Structural damage can be a variety of things, it can focus on preserving and improving an existing residence or attempting to eliminate a health or safety issue. Below are examples of type of repairs:
- Address electrical or plumbing issues
- Repair or replace your roof
- Structural or foundation issues
- Repairs that eliminate exterior deterioration, including siding and exterior paint, dry rot.
- Energy conservation measures including attic and exterior wall insulation, window replacements, storm doors & windows, etc.
- Improved accessibility for disabled individuals including the installation of ramps, accessible showers, grab bars, etc., and reconfiguration of framing.
In a windstorm with 50 MPH winds, your roof can suffer damage, including to your shingles, which are part of the protection system in your roof’s design, gutters, flashing, and vents. Fallen tree limbs can result in broken fences, damaged patios and hail can cause damage as well.
Your home has sustained water damage from flooding or leak it should be addressed as soon as possible. Mold can start to grow in the right conditions in as little as 24 hours. The type of water damage will be important, does the water contain waste, bacteria or other serious contaminants.