Ice Damage Roof Repair

While Texas can handle a lot, most current roofing systems in Texas are not designed to handle ice and snow.
Schedule a time to discuss with a roofing expert today before the leaks begin.
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Why Is Ice So Damaging To Texas Roofs

An ice dam is caused by the freezing and thawing of snow on a roof, leading to ice buildup and interior leaks. Ice dams are the single greatest cause of snow damage to roofs and home interiors. In Texas, most roofs are not weatherized for deep freezes, like they are further north.

Ice dams form when heat escapes a home through the roof, that heat melts a layer of snow, and this process of repeated thawing and refreezing of water causes ice dams. Ice dams cause roof damage but they are only the beginning. Left untreated, water damage can occur on both the exterior and interior of the home, leading to structure issues and wood rot. 

2 Big Reasons To Call Us Right Now About Your Roof

Texas homes are built to take a beating from heat, high winds, hail, and rain. But, the winter storm we’ve experienced in 2021 wasn’t something that home builders or current code regulations planned for, which is why it’s wreaking havoc across our state. The damages are comparable to a hurricane.

Roofs With Insufficient Protection

In Texas, ice & water shields are only placed in roof valleys, which is usually sufficient. But, the sustained freezing cycles left unprecedented amounts of ice and snow sitting on the unprotected areas of your roof for too long.

Ice Dams

Ice dams cause deeper levels of damage to your roof and the internal structure of your home because they block your roof’s ability to drain liquid as it usually would. The longer that water stays on the roof, the worse the damage.
The combination of weight, freezing water expansion & contraction and melt-water damage means a simple re-roofing project could turn into millions in damages.

Free Emergency Roof Inspection for Ice & Water Damage

Due to the unprecedented number of impacted buildings, appointments for inspections & repairs/replacements are filling up fast.

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Depend on Commercial Roofs Of Texas For Ice Damage Roof Repairs

There’s been a lot of bad weather lately and Commercial Roofs of Texas wants to make sure you know what options you have at your disposal, to make sure your buildings are protected from ice damage now and melt water damage later.

Since we are able to get approval from most insurance companies, we have been able to help hundreds of business owners make sure their roof is replaced with the highest quality replacement in the industry at no cost to the owner, using 4 main steps.

1. our manufacturer-certified roofing experts inspect your roof.

2. our inspection experts will put together a diagnostic report.

3. we provide you with the information you need for your insurance claim and we prepare you to speak with your insurance company.

4. we will work with your insurance company directly if needed

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