Commercial Roof Repair Contractor in Charleston, SC to Fix Hurricane Ian Damage

Commercial Roofing & Restoration

Disaster Response Team

Sep 29, 2022

The hurricane Ian damage inflicted on Charleston, South Carolina, stunned the country after the tropical cyclone powered up over the Atlantic Ocean before barreling across the seaside city. Commercial property owners require prompt emergency roof repair to stop leaks from causing further water damage. Now that the Category 1 storm has passed and roads are operational, RestoreMasters hurricane damage restoration contractors are on the scene.

Our emergency roof repair teams monitored the hurricane Ian track and made advanced preparations to truck-in vital equipment and materials to perform shrink wrap roofing and tarping. Property owners who sustained hurricane Ian damage are urged to call the roof repair office in Greenville, SC.

Commercial Roof Repair Charleston

Hurricane mapping indicates Ian made landfall in northern Charleston, driving winds over 75 mph. Flying debris, torn roofs, and structural damage mar business districts.

RestoreMasters hurricane damage restoration contractors have helped revitalize communities hit by tornados, hailstorms, and hurricanes along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts. From those efforts, we’ve established a reputation as a go-to commercial roof repair and replacement organization that overcomes adversity.

The seasoned professionals on our commercial roof repair crews handle complex roofing jobs throughout the nation. These emergency roofing teams have the skills and determination impacted communities need to expedite roof repairs. They can take on anything from small roof damage repairs to large tear-off and replacement roofing projects that require a hurricane contractor to oversee the entire process. View some of our past hurricane restoration project videos.

We have hurricane damage restoration contractors in the Charleston area prepared to restore buildings that took the brunt of hurricane Ian damage through the following services.

Emergency Roof Repair

A lead emergency roofer will identify any and all structural and roof wind damage. Then emergency roof repair strategies such as tarping or shirk wrap roofing can be implemented to prevent further losses. Our on-site emergency roof repair specialist may also recommend putting down a temporary overlay until a permanent fix is rendered.    

Hurricane Debris Removal

The piles of debris strewn about Charleston present a serious health and injury risk. That’s why our hurricane cleanup crews have the right workers and equipment to execute a thorough hurricane debris removal.

Water Removal

The standing pools or water and soaked building interiors only exacerbate the damage from hurricane Ian. Hazardous molds, insects, and water damage stem from these unhealthy conditions. 

RestoreMasters deploys state-of-the-art water removal equipment to siphons-off standing water and extracts moisture from the facility’s interior. Our certified water removal professionals ensure the building and grounds are dry before restoration begins.  

Building Restoration

Hurricane repair contractors know going in that the losses will involve more than roof storm damage. Items such as siding, doors, windows, gutters, porches, decks, and others, took damage from hurricane Ian.

RestoreMasters hurricane damage restoration contractors are backed by our national resources to repair, replace, or rebuild the entire facility if necessary. Our clients include hotels, resorts, condominiums, community associations, apartment complexes, churches, historical buildings, restaurants, retail, office, warehouse, industrial buildings, luxury homes, and many others.

The roof and structural damage across Charleston is reversible because our hurricane damage restoration contractors get the job done.

Wind Damage Hurricane Ian 2022-9-28 Charleston SC

Here are some Hurricane Ian images and videos of that were posted to social media:

Commercial Roof Replacement Charleston

The decision to opt for roof leak repair or replacement services is not always cut-and-dried. People in charge of office buildings, resorts, retail outlets, houses of worship, or industrial complexes do not necessarily have the insight of those who work in the construction trades.

To better assist property owners and managers, a certified roof repair contractor can inspect the damage from hurricane Ian. You received a comprehensive report documenting the building and roof wind damage. That, and a reliable estimate, will help you make an informed decision.

Asphalt Shingle Roof Repair

Roofing for Hurricane Damage

At RestoreMasters, we onboard talented commercial roof repair and replacement technicians. These hard-working emergency roofing specialists are a primary reason RestoreMasters earned a reputation as a national leader. Our boots-on-the-ground team members possess all the skills, knowledge, and resources to repair or replace the following roofing systems.

BUR Roofing

Commercial buildings with Built-Up roofing systems generally do well against severe weather. The damage from hurricane Ian proves the exception to that rule. If the upper layers or roof deck of your BUR system was hit hard, a commercial roof repair and replacement team can reverse the damage.

EPDM Roofing

Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) systems rank among the most cost-effective and robust flat roofs. Also referred to as “rubber roofs,” those in Charleston took significant damage from hurricane Ian. Our technicians handle EPDM roofing projects regularly.

Metal Roofing

Low cost and a long lifespan make metal roofing systems a preferred option. But the Category 1 winds caused missing roofing panels and impact damage. Our certified metal roof repair and installation specialists can seamlessly replace your metal roofing system.

Modified Bitumen Roofing

A modified bitumen roofing system involves multiple layers secured over insulation and a sturdy roof deck. If you suspect your modified bitumen roof suffered damage, a trained professional is needed to identify the source and make roof leak repairs before water damage proves costly.

PVC Roofing

The white flat roofs seen across warm-weather states are often PVC roofing systems. This light color deters harmful UV rays and keeps energy costs low. If your flat roof was damaged from hurricane Ian, replacing it with a PVC roofing system may be a good investment.

Shingle Roofing

Asphalt shingles are relatively inexpensive to install on sloped roofs. But Category 1 wind velocities tear them off. We have hurricane damage restoration contractors in the area to repair or replace shingle roofing systems. These certified professionals can also recommend a wind-resistant alternative.

Tile Roofing

The wide range of tile roofing products makes them an ideal choice. Sloped tile roofing systems emulate clay, slate, wood shingles, and other styles. The durable materials used to make tile roof products exceed others in their class.

TPO Roofing

Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) roofing consists of a single-ply roofing membrane, supported by a properly installed solid substrate. TPO roofing systems are tough, weather resistant, and a sound option for facilities that suffered damage in Charleston.

March 25, 2021 Tornado Damage

Signs You Might Need Roof Replacement

Resorts, condominiums, office buildings, and retail outlets left with evident roof leaks usually need prompt repairs. But commonly overlooked issues may point to a more significant problem. If you see any other the following conditions, schedule a roof inspection.

  • Sagging Roof Deck
  • Water Pooling on Flat Roof
  • Gutters Backed Up
  • Moisture Around Windows & Doors
  • Mold or Algae Growing on Roof
  • Missing Shingles or Tiles
  • Dents to Roofing Materials
  • Cracked Sealants Around HVAC Units
  • Damaged or Misaligned Flashing

Once drips begin to discolor ceilings, the rafters and structural elements have likely suffered water damage. By taking proactive measures to secure roof leaks now, tens of thousands in remediation costs can be avoided.

What a Disaster Zone Roofing Company Does

RestoreMasters monitored the storm and dispatched hurricane damage restoration contractors to the Greater Charleston area the moment the roads were cleared.

Our crews start the restoration process by securing a perimeter to prevent accidents or injuries. With a perimeter set, our hurricane debris removal and cleanup crews deal with the wreckage as emergency roof repair crews tarp or shrink wrap your building.

We perform an extensive building and roof inspection to document the damage from hurricane Ian. You receive a copy that can be used to support an insurance claim. We can also refer you to a public adjuster to help navigate the claims process and negotiate on your behalf.

The inspection report covers all aspects of hurricane Ian roof and property damage losses. Hurricane damage restoration contractors also provide a reliable quote and recommendations about next steps.

Our certified specialists are ready to repair the interior, replace or rebuild infrastructure, restore all building exterior including gutters, siding, windows, doors, and a wide range of roofing systems. When the construction is completed on time and on budget, everything will meet or exceed current South Carolina fire safety and building codes.

As nationally recognized hurricane repair contractors, our firm has amassed a team of experts, equipment, and all the resources necessary to implement emergency roofing strategies and complete every step in the disaster zone. Currently, RestoreMasters is also providing roofing and building restoration in Myrtle Beach, SC.

Tornadoes, hail, and even strong winds can cause severe wind damage to roofing systems. Some older roofs can sustain damage from only 50 mph winds. The intensity of roof damage is determined by various factors: the velocity and impact of flying debris, the quality of the original installation, the building height and location in relation to other buildings, the angle and shape of the roof, and the material used on the roof.

Getting a roof inspection & property damage assessment after severe weather like this is important for determining whether you need to address roof damage from hail or high winds. If roof leaks do occur, an experienced disaster roofing contractor can stop leaks with tarping or shrink wrapping, where affected areas (or the entire roof) are covered with a durable shrink-wrapped plastic membrane till permanent repairs can take place. That way you can prevent mold growth from water intrusion.
Even if you don't think your roof was damaged, you will want to get your roof inspected if your property falls anywhere within the hail damage map. Symptoms of storm damage problems do not always show up immediately. And insurance company deadlines could hinder your ability to file a claim later.
Emergency response crews are available to provide property owners with assistance in turnkey restoration services, as well as assistance with frozen pipe damage, window damage, siding damage, and roof damage.
Our clients include: schools, hospitals, hotels, churches, resorts, retail, warehouse, industrial, and other commercial properties as well as residential properties with hail or wind damage to tile roofing systems.
Give us a call today, if the building on your property recently was damaged from wind, fallen trees, hail, collapsed roof or any other storm-related damage.
March 25, 2021 Tornado DamageWe are RestoreMasters, a restoration contractor specializing in wind & hail damage roofing, providing storm damage restoration services including: disaster response, commercial and industrial roofing, tile roof repair, emergency roof repair with tarp or shrink wrap, debris cleanup, water removal, pipe burst cleanup, water damage restoration, tornado damage roofing & restoration. In addition to that, we respond to disaster situations with: hurricane damage roofing & restoration, mold remediation, interior restoration and construction, windows & doors, and other services to rebuild your property. We also provide fire damage restoration.
Contact RestoreMasters if you need help fixing storm damage.
Our team, comprised of large loss claims experts works directly with your insurance company to help get your business back into operation again as soon as possible. We provide all aspects of building restoration, from emergency response services and cleanup to total build back of your facility.
Our team of professionals includes: insurance claims experts, public adjusters, building engineers, roofing engineers, interior construction experts, large loss attorneys and other professionals specialized in storm damage insurance restoration projects.
We provide the following roofing services: TPO roofing repair, metal roofing replacement, tile roofing hail & wind damge repair, slate roofing replacement, asphalt shingle roofing repair from tornado damage, EPDM roofing restoration, roof coatings, torch down roofing, BUR roofing replacement, SBS-modified roofing repair, PVC roofing restoration.

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