Posted on 2/17/2020 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
Winter weather is still upon the Twin Cities, and all of that snow, ice, and winter rain can take its toll on your roof. The freeze and thaw cycles that winter brings can also cause serious damage. If you suspect your roof may have sustained a degree of damage this winter, it’s important to stay on top of repairs. This prevents more serious damage from occurring, which could lead to the need for total roof replacement over time.
Posted on 7/8/2019 8:07 AM By The Window Store MN
If a summer storm has you grabbing buckets to catch water from a leaky ceiling, you don’t have to wonder if you have a roof problem. But too often, homeowners have damaged shingles and don’t even realize it. Left unattended, damage to your roof can end up costing you significantly in terms of damage to the interior and structure of your home. Fortunately, our team of roofing experts at The Window Store in Wisconsin and Minnesota can help.
Posted on 6/10/2019 2:35 PM By The Window Store MN
When the summer sun starts to shine on Minnesota and Wisconsin, it’s more than welcome after a long, cold winter. But summertime can also bring rain clouds and even a few storms. When those summer storms cause damage to your home, it can be tough to recover.
Posted on 12/10/2018 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
Winters in Minnesota can be beautiful, turning the world into a winter wonderland. They can also bring their share of wild weather and can be pretty tough on your home. At The Window Store in Minnesota, we offer quality storm damage repair for your home's roofing, windows, and siding. We can get your home back on track and restore it to its original beauty. We’ve put together this helpful information to guide you through how you should go about checking for damage around your home after the big winter storm hits.
Posted on 4/9/2018 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
The weather in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Twin Cities area of Minnesota can be described as unpredictable in many cases. Chances are, your home will be able to weather most storms that blow through your neighborhood. The truth is though, that even if you don't see major damage -- such as a tree that's fallen over on a portion of your house or your guttering system that's ripped off -- there are still other types of storm damage that can compromise the integrity of your home, and you might not even be aware of them.