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Storms throughout spring and summer take us by surprise, bringing fast-moving clouds, thunder, and heavy rainfall. Powerful and windy storms are not unheard of quite often, and the aftermath of an intense storm is enough to cause devastation to the exterior of your residential or commercial roof. If it’s not a hurricane, it’s something else that can cause a roof repair or replacement. Sometimes it’s only roof repairs that need fixing. But oftentimes, roof inspections show that the entire roof has been hit with enough storm damage to require a full roof replacement.

A professional roofing company is necessary to minimize further damage. Every minute is vital when handling roof storm damages. If you have water entering the home through the ceiling, we offer cover and tarp services for those near New Orleans, LA.


Damage Assessment

We have served through countless storms to understand that some damages may not be apparent. So, we take the time to thoroughly inspect your entire roofing system, spot any damages, and uncover possible sources.


Reliable Estimates 

After completing our detailed walkaround, we prepare a transparent estimate to handle the damages discovered with durable repairs to restore your roof’s performance and looks.


Storm Damage Repairs

We come equipped with the appropriate tools and materials to get on the job as soon as you give us the go-ahead. Whatever the extent of storm damage on your roof, we employ the same dedication and skills.


The best way to mitigate the damage left by a storm is to have a disaster response plan in place and ready to go. This means we can be onsite within hours to make emergency repairs, clear debris, and develop plans for permanent repairs. Reach out to us today for a free consultation, and let’s get started.

Signs of roofing damage include

• Shredded, flapping or torn shingles

• Granule shedding on your shingles

• Torn away sections of the roof

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