How to Restore Your Home After the Storm

Published June 5, 2020
By Brandon Hamilton

A few days ago, tornadoes, hailstorms and flash floods caused extensive damage to hundreds of homes in the area. Recovering from this disaster will take time, but it’s not impossible. According to the leading exterior home contractors in the area, getting your home back in good condition is possible as long as you know what to do.

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Roofing Damage
Among the most damaged parts of the home during the recent storm is the roof. Shingles can get torn off by strong winds while flashings and gutters can get warped. Getting them fixed ASAP is crucial to preventing more damage, which is why our team of roofing experts stand ready to help restore your roof.

Siding Damage
Hailstorms and debris carried by strong winds caused extensive impact damage, exposing the wall’s more vulnerable components, such as the frame and insulation, aside from making the home look unsightly. Our team can repair minor cases of hailstorm damage or carry out new siding installation to restore the look and weather protection of your home.

Entry Doors
Entry doors have also taken a beating from the recent inclement weather, with surfaces scratched, dented or even punched through by hail. Strong winds can also cause older doors to strain at the frames while the heavy rain could cause moisture-related issues. Our experts recommend replacing entry doors that got heavily damaged by the storm.

Windows broken by impact damage not only compromise your home’s insulation and ventilation, but also pose a risk to people because of the cracked glass panes. Our team offers replacement window installation to help you make sure that your home stays draft-free and your household remains energy-efficient.

Let us help you get your home back in good condition. Lincoln Exterior Renovations is one of the most trusted roofing contractor in the area. You can call us at (403) 275-4871 or fill out our contact form to request a quote.

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