Tornado Disaster Discount

Asscher Roofing Wants to Help:

If you or someone you know was recently affected by the tornado which fell on South Bend this week, we recognize that there are many needs that you may have. It’s important to us that we help our local community and provide everyone with the chance to get quality roofing repairs at a price that meets their needs and their budget. We know at Asscher Roofing Company that it’s hard to spot a natural disaster coming like a tornado or a flood, but you should never have to worry about that when you have experts on your side. That’s why we’re offering our services and special rates for qualifying roof replacements, check out the details below.

Qualifying Roofs receive $500 off their roof replacement.


Tornado Damage

Get $500 off your roof replacement.

Promo Code: Tornado

Qualifying Roofs:

There’s no secret that every roof is different, as such some roofs may have been less affected or more affected by the storm and tornado. We want to make sure that all of our customers are informed about the status of their roof. So we’d love an opportunity to provide you with a free estimate. Our estimate will let you know exactly what you need, and exactly how much it’ll cost.

To qualify for our $500 Discount:

  • Roof must exhibit existing wind damage.

  • Roof must require a full replacement.

  • Roof must be 20 squares or more.

How To check for wind damage on your roof:


Step One: Perform an Outdoor Inspection: Look for missing and damaged shingles (damaged shingles might be curled, cracked, or torn) on your roof or may have fallen around your property. If the damage covers less than 30 percent of the entire roof, roofing repairs might be able to address the problem. However, extensive damage might necessitate roof replacement. Keep in mind that not only the roof itself, but the chimney, ventilation pipes, roof flashing, gutters and fencing can also be damaged; make sure to inspect them for damage also.  

If you suspect that your roof is damaged, here is a basic list of what to look for:

  • Composition shingles: curling, loss of granules, broken, damaged or missing shingles.

  • Wood shingles/shakes: Molding or decay, splitting or curling.

  • Flashing: Tears or buckling around roof penetrations.

  • Roofing cement: Excessive cement or crumbling.

  • Soffits and fascia: any Decay or staining.

  • Soffit and ridge vents: Clogged or damaged vents, any flashing and shingles around them curling or missing.

  • Gutters: Decay or rust, leaky seams, loosened attachment, bent or sagging, missing sections of gutter or downspout, filled with debris. Clogged gutters can easily freeze shut and cause excessive weight on gutter fasteners, ice dam conditions, and slippery walks below.

  • Chimneys: Leaning, loose or missing flashing, damaged bricks, cap or cracked joints. Chimney flashing is especially prone to tearing because a chimney settles independently from the house.

Step 2: Preform an Indoor Inspection: Moisture marks, brown, yellow, or grey stains, and peeling paint on walls and/or ceilings could all indicate a damaged, leaking roof. Also check your attic for damp rafters or leaks. And if you experience a sudden surge in energy costs, it could be a sign that your roof ventilation has been compromised.

Step 3: Call a Professional: Call in a roofer for a professional inspection. Getting on your roof yourself is not recommended as it can lead to personal injury and also further damage to your property. A trained professional also has the tools and safety techniques to get up on your roof and check for damage.

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