Making Your Roof Wind Resistant After You Have Shingles Blown Off the Roof
Here at Peak Roofing Systems, we specialize in local high-quality roof installation, repair, and damage assessment. When wind speeds increase or large storms roll in, you may find that you are one of the many homeowners with shingles blown off roof and lying in the yard. As you look for ways to safeguard your roof from further damage, consider our three keys for a wind resistant roof.
1. Proper Installation
As with almost any structural component of your home, proper installation is crucial. Our highly trained and experienced staff of roofers knows that proper shingle installation requires optimal weather conditions, use of correct tools, and the application of specific roofing knowledge. If you find shingles blown off the roof, our roofing team is prepared to offer you a helping hand with the proper tools and know-how to install a more wind resistant roof.
2. Quality Materials
When selecting roofing shingles, most homeowners are faced with a range of options and little to no knowledge about the pros and cons of each type. Our knowledgeable Frisco roofers will take the time to explain the differences between a variety of shingles to help you understand factors like:
- Wind Resistance
Choosing the best quality of roofing materials is critical in building a roof that can withstand wind and hold up in a large storm.
3. Replacement of Old Shingles
After a large storm, many homeowners have shingles blown off the roof but fail to do anything about it. The longer a roof sits with missing shingles, the more likely the roof will suffer serious damage from water, heat or outdoor debris. As you look to make your roof more wind resistant, call 972-731-7663 to talk to our roofers at Peak Roofing Systems about replacing old shingles and making your roof more resilient against the wind and storms in your area.