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Did the Storm Damage Your Roof?

Heavy precipitation, strong winds, thunderstorms, snow, and hail are all possible during storm season in Weatherford, TX. Leaks, broken shingles, and missing flashing are just some of the problems that can result from your roof being damaged by the elements. If a storm causes damage to your roof, don't wait to get in touch with Fortis Roofing Systems. Damage to your roof from a storm can be a major hassle, and we get that. Fortis Roofing Systems will repair your roof efficiently and effectively, reducing potential dangers and expenses. You can rely on us to deliver trustworthy storm damage repairs, such as a patch or new shingles. To have your roof evaluated, call us at (817) 576-8797.

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At Fortis Roofing Systems, we provide storm damage roof repair services in Weatherford, TX. We’re experts in all types of weather damage. When the wind speed is high enough, it can tear the shingles right off your roof. There is a correlation between the age of a roof and its vulnerability to wind damage. A poorly installed roof is more vulnerable to wind damage. Hail is a serious problem that can compromise the safety of your roof. Hail can leave visible damage on your roof at times, but more often it just leaves dings and holes that aren't immediately noticeable. These flaws can become major issues if they go undetected for a number of storm cycles. As the most common form of storm-related roof damage, rain can cause significant problems. Leaks, rotting, mold, and other water-related issues can all be caused by rain seeping into cracks. Roofing is especially susceptible to water damage if it is old or hasn't been maintained for some time. Water damage from snow occurs for the same reasons that rain does. Sometimes snow can be quite heavy, putting additional stress on your roof and increasing the risk of cracks, sagging, and other structural damage. Some of the water from melting snow could refreeze and form ice along the roof's edges. Icicles and ice dams are the results of a buildup of frozen water, which prevents snow from melting off your roof and thus reduces its lifespan while increasing the risk of damage.

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We will inspect the damage carefully to determine the best course of action, and we will perform any immediate repairs that are possible. If you're filing an insurance claim, we're happy to provide a detailed report complete with before and after photos to support your claim. If your roof needs more extensive work, we'll get you an estimate and set up a time to come back as soon as possible. There will be no surprises when it comes to the final cost. When you sign a contract with us to replace your roof, we'll fix any leaks for free until the installation of your new roof is finished.

Storms are always a possibility, as we all know. We're available around the clock for urgent repairs in Weatherford, TX. You can count on us to be there for you whenever you need us, whether that's on the weekend or in the middle of the night. To have your roof evaluated, call us at (817) 576-8797.


Our service area includes but is not limited to what is listed below, we help clients all across Texas.

Parker County

Weatherford, Aledo, Brock, Hudson Oaks, Willow Park, Springtown, Azle, Millsap, Peaster

Palo Pinto County

Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto, Possum Kingdom, Gordon, Mingus, Santo, Strawn, Graford

Hood County

Granbury, Cresson, DeCordova, Pecan Plantation, Tolar, Lipan,

Tarrant County

Fort Worth, Benbrook, Burleson, Lake Worth, Southlake, Trophy Club, White Settlement, Richland Hills, Westlake, Crowley, Cleburne, Bedford

Erath County


Denton County

Denton, Argyle, Carrollton, Frisco, Flower Mound, Justin, The Colony, Roanoke, Lake Dallas


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