The weeks in late spring and throughout the summer are the worst for storms in North Texas. It is recommended that you get your property checked prior to this time to prepare for the upcoming storm season. The roof of a property is the most important area to assess when it comes pre-storm inspections. Call Daltex Contractors, the top roofing contractor Plano TX, prior to this time of the year to have them come out and inspect your roof.
If your roof is already leaking, you need repairs made, and you need them made right away! Do not wait to have your roof looked at if you are experiencing leaking on the inside. Call Daltex Contractors for emergency roofing, (972) 517-2571. You may qualify for a new roof if you have roof damage of this type. Our customer service staff can help you file the necessary paperwork to make a claim with your insurance company.
Plano is about 17 miles from Dallas and is just one of the places that we work as a roofing contractor Plano TX. We also handle roofing jobs in McKinney, Celina, Prosper, Coppell, Carrollton, Frisco, Allen, Little Elm. We’ve also begun handling jobs in Flower Mound, Lewisville, and Highland Village. We are licensed general contractors with over 25 years of combined experience.
Top Roofing Contractor Plano TX
Need your roof checked out or looking to get an estimate on a new roof installation? We’d love to help you! We offer roofing Plano TX, both in the residential and commercial sector. Our experienced roofers can come out and assess the damages that you might have, or just advise you of the current state of your roof. If you have damages from the storms, we can help you file an insurance claim with your insurance company, for roofing repair.
This 2018 North Texas storm season is not yet over, however when we look at last year’s figures, you can see how important it is to get your roof checked and inspected for damages prior to the season, and after bad storms move through your neighborhood. In 2017, Plano received about 23 different hail storms during the worst of the season. That’s a tremendous amount in just 12 short weeks.
When you consider that with most of these terrible storms, you’ll see a fair amount of hail, some hail stones that size of the palm of your hand, you can imagine just how much damage that they can do to your home and your roof. Hail of this size can really create problems! It typically dents aluminum siding, gutters, and even asphalt shingles. When it becomes as a large as the size of a ball, such as a golf ball, or baseball sized hall, it can puncture through your roof. Most hail stones are not perfectly smooth and round, therefore they can really cut through tough surfaces in a few minutes.