Wind storms can topple trees, rip off roofs, cause patio furniture to land in pools or neighboring yards and cause major damage en route. Hail storms can cause severe structural damage or even puncture holes in siding. Stutters has seen many storms with damaging results over the past 30 years. This is why we have an equipped team of experienced, action-oriented restoration technicians that can make all the difference by giving you the peace-of-mind and security you need.
Wind is the number one cause of storm damage. Anytime your home or property has been through a storm or strong wind, you should do a survey of your property to check for any not-so-obvious signs of damage. These could range from missing shingles on your roof, siding torn off the house, metal fascia missing or a few pieces of missing soffit. This type of damage can potentially go unnoticed for weeks or months, causing more damage later on. Regardless of how long it takes you to notice the damage, it will need to be addressed.
Hail can do tremendous damage to your home and property. As is the case with wind damage, you should always assess your property for damages after extreme weather conditions (such as hail). Upon inspection, you may find denting on soft metal surfaces, cracking or denting of wood siding, or exterior window panes have been knocked loose from their wooden frames. It is also wise to perform a visual inspection of your roof after a nasty storm, this can be done simply by walking around your property and looking up. If you happen to notice any damage, call Stutters Disaster Kleenup and we will come and assess the damage for you.
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