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Bowers Emergency Roofing Professionals
Is your roof leaking? We know that emergencies never happen at convenient times, and can add to your hectic life. Work with a Bowers roofer that understands the importance of speed, and values your time and project. Give us a call to let our technicians help!
Your roof is designed to shed water, and keep your interior safe and dry from the rain and winds. The older your roof gets, it can start to break down and is increasingly more vulnerable to storm damage.
Bowers Storm Damage Emergencies
Do you have a roofing emergency because of storm damage? Did a tree branch fall onto your home and penetrate your decking, or did a wind storm blow off your shingles causing your roof to be exposed? Perhaps you need a tarp or roof repair to fix the major issues. The faster you act, the more likely you can mitigate any potential water damage.
When your roof is leaking, you need a roofer that can offer timely service to prevent the damage from worsening. We take pride in customer satisfaction, and doing the job right the first time. What starts as a small leak could worsen if it quickly repaired.
When you have an emergency roofing situation, you want a contractor that answers their phone, and can provide reliable solutions. We understand how stressful this time can be, and how you want a dedicated team working to help with your home, as if it was our own. With a gaping hole in your roof, you want a roofer that is trained and skilled in Bowers emergency roof repair and has the tools to handle any challenges that will arise.
The longer a repair is delayed, it can increase the chance of water leaking in and damaging flooring or carpeting or furniture in your home. You need an emergency crew that can help as soon as possible.
Emergency Roofing Follow-Up
After the initial repairs are made, or a tarp is set-up, a follow-up appointment can be made to conduct a more thorough examination to see what is causing the leaks. This can help determine if an entire roof replacement is required to fix the entire roof, or just minor repairs.
If your roof is damaged from storm, your insurance may cover this claim as it is an act of nature. We can help provide expertise and advice.
In a moment of crisis, you want to be able to turn to a trusted local Bowers roofing contractor that will respect your situation and charge a reasonable price. There are unfortunately contractors that use emergency situations to price gouge in moments of distress. Turn to trusted local contractors that take pride in helping our neighbors.
Get in touch now with an expert Bowers emergency roofer. You can schedule a free no-obligation roof inspection or estimate to see what solutions will be in order to help remedy your leaky roof!
Bowers (commonly known as Bowers Beach) is a town in Kent County, Delaware, United States. It is part of the Dover, Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 Census, the population of the city is 335.
Bowers Beach was originally settled in the late 1600s and was named Whitwell’s Delight by Francis Whitwell. The land was acquired by William Frampton in 1685 and was called Dover Peers. After Frampton died, the land was sold to William Bassett. Eventually, 420 acres of Whitwell’s Delight belonged to Nathaniel and Mary Hunn. After Nathaniel Hunn died in 1734, his children sold the land to John Bowers and the land along the Delaware Bay between the St. Jones River and Murderkill River became known as Bowers Beach starting on August 16, 1734. The land later belonged to John Bowers’ son and then his granddaughter, with the latter being the last person in the Bowers family to own the land. Part of the land was acquired by John Booth in 1750, who sold it later in the year to Benjamin Chew. By the 1800s, the properties in Bowers Beach were owned by Joseph Wood. The properties were later sold to multiple owners. On March 9, 1907, Bowers was incorporated. In 1962, the settlement was reincorporated as the Town of Bowers.