Wednesday, February 27, 2013

High Winds Damage Neighborhood Roofs

Neighbors cleaning up after Monday’s high winds have noticed displaced and damaged shingles here in Hidden Springs Ranch. Taking a few moments to examine your roofs and replacing damaged/missing shingles can save big repair bills.

According to the weather service, sustained winds in Dripping Springs exceeded 30mph for several hours and wind gusts peaked at 44mph. These conditions are sufficient to damage composite shingle roofs and neighbors have notice displaced and damaged shingles in the neighborhood.

Once shingles damage begins, additional winds and rain can quickly increase the cost of repairs. February and March are among the windiest months in the Hill Country and neighbors are encouraged to examine their roofs to determine if they have damaged or missing shingles.

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