Storm and Wind Damage Repair in Pittsburgh, PA
Severe storms accompanied by heavy winds are a threat to any home or business in the city of Pittsburgh. The professionals at Massaro Restoration know this better than anyone. This is why our certified and proficient Pittsburgh wind damage restoration technicians are on-call 24/7 to aid commercial property owners in the city.
High winds are an unforgiving destructive force that can damage structures in a myriad of ways. Winds can rip siding and roof shingles from buildings, break windows, and bring down towering trees.
The professionals at Massaro Restoration move swiftly when responding to storm damage in city neighborhoods. Once our services our requested, our team deploys immediately to assess damage and provide a line-by-line cost estimate and summary of necessary repairs. We also move fast to protect the structure from further damage by boarding-up busted windows, tarping damaged roofs, and stabilizing potentially hazardous on-site conditions.
Our Pittsburgh storm and wind damage restoration services include:
Roof Repair/Replacement – Winds in excess of 25 to 40 miles per hour can tear shingles from rooftops. This makes a structure’s roof vulnerable to leaks, which can cause further damage the structure’s interior.
The staff on our disaster teams are experts in roof repair & replacement and can handle any roof type (flat, shingle, slate, etc…). We utilized the latest advances in waterproofing to ensure a water tight rain barrier.
Siding/Gutter Replacement– When windstorms or hail damage a structure’s siding, the only solution may be to replace damaged panels. Damaged or collapsed gutters must also be replaced in order to keep the rainwater channeling from the roof and into the downspouts. This keeps water from seeping into the structure’s foundation.
Cleanup/Debris Removal – Windstorm damage can leave a scene in a state of complete disarray. Our team ensures that the area is cleaned of all debris – tree branches and leaves, broken glass, shingles, scraps of metal, inanimate objects, and aluminum siding.
Window Replacement – Broken windows from either wind pressure or flying debris are very common after a storm with high winds. We’ll board-up all broken windows observed during our on-site damage assessment until each window can be replaced.
We Work With Your Insurance Company on Your Behalf
Massaro Restoration is mostly known for our short response times, craftsmanship, and the quality of our Pittsburgh storm and wind damage repairs. But we also employ skillful estimators and project managers that work with insurance companies on your behalf. We will fight to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses. Our objective is to keep your out-of-pocket expenses down to just your insurance deductible and any upgrades requested during the restoration process.
Wind Damage Restoration for the Following City of Pittsburgh Neighborhoods
Shadyside | Sheraden | South Oakland | Southshore | South Side Flats | South Side Slopes | Bloomfield | Bluff (also known as Uptown or Soho) | Bon Air | Brighton Heights | Brookline | California-Kirkbride | Carrick | Central Business District (Downtown) | Central Lawrenceville | Central Northside (including the Mexican War Streets) | Friendship | Garfield | Glen Hazel | Greenfield | Hays | Hazelwood | Highland Park | Homewood North | Homewood South | Homewood West | Knoxville | Spring Garden | Spring Hill–City View | Squirrel Hill | Stanton Heights | Strip District | Summer Hill | Swisshelm Park | Terrace Village | Troy Hill | North Oakland | North Point Breeze | North Shore | Northview Heights | Oakwood | Overbrook | Panther Hollow (officially part of South Oakland) | Perry North (also known as Observatory Hill) | Perry South (also known as Perry Hilltop) | Upper Hill | Beechview | Beltzhoover | Central Oakland | Chartiers | Chateau | Chinatown | Allegheny Center | Allegheny West | Allentown | Arlington | Arlington Heights | Banksville | Bedford Dwellings | Crafton Heights | Crawford-Roberts | Duquesne Heights | East Allegheny (also known as Deutschtown) | East Carnegie | East Hills | East Liberty | Elliott | Esplen | Fairywood | Fineview | Larimer | Lincoln–Lemington–Belmar | Lincoln Place | Lower Lawrenceville | Manchester | Marshall-Shadeland (also known as Brightwood) | Middle Hill | Morningside | Mount Oliver | Mount Washington | New Homestead | Point Breeze | Polish Hill |
Regent Square | Ridgemont | Saint Clair Upper Lawrenceville | Washington’s Landing (a sub-neighborhood of Troy Hill) | West End | West Oakland | Westwood | Windgap
Have a question? Need our Address? We’re available 24 hours a day, every day, by phone at 412-599-0023.
- 11/25/15 - More than just a number
- 10/08/15 - Massaro Serves: The Pittsburgh Project
- 08/18/15 - Our journey continues
- 08/13/15 - Six Facts about Water Damage
- 04/07/15 - April showers bring may flowers… and potential flooding
- 02/10/15 - What is a negative air environment and why is it important?
- 12/08/14 - Delivering thanksgiving
- 10/22/14 - Water loss mitigation is a science
- 08/07/14 - How to Survive a Sharknado in the Burgh.