Roof leak from the storm needs fixing
This particular job was hectic! A majority of the home had to be disassembled due to water damage from the rain. Wind didn't help either; many shingles had to be replaced, and a few tree branches hit the sides of the house. Thankfully, not a lot of contents had to be dried or replaced. Mostly, the walls and ceilings were affected.
You won't know you have a roof leak until you have one-that sounds silly, but it's true. We can't leak-proof our roofs if we don't know there is a problem. Our best advice is to pay attention to any discoloration on your walls, any areas that appear a different shade than the rest of the paint, and any paint that is bubbling or peeling. These signs mean you should call SERVPRO immedidately.