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Have You Ever Needed Flood Restoration After a Storm Strikes in Columbia Falls?

7/21/2021 (Permalink)

hail damaged roof Wind and Hail Storms Can Damage Your Columbia Falls Roof. Call SERVPRO for Emergency Board Up and Restoration

SERVPRO can help you repair things like a leaking roof from storms in Columbia Falls

During the late spring and summer seasons, Montana often sees heavy rainstorms that come in fast. And sometimes, these vicious storms can bring with them large-sized chunks of hail. The hail can fall from the sky quickly and cause damage to your home, vehicle, and other elements on your property. If large pieces of hail hit your roof, it could damage shingles and cause your roof to leak.

When dealing with flood damage in Columbia Falls, our SERVPRO technicians know that a roof leak can cause damage to your ceiling, walls, and possibly even your floors. When dealing with ceiling leaks, the first step we take is to use penetrating and non-penetrating meters to determine which of your building materials got affected. Once we know where the water went, we can conduct the following services:

  • Repair leaking roofs from storms or hail
  • Ceiling repairs from water damages
  • Water damage restoration
  • Water removal services
  • Flood restoration

If your ceilings got saturated because of your roof leak, we might have to remove portions of your ceiling. Once your ceiling cavity gets opened up, we can then use air movers to dry out your roof trusses. Depending on how wet your walls got, we can save them by drilling holes in the drywall and using an injection drying system to push air into the wall cavities.

If your roof ever starts to leak after a hailstorm strikes your neighborhood, call SERVPRO of Flathead County at (406) 300-0435.

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