Emergency Roof Tarping and Board-Up Service

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Emergency Roof Tarping and Board-Up Service

Emergency roof tarping and board-ups are usually the first steps one takes after a fire has left the house damaged. They serve as temporary covers and can protect your property against additional damage. Additionally, your insurance company requires you to take steps to mitigate your loss. Consequently, tarp installation prevents additional damage and will protect your home until it is completely repaired.

What is Emergency Roof Tarping?

If you have a large fire at your home, there’s a good chance you have been left with a damaged roof. Flames may have burned through the roof. Or firefighters punched holes in the roof to let smoke and heat escape. Roof tarping provides temporary relief while the pros inspect the roof to gauge the damage and identify the repairs needed. Indeed, a fire can weaken the entire structure of your house including the roof. Therefore, you need professionals to prevent any further damage. Our team offers emergency roof tarping services that involve securing strong and large tarps over the damaged area. These are nailed to the remaining shingles and framing. this will protect against a roof leak and additional damage to your home. We must mention that this is a temporary solution and you will eventually need to remove tarps and repair the damage.

Emergency Roof Tarping: The Process

The process involves selecting from a variety of tarp insulation types. The right option depends on weather conditions and the time of the year. Next, we will remove debris and clean the roof so we can install tarps. Moreover, we may click photos of the roof for insurance claims purposes. In addition, we will identify shingles and areas that are strong enough to hold the tarps. The process can take a few days to complete.

What is a Board Up Service?

Board-up services are needed to protect your house after disasters such as fires, floods, etc. Consequently, the process involves covering damaged openings, including doors and windows, with plywood. This is needed because fires can cause the glass to break and doors to have holes. Consequently, this puts your house at greater risk of additional damages. Board-up services are effective in keeping vandals out and preventing further damage. Furthermore, board-up services are covered by your homeowners’ insurance (as is tarping). It also shows your insurance carrier you took precautions to prevent additional damage.

Who Needs Emergency Roof Tarping and Board-Up Services?

Emergency tarping is needed in situations where your roof has been damaged. It can be due to fires, ice, water, vandalism, etc. For instance, fires can cause shingles to become loose and shift or break. Plus, holes and openings can put your property at greater risk. In short, the tarping can protect your home from water damage while you wait for the roof repair company to fix the roof. Homeowners and business owners will need emergency roof tarping if their roof has been damaged for any reason. Also, they will need board-up services if a fire caused damage to the windows and doors of your home or business. Of course, the fire department does a very important job of putting off fires. However, it will not do anything to remove smoke odors and protect your roof or doors. In fact, the water used to put off fires can cause structural damage. Therefore, you will need a fire damage restoration company to remove debris, smoke, and water and restore your property.

We’re Here to Serve You

You need a professional firm that offers fire damage restoration services. At Del Mar, we take the restoration process very seriously and will work to repair the damage to your house. Moreover, we will restore your property to the condition it was in before the fire.

In closing, we’re a fire damage restoration company that restores damaged homes and much more. Call us today at 1 (800) 298-0900 to learn more about our fire damage restoration services.

We are available 365 days a year and can help you.

By Holly Kelsven | June 15, 2022 | News

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