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SOURCE: K-Tech Roofing
After a recent hail storm, K-Tech Roofing offers repair tips.
Midlothian, TX (PRWEB) February 22, 2013
During the week of January 29, North Texas was hit with severe weather as a warm front brought tornado warnings and storms. According to WFAA in Dallas, hail began to fall and winds were up to 50mph. K-Tech Roofing, a roofing contractor in Dallas since 1990, wants to warn homeowners that hail can do much more damage to roofs than people realize.
Hail can do a lot of damage to a roof, but some of the signs can be undetectable at first. The first obvious clues are indentations in the shingles, metal vents, and flues, or holes. Something homeowners can fail to notice is if their gutters have asphalt granule accumulation from the hail hitting the shingles and causing pieces of the shingle to break off. If the corners of the shingles appear to be broken or jagged, it can also be a sign of hail damage.
Hail is not the only culprit for damage to a roof, extreme weather conditions like ice, snow, and wind can do damage as well. K-Tech can help homeowners look for signs of damage, and encourages homeowners to get damages repaired quickly, before they can worsen and lead to bigger issues. A roof is a big investment and having it repaired properly will save time and money in the long run.
About the company:
K-Tech roofing Company has been repairing and replacing damaged roofs in the Dallas, Houston and surrounding communities since 1990. As a roofer with decades of experience, customers will find that they take pride in their craftsmanship and quality. They work closely with customers to ensure their satisfaction is guaranteed. Whether its residential or commercial roofing projects, quality, durability, and attention to detail always meets their high standards.
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