Wind Damage Repair Services in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Greater Cincinnati, Ohio area, experiences strong wind and storms so frequently that the inhabitants here are very familiar with batteries of various kinds and the after-effects on residential & commercial properties. Teasdale Fenton Restoration has an incredibly experienced team of technicians ready to provide 24/7 wind damage repair service in Mason, Mariemont, Madeira, and other cities within our service area.

Types of Wind Damage Restoration Offered by Teasdale Fenton

>Wind Damages in Greater Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Roof: Shingle Roofs

    Wind can move as fast as 300 miles per hour during tornadoes, hail, or rainstorms. Unfortunately, most asphalt shingle roofs can withstand winds up to only 80 mph. So these fast swirling winds can sweep awnings off houses.

    Wind damage on asphalt or premium roofing can also result in missing shingles. Bent or curling shingles can indicate wind damage as, while not having been removed, the wind was strong enough to move and reshape them. Missing or damaged shingles could lead to a compromised roofing structure.

  • Residential Properties

    Wind can cause trees to fall over the roof, causing leaks or breaking it to the core, making way for flying debris and water to enter the house. This can cause wet floors, carpets, soaking furniture, flooding, growing molds & mildew, and much other untold chaos inside the home.

  • UV Exposure

    Unnoticeable gaps in the roof caused by storm damage can let harmful UV rays into the house. The rays can also damage specific components of your roof. UV exposure can easily damage the materials underneath traditional roofing, reducing its durability significantly.

  • Siding & Windows

    • Vinyl Siding: Splits, cracks, chips, breaks, and holes can quickly occur in vinyl sliding during wind damage– both from the wind and flying particles and wind-driven hail.
    • Aluminum Siding: If you have aluminum siding, the most common signs of wind damage are dings and cracks in the siding. In a severe storm, it is common for aluminum sliding pieces to be ultimately duped.
  • Windows

    Some common damages caused by the wind to windows include:

    • Shattered or broken panes
    • Cracks, holes, or dents in glass
    • Damaged or dented frames
    • Chipped or cracked paint, sliding, or wood
  • Fences

    The most common reason fence panels fall over in high winds is that the posts are rotten and, therefore, no longer able to withstand the pressure of stormy weather. However, some pre-installation steps can reduce the chance of it ever becoming wind damaged.

Wind Damage Repair Services in Falmouth, Hebron, & Latonia

Wind Damage Repair Services by Teasdale Fenton Restoration

Our wind damage restoration services include:

  • Debris removal and complete cleanup of affected areas
  • Hail and roof damage repair
  • Restoration of electric, natural gas, and heat (if needed)
  • Window and door replacement
  • Contents pack-out and storage during mitigation and restoration
  • Furniture and contents restoration (including electronics, documents, and photographs)
  • Complete reconstruction services
  • Emergency water mitigation
  • Temporary emergency plumbing repairs
  • Emergency board-up to prevent theft and injury
Teasdale Fenton Restoration

Why Choose Teasdale Fenton Restoration for Wind Damage Repairs in Cincinnati & Milford?

Teasdale Fenton Restoration has more than 15 years of experience in the restoration industry serving in Falmouth, Hebron, Latonia, Milford, Neville, and other areas of the Greater Cincinnati, Ohio service area. We can handle any wind damage problems from start to finish. Moreover, we provide 24/7 service to our customers. Call us today at 513-463-1797 or contact us online to get a free estimate and allow us to start the restoration work immediately.

  • Phone answered live 24/7/365
  • 3-year warranty on all works performed
  • Background tested, licensed & insured
  • Emergency water removal/pump-out service
  • State-of-the-art Hydro Extreme Water Extraction
  • Certified Vortex Structural drying specialist on your job
  • Direct billing to the insurance company
  • Commercial and residential services
  • IICRC Certified Technicians
  • S500 Guidelines for water extraction and structural drying