Roof Hail Damage Repair, Ballantyne, NC

We’re happy to perform roof hail damage repair as an affordable alternative to replacement.

When a heavy storm hits the Ballantyne, North Carolina area, homeowners may be worried about the damage caused to their structures. Hailstones can vary widely in size, and larger ones are known to leave significant damage to roofing materials and other exterior elements. They form inside the updrafts of thunderstorms, often falling at a significant rate of speed. Unfortunately, the extent of the damage caused by hailstones may not be immediately visible.

Roof Hail Damage Repair in Ballantyne, North Carolina

After your home has faced such a situation, contact us at Universal Home Solutions to schedule an inspection of your roof. We’ll take this opportunity to look closely at the entire surface, determining how much damage was caused and what needs to happen next.

Roof hail damage repair is often a viable option, particularly when only a portion of the surface has been affected. When the rest of your roofing materials are still in good condition, we’re happy to perform roof hail damage repair as an affordable alternative to replacement. We work with most major insurance companies, and we’ll take care of the work as efficiently as possible to ensure your safety.

It’s important to move forward with roof hail damage repair as soon as the storm has passed. Failing to do so could put the entire structure, including its interior, at risk of ongoing moisture damage and the issues associated with it. For example, mold often grows where excess moisture is present, which can impact your health and well-being. Prompt hail damage repairs can prevent mold growth and other moisture-related issues.

Contact us with questions or to schedule an inspection at your home.

At Universal Home Solutions, we offer roof hail damage repair services in Matthews, Ballantyne, Charlotte, Cotswold, Dilworth, Harrisburg, Indian Trail, Marvin, Mint Hill, Monroe, Myers Park, Pineville, South Charlotte, South Park, Waxhaw, Weddington, and Wesley Chapel, North Carolina.