Expert Roof Damage Repair
Roofs are the most commonly damaged part of a home or business in hailstorms. A damaged shingle may allow water to seep through the roof causing additional damage to the roof deck, support structure, interior walls, or windows, and costly damages and many insurance policies have strict time limits on submitting claims an cause leaking, staining on walls and flooding inside your home. Leaking roofs lead to mold, which is a health hazard, so it’s in your best interest to act fast after hailstorms and start the repairs process, if necessary. If in fact you do have damage to warrant insurance involvement, we will help you throughout the entire claims process by: It’s as easy as 1-2-3.
Stateside specializes in Roof Damage from Hail, Wind, Snow and falling Trees. Over the past few years we’ve seen tremendous damage from huge snowstorms to hurricanes, tornados and tropcial storms. With massive storms and snowfalls we’ve learned to how handle emergency situations to get our clients safe and back in their homes as quickly as possible. If you’ve suffered roof damage from a storm – please call us immediately.
- August 28, 2011- Hurricane Irene left 706,000 people without power in Eastern Pennsylvania. Hurricane Irene brought lashing rain and wind gusts of up to 54 mph at the Philadelphia International Airport. Irene also brought winds of nearly 70 mph along the coast and 40 to 60 mph inland. The storm left five people dead in the state.
- September 5, 2011- The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee brought over 6 to 10 inches of rain in Pennsylvania, some areas over 14 inches. Lee’s leftovers spread into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, in some areas causing severe flooding, and record rainfalls throughout much of Eastern Pennsylvania.
- October 29-30 2012- Hurricane Sandy brought over 7 inches in Southern Pennsylvania. It as well took the lives of 16 people. Over 1.2 million people had no power throughout the whole state. Hurricane Sandy caused severe damage throughout the whole area.
- June 7, 2013- Tropical Storm Andrea affects South-Eastern Pennsylvania with rainfall around 1-3 inches in Bucks, Montgomery, and other southern counties in the state.