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ARE YOU SURE YOUR ROOF HAS ESCAPED THE RECENT STORMS UNSCATHED?

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 by Suzie Elliott


Weather can cause all kinds of issues for roofs and gutters. Unfortunately, after most severe weather events, unless the damage is obvious, very few people examine the roofs of their homes or businesses. This is a mistake that could cost you a lot of money in the long run.

So far this summer, the Minneapolis-St. Paul area has received above-average rainfall, including several severe storms that included high winds and hail.  This makes increased awareness of your roof’s condition more important than ever.

Any kind of weather – rain, snow, hail, sleet or high winds – has the potential to cause roof damage. Some roof damage is easy to spot, like fallen trees or shingles blown off.  But not all roof damage caused by severe weather is easy to see. Some damage can be completely hidden from casual observation, but can cause problems later under the roof or in the interior of the building.

Now is the time to contact NMC Exteriors & Remodeling for a free, no-obligation inspection of your roof.  Our trained professionals will go up on your roof, and even into your attic if necessary, to determine whether any damage has occurred and provide you with an honest assessment.  If damage is found, we’ll present you with a recommendations for repair or replacement and explain some the options that are available to you. NMC even has insurance professionals on staff to assist you in filing an insurance claim.

A well-designed roof will last for years but even the best designed roofs can take a pounding from storms and other severe weather. Take the time to get a roof inspection today and be ready when the next big storm hits.

To schedule your free inspection or for more information about our services call NMC Exteriors & Remodeling today at 763-260-8537

 

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14505 21st Ave N Suite 226
Plymouth, MN 55447
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