Has spring or summer storms inflicted damage on your residential or commercial property? When the situation is too much for you to manage, call in a firm specializing in damage restoration. Trust C&N Property Restoration to perform weather damage restorations in St. Paul, Elk Point, Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Vegreville, Vermilion and surrounding areas. Whether trees have fallen on your rooftop, ice dams have gathered along the rooflines, or dents have weakened the structural integrity of your building, our IICRC certified crew is here to handle all kinds of weather damage.
Give us a call today to assess the damage caused by any weather disaster and save the affected structures and buildings. We respond to your needs 24/7 and fix your property quickly and efficiently as per your schedule.
The results of storm damage can lead to just as much struggle and property damage as other emergencies. With qualified crew and proper equipment, we will evaluate the circumstances and the extent of the damage. Our weather damage restoration in St. Paul, Elk Point, Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Vegreville, Vermilion and surrounding areas includes:
Wind damage remediation
Hail damage restoration
Ice dams prevention
Structural damage recovery
We have special equipment to melt the ice from your roof without damaging your property.
Q: How Can I Prevent Weather From Causing Too Much Damage?
A: Install pipe insulation to avoid frozen pipes.
Prevent ice dams by making sure the attic is properly ventilated.
Shovel melting snow around the house before melting has occurred to prevent leaks through the foundation and basement.
Q: How Can I Prevent Wind Damage.
A: Prevent decay with proper tree care and avoid over-watering
Check up on your roof for missing or lose shingles. If required, reroof and switch to weather-resistant shingles.
If a storm threatens your area, ensure to clear your yard and avoid leaving your vehicles under the trees.
Q: How Can I Prevent Hail Damage?
A: Keep your gutters clean to prevent excess water damage.
Prune overhanging tree branches to prevent them from falling and causing injury.
Secure all outdoor furniture, putting them indoors until the storm passes.
Take extra precautions with windows, shutting them and protecting against broken glass.