Commercial Roofing & Water Damage Restoration Contractor in Volusia County to Fix Hurricane Ian Damage

Commercial Roofing & Restoration

Disaster Response Team

Sep 29, 2022

RestoreMasters has hurricane damage restoration contractors and water removal specialists in Volusia County, Florida, to prevent unnecessary losses and provide proactive solutions.  

The damage from hurricane Ian pushed across Volusia County into the Atlantic Ocean left rooftops torn and widespread flooding. Business districts in Daytona Beach, and New Smyrna Beach, experienced among the worst roof storm damage and sea surge. Inland communities along the St. John’s River, such as DeLand, have seen floodwaters rise.  

Our hurricane damage restoration contractors possess the resources, equipment, and personnel to expedite emergency roof repair and hurricane cleanup efforts. If your Volusia County facility sustained hurricane Ian damage, call the roof repair office in Orlando, FL.

Commercial Roof Repair Volusia County

Meteorologists show the hurricane Ian track exited Florida directly through Volusia County, inflicting extensive water and roof wind damage. Wind speeds hit 96 mph as torrential downpours swamped the region. With floodwaters rising days after the tropical cyclone trekked north, hurricane debris removal, roof leak repair, and water removal efforts are a high priority.

RestoreMasters commercial roof repair experts have provided material support before by handling complex roofing jobs under adverse conditions. Our emergency roofing crews have the ability to take on anything from small roof damage repairs to large tear-off and replacement roofing projects.

The hurricane damage restoration contractors on site in Volusia County are available to make roof leak repair efforts, handle hurricane debris removal, and restore your commercial property. Our boots-on-the-ground emergency roofing and hurricane cleanup personnel provide the following services.

Roof Edge Torn Off

Emergency Roof Repair

An emergency roofer reviews the hurricane Ian damage and locates the source of roof leaks and any structural damage. Initial measures typically call for emergency roof repair practices such as shrink wrap roofing and tarping. An emergency roof repair professional may recommend putting down a temporary flat-roof overlay until a permanent solution can be implemented.

Hurricane Debris Removal

The damage from hurricane Ian across Volusia County left wreckage and potentially hazardous materials on commercial properties. We dispatch hurricane cleanup crews into disaster areas with the equipment to follow hurricane debris removal protocols and create a safe environment.

Water Removal

The heavy rains that accompanied winds that neared 100 mph in Volusia County immediately began seeping through compromised roofing systems and flooded first floors. Our crews have access to state-of-the-art water removal equipment that siphons away standing pools and extracts moisture from flooring, walls, and potentially salvageable contents. Water removal is an essential step to restoring healthy conditions.

Building Restoration

RestoreMasters hurricane damage restoration contractors know going in that buildings will require more than minor roof leak repair. Having worked in disaster zones before, hurricane repair contractors have the support of our national organization to install new siding, doors, windows, gutters, porches, decks, and other items.

Our clients include hotels, resorts, condominiums, community associations, apartment complexes, churches, historical buildings, restaurants, retail, office, warehouse, industrial buildings, luxury homes, and many others.

It’s important to keep in mind the roof, structural, and water damage in Volusia County are reversible, and our hurricane damage restoration contractors are on the job done.

Wind Damage Hurricane Ian 2022-9-28 Volusia & Highlands County Central Florida

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Commercial Roof Replacement Volusia County

People in charge of the restoration of office buildings, hotels, retail outlets, houses of worship, and industrial complexes have difficult decisions ahead. The choice between opting for quick roof leak repair or a full replacement requires fact-based information.

To help stakeholders make an informed decision, we empower a certified roof repair contractor to thoroughly assess the damage from hurricane Ian. You receive a full report detailing the water and roof wind damage, as well as any structural elements that were affected. You also receive a reliable commercial roof repair or replacement estimate.

Metal Roofing Repairs

Roofing for Hurricane Damage

At RestoreMasters, we’ve learned that quality commercial roof repair and replacement in disaster areas requires talented professionals. The hurricane damage restoration contractors in Volusia County were onboarded because they have the skills and determination to see disaster relief projects through. If your commercial building sustained hurricane Ian damage, our field technicians can repair or replace the following roofing systems.

BUR Roofing

The Built-Up roofing system provides enhanced durability due to its layers. But the flying debris and wind gusts may have impacted even the sturdiest flat roofs. If your BUR system’s upper layer or roof deck sustained damage, a hurricane damage restoration contractor can fix it.

EPDM Roofing

Commonly called “rubber roofs,” Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM) systems are considered cost-effective and relatively straightforward to repair. An EPDM roof repair contractor can make prompt repairs or begin a full replacement.

Metal Roofing

Metal roofing systems rank among the more straightforward and cost-effective to repair or replace. Category 4 wind velocities can tear off panels or loosen fasteners, resulting in roof leaks.  Our hurricane damage restoration contractors are in place to make repairs or a full replacement of metal roofs.

Modified Bitumen Roofing

The modified bitumen roofing systems employ multiple layers over insulation and load-bearing infrastructure. If your modified bitumen roof sustained seemingly minor damage, the roof deck and other elements could suffer water damage. If you are worried about roof leaks, our hurricane repair contractors can cure any issues.

PVC Roofing

This class of flat roofs is known for its white outer layer that reduces energy consumption by diverting harmful UV rays. If your flat roof was damaged from hurricane Ian, a PVC replacement may be a wise investment.

Shingle Roofing

The asphalt shingle roofing systems in Volusia County suffered among the most significant losses. Shingle roofing systems are prone to tears and loose flashing. If your sloped roof sustained damage from hurricane Ian, speak to a roof repair contractor about an alternative.

Tile Roofing

Advancements by manufacturers make tile roofing systems a popular choice. Products emulate traditional clay, slate, and wood, among others. The robust materials used to create these products are increasingly wind resistant. If your sloped roof suffered damage from hurricane Ian, consider an upgrade.

TPO Roofing

Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) roofing consists of a single-ply roofing membrane supported by a properly installed solid substrate. TPO roofing systems are rugged, weather resistant, and offer significant commercial building benefits.

Wind Damage to Roof

Signs You Might Need Roof Replacement

Hotels, condominiums, office buildings, and retail outlets throughout Volusia County have experienced significant roof storm damage. Extensive flooding continued after the storm returned to the sea. Building owners seeing discolored ceilings and obvious damage likely need substantial roof leak repair or a replacement. If you see any other the following telltale signs, 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

When catastrophic weather strikes, it can accelerate the decline of aging roofing systems. Performing a full roof replacement now could save tens of thousands in remediation costs from water damage later.

What a Disaster Zone Roofing Company Does

Essentially, RestoreMasters hurricane damage restoration contractors provide material support and services to ailing communities following catastrophic incidents.

Our hurricane damage restoration contractors begin the restoration process by creating a safe perimeter. Once the site is secure, hurricane debris removal and cleanup crews haul away the wreckage. Our emergency roof repair technicians then use tarping or shrink wrap roofing to prevent further water damage and losses.

A thorough inspection is performed to document the damage from hurricane Ian. You receive a copy of the detailed report that can be used to support an insurance claim. A hurricane contractor provides you with a reliable quote and recommendations about next steps. We can also refer you to a public adjuster to help navigate the claims process and negotiate on your behalf. Currently, RestoreMasters is also providing roofing and building restoration in Cape Coral, FL.

Our certified hurricane damage restoration contractors are available to repair, replace or rebuild interiors, gutters, siding, windows, doors, and a wide range of roofing systems. We complete the restoration on time, on budget, and everything meets or exceeds current Florida fire safety and building codes when the job is done. 

Some roofing systems can be severely harmed by damage from heavy winds, tornadoes, or hail. Winds as low as 50 mph can cause some older roofs to be damaged. The severity of roof damage depends on several factors including: type and age of roofing materials, presence of flying debris, roof shape and angle, building height and proximity to adjacent structures and the quality of original roof installation.

After a severe storm of hail or high winds, it is important to get your roof inspected, and have a property damage assessment report so that you can learn whether you have damage to your roofing system. In situations where you've got a leaking roof, experienced disaster roofing contractors can stop the leaks temporarily, by laying tarp or by using a durable shrink-wrap plastic membrane in the affected areas, or even over the entire roof. This will keep your building protected until permanent repairs can take place. This will help prevent mold infestation from water leaks.
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. Some storm damage symptoms take time to appear. And insurance company deadlines could hinder your ability to file a claim later.
Emergency response crews are available to assist commercial property owners with roof damage, frozen pipe damage, siding and window damage, and turnkey restoration services.
The types of clients that consistently rely on RestoreMasters to assist them with hail or wind damage to tile roofing includes: all commercial buildings, hospitals, schools, churches, condos, apartments, hotels, resorts, restaurants, dealerships, retail properties, historical homes & buildings, warehouses and industrial properties.
If your building has sustained harm from fallen trees, collapsed roof or any other damage related to hail, tornado or wind storms, call us today.
Wind Damage to RoofWe are a disaster restoration contractor providing damage restoration from hail, tornadoes, fire and flood. RestoreMasters responds to disaster emergencies by repairing roofing systems of commercial and residential buildings, starting with temporary solutions using tarp or shrink wrap to prevent leaks, until more permanent solutions are decided upon. We also assist with debris cleanup, water removal, burst pipe damage repair, water damage building restoration, tornado damage roofing & restoration, hurricane damage roofing & restoration, mold remediation, interior restoration and reconstruction, and many other services to rebuild your damaged property. We also provide fire & smoke damage restoration.
If you need help recovering from storm damage, contact RestoreMasters.
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.
RestoreMasters provides a large team of professionals working on your behalf, including: insurance claims experts, large loss attorneys, public adjusters, roofing and building engineers, interior construction experts, and other professionals with a specialty in storm and disaster damage insurance restoration.
Types of roofing systems we repair & replace: TPO roofing, metal roofing, tile roofing, slate roofing, asphalt shingle roofing, EPDM roofing, roof coatings, torch down roofing, BUR roofing, SBS-modified roofing, PVC roofing.

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