Roof Damage Restoration from Storms in Gainesville, FL

Storms can create long-lasting damages to your roof. The main sources of damage during storms are hailstorms, high winds, heavy rainfall, and falling debris. In Florida, hurricane season runs from June through November, with the peak months being August, September, and October.

These storms might not always leave visible damages to your roof but you must inspect your roof for possible leakages and dents to be on the safe side. However, you must be very careful while inspecting your rooftop after a storm. That is why it is better to leave the task to professionals who have years of experience in handling roof damages caused by these storms.

At Dreyer's DKI, we provide comprehensive restoration services when your roof sustains storm damages in GainesvilleOcalaLake CityAlachuaand other cities within our North Florida service area

Roof damage by a storm

Our services include storm, water, and fire damage restoration, along with mold remediation and disinfecting services as well. Call us at 352-403-0085 or fill out the contact form for a free estimation of our services.

How Dreyer's DKI Restores Damaged Roofs in Florida

If you feel your roof needs repair and restoration after a storm, Dreyer's DKI is prepared to help you with the aftermath of storms. We have been providing emergency response services for hailstorms, hurricanes, and other stormes for decades.

Our professionally trained team has been satisfying customers for years in North Florida. While damages caused by storms could take a long time to get fixed, our team is here for your service 24/7 to help your return to your normal life in the shortest time. We will clean up the debris, fix dents, and inspect damages that you might miss out on. Once the mess is cleaned up, we will plan for the repair and restoration and inform you about the vital issues before fixing it up.

Signs That Can Help You Identify Storm Damages to Your Roof

  • Missing Shingles: Hailstorms can damage shingles completely. Inspect for dents and cracks because a replacement might be needed.
  • Ice Dams: Poorly maintained shingle roofs are inclined to ice dams.
  • Water Pools: Look for areas where water is clogged after a storm, chances are, the surrounding area might have been affected causing the clot.
  • Noticeable Granule Loss: While losing some granules during a storm is normal, look for areas where the loss is noticeably huge, indicating shingles damage during heavy wind. 

Rely on Dreyer's DKI to Restore Your Roof in Ocala, Lake City & Alachua, FL

At Dreyer''s DKI, our emergency response teams are standing on a 24/7 /365 basis when you suffer roof damage from a major storm at your home or business in AlachuaGainesvilleOcalaLake Cityand other cities within our North Florida service area. When you need our help, contact us online or give us a call at 352-403-0085 for more information.