We will be here rain or shine, but will your Roof?
In Arizona, the weather in addition to the desert environment really takes a toll on your roof causing damage not only to the exterior tiling or roofing shingles but to the underlayment. The underlayment is the middle protecting layer between the wood foundation and the tile roofing.
Payne & Sons is here to help you protect yourself and your house from the extreme mood swings of Arizona weather, also known as Monsoons.
Monsoons are native to Arizona and natural phenomenon that can neither be prevented nor predicted which is why we must be prepared!
Monsoons are seasonal winds notorious for their partnership with heavy rains. These heavy winds pick up debris, dust, dirt and rocks that can easily cause damage to the roof surface (the tile shingles). The tiles can get broken, moved, and crushed by the monstrous monsoon winds. Once the tiles are moved and the underlayment is exposed it is subject to rips, tears and holes that can lead to water leakage, mold, wood rotting and insect infestations.
In our fast pace, technologically advanced society materials, equipment and technique are improving exponentially every decade. Today the materials used to manufacture tile is more durable than it was 20 years ago. It is our recommendation that your have your roof inspected for damage before the next monsoon season. Payne & Sons wants to help you to be proactive and prevent future Phoenix roof damage repair.
Payne & Sons roofing team is not only Phoenix’s roofing tile experts – we are highly skilled in the Mesa Roof repair, maintenance and installation of many of roofing materials that can be effected by monsoon damage. The best way to protect your roof from damage caused by Arizona Monsoons is to call us and have us take care of your roof BEFORE monsoon season.
Our reputation of respect and reliability throughout the community is not just talk. It is how we live. It is part of the difference you will experience when you contact us. Help us to help you be prepared before the monsoons hit again.
Contact Payne & Sons for a consultation.