Hurricane Ian Impacting South Carolina: What You Need To Know

Hurricane Ian

Hurrican Ian is pounding the state of Florida, and headed up to South Carolina the weekend of Sept. 30-Oct. 2. Governor Henry McMaster has declared a state of emergency for SC in preparation for the high winds, flooding, rainfall and possible tornados that may come.

Clyde Nettles Roofing has been South Carolina’s storm damage expert for over 72 years, so we know best how to prepare for situations like this. First and foremost, go through our checklist complete with links to the NOAA tips:

Determine Your Risk

Develop An Evacuation Plan

Assemble Disaster Supplies

Get An Insurance Checkup

Strengthen Your Home

Help Your Neighbor

Complete a Written Plan

What to do if a Hurricane/Tropical Storm affects your home – signs to look for:

Yard debris (indicating high winds that may have damaged your roof


Missing Shingles

Downed Trees/Limbs

If you see any of these signs, or know that you experienced potentially damaging weather, contact Clyde Nettles ASAP. We’ll send out our team of vastly experienced roofers to inspect your home for any potential damage. We always “walk” the roof for a full  inspection, and don’t rely on drone photos. Our 72+ years of experience mean we are well trusted and have great relationships with all of the home insurance carriers – so we can get you taken care of quickly, and you can rest easy knowing any work we perform is backed by our reputation of trust and quality since 1950.

We are proud to be locally owned and family operated, and we are here for all of our family in South Carolina. Please, be safe this weekend and we will all continue to keep everyone affected by this terrible storm in our thoughts and prayers.

Clyde Nettles Roofing