Wichita KS Roofing Repair Hail Resistant Shingles For Storm Season Launched

Sunflower State Exteriors, a leading roofing repair contractor based in Wichita KS, has launched a new range of hail-resistant shingles ahead of storm season

Wichita, United States - March 26, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Sunflower State Exteriors, an award-winning roofing contractor based in Wichita KS, has launched a new range of hail resistant shingles ahead of storm season.

To find out more or book a free estimate, visit: https://www.sunflowerstateexteriors.com

With storm season approaching, Sunflower State Exteriors is urging customers to book a professional roof inspection to check for damage in case it requires repairs. Fixing repairs ahead of storm season can save time and money long-term.

Additionally, installing new shingles ahead of storm season allows more time for the shingles to bond to the roof before winter weather, such as rain or snow, arrives. The new hail-resistant shingles launched by Sunflower State Exteriors are designed to prevent damage to roofing that is typically hard to detect.

Unidentified hail damage can prematurely reduce the life of the roof, leading to leaks, wood rot, mold or mildew. All these issues can cause further damage and eventually health problems for people living within the property.

The longer issues go undetected and therefore untreated, the worse the damage can be. This in turn can increase the length of time required to complete the repair, along with the overall cost. After hailstorms, it is advisable to seek professional advice and ideally find a contractor to inspect the roof for damage.

Sunflower State Exteriors provide a professional inspection service for customers who face storm damage in Wichita and throughout Kansas. Aside from roofing repairs, replacement and maintenance, the company offers exterior improvements to siding and guttering at competitive and affordable prices.

A company spokesperson said, “When dealing with nature, the key to success is preparedness. We understand it’s impossible to plan for every eventuality, but we want to give our customers the best possible chance of avoiding roof damage during storm season. Our new hail-resistant shingles are designed to provide security and peace of mind.”

They continued, “Our professional and experienced team provide an inspection service for customers who are considering roofing repairs and require more information. Our aim is to find the best solution for each customer depending on their needs.”

To view the full range of services provided by Sunflower State Exterior, including guttering, windows, storm doors, roof repair and hail damage repair, visit the URL provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Brad Herndon
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Organization: Sunflower State Exteriors LLC
Address: 12828 East 13th Street North Suite 15, Wichita, KS 67230, United States
Phone: +1-316-744-7669
Website: https://www.sunflowerstateexteriors.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88951206

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