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On average, monsoon season in Arizona is July 7 to September 13 and now more than ever it's important to know what you can do to stay prepared and stay safe.

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Tile Roofing Phoenix
Check your roof for signs of loose, damaged, or missing tiles before and after each monsoon. Loose, damaged, or missing tiles leave parts of your roof exposed to the elements that can penetrate or further damage your home. Always schedule an inspection after the season ends to ensure there isn't lingering damage to your roof.
Shingle Roofing Phoenix
You better believe it, Arizona Monsoon Season includes hail. The surface granules on damaged shingles can be knocked off by hail, compromising the integrity of the shingle and can ultimately lead to a roof leak. Heavy winds sometimes bring heavy objects that can also cause damage to your shingles. Be sure to check for any damages after every monsoon.
Foam Roofing Phoenix
Offering superior leak protection, a foam roof may be the best option for Arizona Monsoon Season. It's durable, seamless, waterproof, and because it's poured on in a liquid form, it's easily repaired if cracks do appear. Always schedule an inspection before and after the monsoon season to stay on top of any potential damages.
Built-Up Roofing Phoenix
A built-up roof should be inspected every five years to maintain a safe condition for monsoon season. To offer more protection to your home, you may consider redoing your built-up roof to ensure the safety of your home. Consider hiring a Phoenix roofing expert to inspect the quality of your built-up roof.
Skylights Phoenix
Skylights offer a vulnerable spot for your roof during monsoon season. If dissimilar materials and flashings that cover the joints aren't done correctly, water and wind can damage your roof. Any damage done to your roof can make its way inside your home and cause further possibly irreparable damage.
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How to protect your roof from Arizona monsoon season

Not only do we have the summer’s smoldering heat, but we have a monsoon season. Both extremes of weather can cause damage to your roof and if left unrepaired, the inside of your home. To prepare your home for Arizona’s monsoon season, follow these three guidelines.

1) Replace worn shingles

Even if your roof seems flat, your roof is built at a slight angle so that water can drain from the roof as fast as possible. Any loose, damaged, or missing tiles expose a soft underlayment that makes it harder for this method to flow. Standing water often remains and accumulates on your roof, eventually damaging the soft interior underneath the tiles and ultimately water will begin to leak into your home.

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2) Remove potential threats

Arizona monsoon season is the perfect recipe for 60 mph winds, which is considered storm winds, and these often result in significant structural damage to a building as well as the uprooting of trees. By trimming and removing branches around your home, you could be preventing branches from flying through your window and potentially hurting someone in your home. You may like that tall palm tree in your front yard but it could be a major threat to you, your family, and your home during monsoon season.

3) Schedule an inspection

Hands down the safest way to protect your home from the monsoon season damage are to hire your local, trusted, roofing company for an inspection. Ideally, have your trusted roofing contractor inspect your roof once a year and in the summer months before the storm season hits. A qualified contractor will identify any loose, damaged, or missing tiles, clogged gutters, and objects such as branches or trees that could potentially destroy your roof if they were to fall.

Free Arizona Monsoon Season Roof Estimate

The most cost-effective thing you can do for monsoon season is to schedule a consultation with Capstone Roofing. We will come to your home, take measurements and investigate any areas you have advised show signs of a leak, then give you a written estimate in approximately 2 business days that outlines the scope of the work we will be performing, as well as detailing pricing. Get in touch with an expert now!


What if I'm driving?


The Arizona Department of Transportation's number one tip to stay safe during monsoon is: don't drive through a dust storm. However, if you find yourself driving through one, follow these 3 steps for your safety, and for everyone else around you.

- While being aware of those around you, slow down, and pull off to the side of the road.
- Turn OFF all lights including your emergency flashers. Other drivers may think you are moving traffic and end up driving into your car instead.
- Stay in your vehicle with your seatbelt and emergency brake on until the storm passes.

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Ways to stay safe & prepared

Arizona Monsoon Season

- Put together an emergency kit for your family and pets, preparing for at least 72 hours. Include one gallon of water per person as well as prescriptions, important documents, a radio, and battery-operated lights.
- Check for potential hazards like overhanging branches and trees and loose debris.
- Practice a drill at home. Create a family communication plan that specifies a place to meet and out of town contacts.

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