Discover the unparalleled quality and reliability of Origin Construction’s warranty-backed services when it comes to storm damages.
Residential Storm Services
At Origin Construction, we deliver exceptional storm services and innovative solutions. Our professional and adaptable approach guarantees swift and effective solutions, supported by meticulous assessments and outstanding craftsmanship. With a strong emphasis on higher standards and client satisfaction, we offer peace of mind through our prompt storm inspections. Choose Origin Construction for all your storm-related needs and witness the excellence. Higher standards begin here.
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We put in dedicated effort for our clients, and the results are evident. Whether it’s about replacing roofs, conducting repairs, performing inspections, or addressing emergencies, our team is consistently available to guide you every step of the way.
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We will schedule a free inspection for your roof, windows, and gutters.
Our estimates are transparent and clear, and our team is always here to walk you through your project.
Insured and Warranties
Origin is fully insured and provides warranties for their projects.
Signs of storm damage
Shingles that have cracks or peeling are at major risk of ripping off once wind speeds exceed 60 miles per hour. Although roofing manufacturers cover severe winds in their warranty, the estimated wind speed a roof can endure is based on a new, well-maintained roof.
Visible Water Infiltration
Most visible leaks that penetrate through to the ceiling of the building are the direct result of wind damage. In these cases, both the shingles and the roof underlayment are compromised, allowing water to flood into the attic or the upper rooms of the building.
Missing or Hail-Damaged Shingles
Hail damage can result in the immediate loss of shingles, even if they intact before the storm started. Even if shingles are still present, they may require replacement. Look for cracks and dents with a characteristic round shape showing the location of impact.
Visible Granule Loss
Some granule loss is common, especially with a brand new roof. With storm damage, granule loss is found in characteristic horizontal lines. This indicates where the shingle seal is broken. Granules rub off as shingles flap in the wind and come into contact with other surfaces.
Any loose debris you notice around your home – such as yard waste, outdoor furniture, and so on – could indicate something struck your roof during high winds. Clear debris away as soon as you can to minimize risk and look for characteristic broken shingle patterns to assess impacts.
Clogged Gutters and Downspouts
After a storm, clogged gutters should be cleaned out as soon as possible. Water drains from a broken gutter directly down into the foot of the building. In time, this can erode the foundation and make the structure unsafe. Check all gutters and downspouts for bending and dislocation.
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