Towson Roofing Pros Urges Baltimore Homeowners to be Proactive with Their Roofs as Hurricane Season Fast Approaches

June 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Towson, MD - Towson Roofing Pros is advising Baltimore homeowners to take steps now to prepare their home’s roof for the upcoming hurricane season. They are doing this because they know that each year across the Eastern Seaboard of the USA several hurricanes make landfall. When these hurricanes hit, the damage they cause to homes and buildings can be devastating, to say the least. One of the most vulnerable areas for hurricane damage on any Baltimore home is its roof, especially if someone’s roof is not currently in good condition. That’s why this Towson and Baltimore area roofing contractor recommends replacing a roof now if a homeowner has a roof that is old or in a state of disrepair.

Those Towson Roofing Pros advise that there are many ways a person can tell if their roof is in need of replacement. These can include visible signs of a roof aging such as large areas of worn out or missing roofing material. An old roof may also have areas where its shingles are uneven or severely bubbling up. Visible rotting on soffits and other exposed support structure may also be a sign of bigger problems under shingles, tile or other roofing materials. It may even be a case where the homeowner knows that their roof has not been reroofed in the last 15 – 20 years

Of course, the company advises that having a trained professional look at a roof is the best way to tell if someone’s roof is ready for the high winds and battering rain that hurricane season can sometimes bring to the Baltimore area. They themselves often send out their most experienced roofing techs to do free roofing inspections on homes in Baltimore and the vicinity. These experienced roofing experts are great at spotting roofs that are very susceptible to damaging hurricane conditions.

Once an expert looks at a roof on a Baltimore home, they will further advise the owner as to the appropriate course of action to help make their home as hurricane proof as possible. This could be anything from replacing a few shingles that seem loose to having an entire roof replacement done. They may even tell the homeowner that their Baltimore home’s roof is in great shape at the current time.

Towson Roofing Pros offers these free roofing inspections because they know that it’s important for a person to understand the current condition of their roof. They realize this is an essential first step when it comes to helping a customer make decisions and prepare budgets regarding a necessary roof repair or replacement.

Those at Towson Roofing Pros also realize that replacing an entire roof can be a big expenditure on for any person. That’s why they have a staff in place that will do everything they can to help someone prepare in advance for this expense. This includes supplying a customer with an accurate estimate that details the course of action they will take during any reroofing job that they do.

This is a roofing company that also does much more than just installing new roofs. All of their professional roofing services are described in more detail on their website at https://towsonroofingpros.business.site/. On the residential side of things, Towson Roofing Pros offers such home roofing services as roof replacements, shingled roof repairs, gutter replacements, and new skylight installation. Their commercial flat roof services include Rubber Flat Roofing and Torch Down Flat Roofing applications.

Their website also has some good roofing information for homeowners in the several blogs that can be found on their website. Some of their blog topics include ‘how a person can get the most out of their roofing budget’ and ‘the importance of getting a roofing inspection done’.

This roofing contractor services a wide area of Maryland that includes Towson, Baltimore and other nearby communities. That means Towson Roofing Pros currently has one of the largest roofing service coverage areas in Baltimore and the vicinity. For those that are wondering if they are in this roofing company’s service area, they can simply call them or look up their service area coverage map found on their website. A recent press release seen here at (https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/28821-professional-roofing-company-extends-their-services-to-lutherville-timonium) also stated that they were now offering their roofing services in the Lutherville-Timonium area too.

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For more information about Towson Roofing Pros, contact the company here:

Towson Roofing Pros
Towson Roofing Pros
(410) 489-1503
703 Kenilworth Dr Towson, MD 21204

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