickly, as outside of monsoon season Phoenix doesn’t see much rain. Because of this, the street you live on can easily become overloaded with rainwater that has nowhere else to go but your yard, potentially seeping into your garage or inside your house. Water damage can be one of the most stressful home repairs to make, as water has the ability to damage everything from your carpet and furniture to plumbing fixtures and electrical wiring.

Roof leaks after heavy rains are another leading cause of water damage to homes, but fortunately this can often be easily repaired. A slightly more difficult fix is when trees overloaded with rainwater cause branches to fall, creating significant damage to a roof. If this happens to you, be sure to contact us immediately so we can get out to assess the damage as soon as possible and prevent further water damage to your home.

In the event your pipes burst from freezing temperatures in the winter, you’ll want to call in a team of professionals to quickly make the necessary repairs to get your water running again. Clean-up often involves sopping up all of the water from the carpet and using a dehumidifier to remove moisture from walls. Without using this equipment, you run the risk of getting mold, which can lead to an array of health concerns.

Once you have everything back on track, it’s advisable to consider installing storm windows throughout your home to prevent water from seeping in through poorly sealed older windows.

Damage Caused by Wind

Wind damage is by far the most common issue for homeowners during monsoon season and can be just as stressful as water damage when it comes to repairs. From debris breaking your windows to high winds tearing shingles off your roof, have professionals assess your damage and create a plan of action to get everything fixed quickly. In most cases, high-wind damage typically isn’t difficult to repair, however we strongly encourage you to contact us for an estimate so that we can inspect for structural damage or any other unseen problems.

Fallen Tree Damage

Trees can easily be overtaken by the wind during a monsoon storm, and have the ability to cause hefty amounts of damage should they fall on your property. As with wind damage, the repair work for fallen tree damage to your home needs to be properly assessed by our team of professionals before a plan of action can be put forth.

Fortunately, our experience as the best Phoenix residential construction firm has made us aware of some good ways for homeowners to prevent damage caused by fallen trees, such as trimming your trees frequently throughout the year, as this will minimize the chance of branches being torn off by the wind. You should also inspect the overall quality and health of danger trees regularly. Strong, healthy trees are less likely to be uprooted by high winds when compared to trees that are decaying or dying. If you have a tree that is in poor shape and looks like it could fall on your house, consider having it removed, as this may be less expensive than paying for the repairs if damage does occur.

For Phoenix storm damage repairs, please speak directly with Doege Development by calling (623) 242-5247 or clicking here to send an email.