Houston Hurricane 🌀 Tornado Season 2020

is your roof ready for Hurricane and Tornado Season 2020?

It’s about that time of the year again. The Severe Weather Report Summary for the year shows that we have already had more than 90+ tornadoes sightings, 550+ hail reports and over 600+ strong wind reports.

Yes, June 1st to November 30th is officially hurricane season. These are the months when these damaging yet predictable storms are most frequent for Houston. However, shouldn’t something be said about the unannounced tornadoes? The late spring months are when the tornadoes usually slow down but not for Texas!

Strangely, the Texas Panhandle usually observes the most tornadoes in the months of June, July, and August. This is because those jet streams like to move north and west and Texas usually gets more energy.

Have You Repaired Your Roof For Severe Weather?

No one needs a tornado or damaging storm to hit their house and there are steps that can be taken in order to prevent permanent damage. You want to make sure your house can always stand up against damaging winds and hail.

On the off chance that it’s an EF5 tornado you’re confronting, there’s not a lot to be done, however is your roof prepared to withstand the winds of littler tornadoes or storms? 

There are some basic approaches to ensure it is. By maintaining your roof’s uprightness consistently, you won’t need to be as stressed over your roof when you hear there’s a threat of serious climate around your neighborhood.

Have you identified any potential roof problems?

You should check your roof thoroughly to know if it is prepared for tornado and hurricane season. Some homes are lucky enough to have a true attic, if you do then you can do a visible inspection from the inside of your house by:

  • Looking out for any noticeable leaks
  • Looking out for any signs of loose nails or screwing
  • Looking out for any kind of wood rot or deterioration

After that, you can do an outer inspection for similar issues such as uplifted or loose shingles. Basically, if you spot anything that looks weird, you need to call the professionals like Par5 Roofing & Construction.

Is It Time To Upgrade Your Houston Roof?

If you need additional protection for your roof during this Texas hurricane and tornado season, you might need to consider having hurricane ties introduced. Hurricane lashes are intended to withstand at least 300 pounds of elevating pressure, much the same as you’d see with tornado-power winds.

These ties work by strengthening the bond between your roof and your dividers, making it harder for the weight made by strong winds to annihilate your roof. Some new homes may as of now make them depend, on your nearby construction laws. Hurricane ties can be confused to introduce thus, on the off chance that you might want them introduced on your roof. Contact Par 5 Roofing and Construction, your certified roofer.

In the event that you think that you have any problems with your roof, then call or email us to get a full assessment!

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