People in Houston, Pearland, and other surrounding areas dodged a bullet when Hurricane Hanna shifted ever so slightly southwest not too long ago. Unfortunately, their neighbors in Corpus Christi weren't quite so lucky. The storm brought plenty of wind and rain that damaged houses/businesses and flooded streets. Our hearts go out to home and business owners that experienced such issues, as we are all too familiar with destructive hurricanes, tropical storms, and tropical depressions.
Plus, all of this stuff happened to them with COVID-19 wreaking havoc on Texas. One can only imagine how difficult that is. With all that being said, proprietors with businesses in surrounding areas that avoided Hurricane Hanna may want to have their commercial roofs inspected because the next named storm might not miss. New forecasts have predicted that the Atlantic Hurricane Season is just getting started. 2020 has already produced nine named storms, and now there is expected to be as many as 25.
Don't Be Forced To Fight Water From The Top And Bottom
It is not uncommon for Pearland and other cities along the gulf coast to flood when hurricanes and tropical storms roll into town. Heck, for that matter, here, it is not uncommon for flooding to happen after regular everyday thunderstorms. The point is that most Texas proprietors, unfortunately, are used to dealing with that issue. However, if an organization's roof begins leaking during one of the events, personnel will have to deal with water rising at the base of the building, as well as it leaking in from the top. So, much for moving things like computers up to the second floor because roof leaks can ruin them.
Schedule An Inspection To Make Sure Your Commercial Roof Is In Tip-Top Shape
Our organization has 45-years of combined experience. We have the know-how to detect commercial roof problems early on so that they can get fixed before catastrophe strikes. No project is too big, small, or too complicated. Proprietors who take action now can find weak spots in their building's roofs and avoid drips later on. Thus, if you are a commercial building owner in Houston or nearby places, don't hesitate to call. Our technicians can inspect your roof and get it in tip-top shape before the Atlantic gets busy again.
Waiting Could Prove To Be A Mistake
As mentioned earlier, computers and other office equipment can sustain damages when roof leaks occur. It is also possible for building materials like drywall, carpeting, ceiling tiles, insulation, and more to become damaged when commercial roofs. Business owners can find themselves out of lots of money in a hurry paying for repairs and replacements. The out-of-pocket expenses can be devastating to their budgets, and so much so that they could run into financial hardships. So, please don't delay. Instead, contact our office to schedule a consultation today and avoid troubles.
Does your commercial roof need to be inspected? If so, give Gulf Tex Roofing and Services a call.