Anyone who lives in Indiana can tell you, we know storms! High winds, hail, lightning strikes, and flooding all cause damage to homes and properties across the state each year. Late spring is a good time to give your house a once-over for storm damage. Below is a preliminary list of things to inspect around your property. While some damage is obvious, other issues are harder to notice at first glance. If you suspect problems, call your insurance company or general contractor to arrange for damage restoration.

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Roofing and Siding

Roofs and siding often bear the brunt of most storms. Look for: 

  • Cracked, torn, or missing shingles
  • Damaged downspouts or gutters
  • Debris-filled gutters containing gritty granules from shingles
  • Cracked or loose materials around the chimney, pipes, and vents
  • Damaged fascia
  • Structural damage from fallen tree limbs
  • Missing pieces of siding
  • Buckling in the siding
  • Peeling paint or finishes

Windows and Doors

Around windows and doors, you’ll want to pay attention to:

  • Cracked or chipped glass
  • Peeled caulking
  • Broken door hinges, or problems opening and closing

Foundation and Basement

Extreme rain and flooding mainly affect the basement. Watch for:

  • Pooling water around the home’s foundation
  • Dampness or evidence of water in the basement or crawl space
  • Discoloration on ceilings and walls that could indicate water or mold

If you’re in the unfortunate position of needing storm-damage restoration services for your home, call the reliable professionals at Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services, Inc. at (317) 848-7634. No matter whether you’ve hired us for damage restoration, roofing needs, basement refinishing, or other projects, you can trust our superior workmanship and service from start to finish. Contact us to schedule a free consultation for home remodeling in Fishers, Carmel, Noblesville, Westfield, Zionsville, or anywhere else on the north side of Indianapolis. We’ll help take the stress out of any restoration or remodeling job.

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