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Assessing Roof Damage After a Storm Is Tricky and Dangerous

Rainbow International of Mississauga & Halton
Publication date:
August 30, 2021
Article Summary: 

The article provides tips on assessing roof damage after a storm while avoiding danger. Climbing onto a roof can be risky, so it's safer to start with indoor inspections, checking for moisture and water leaks in the corners and around light fixtures. Going up to the attic can also help detect leaks and damage. Outdoor inspections can be done from the ground, looking for missing or damaged shingles, debris, and fallen materials. The article also warns against other dangers such as walking or driving through standing water, touching downed power lines, and clearing debris without protective clothing. If damage is suspected, it is recommended to call a professional for assistance


storm damage, roof damage, indoor inspections, outdoor inspections, safety, water leaks, debris, professional assistance.

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Rainbow International of Mississauga & Halton
Assessing Roof Damage After a Storm Is Tricky and Dangerous
August 30, 2021
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