Queensland’s storm season typically spans from November to March, with the occasional outliers before and after this period. During these months, the state experiences a combination of weather patterns that can result in severe storms and heavy rainfall. The primary factors contributing to storm season in Queensland include tropical cyclones, monsoonal troughs and thunderstorms.  

Storm Season Checklist

Given the unpredictable nature of Queensland’s storm season, taking proactive steps to prepare is crucial. Here are some measures you can implement to ensure the safety and resilience of your home and family:    

Roof Inspection  

Schedule a professional roof inspection. Check for loose or damaged tiles, shingles, or roofing materials. Ensure your roof is in excellent condition to withstand heavy rain and wind. 

Clear Gutters and Drains 

Ensure that gutters and drains are free from debris, leaves, and dirt. This prevents water from backing up and causing leaks or flooding. 

Secure Outdoor Items 

Secure outdoor furniture, equipment, and loose objects in your yard. Strong winds can turn these items into projectiles that may damage your home or injure someone. 

Trim Trees and Branches 

Trim overhanging branches and trees that could potentially fall on your house during a storm. 

Emergency Kit 

Prepare an emergency kit with essential supplies such as non-perishable food, water, flashlights, batteries, a first-aid kit, and important documents. Ensure your family knows where the kit is located. 

Communication Plan 

Establish a communication plan with your family. Ensure everyone knows how to contact each other in case of separation during a storm. 

Secure Windows and Doors

Reinforce windows and doors with storm shutters or impact-resistant materials. This can help protect your home from flying debris and water intrusion. 

Review Insurance Policies 

Review your home and flood insurance policies to understand what is covered in the event of storm damage. Consider any necessary adjustments to your coverage. 

Evacuation Plan

If you live in a flood-prone area or an area prone to storm surges, have an evacuation plan in place. Know your local evacuation routes and shelters. 

Stay Informed 

Stay informed about weather conditions by monitoring local news and weather forecasts. Pay attention to any warnings or alerts issued by authorities. 

Take these steps before the storm season arrives to ensure that your home and loved ones are protected.  

Whether you need a roof assessment or a full replacement, the good news is that KWR Roofing is here to help!  

Why Choose KWR Roofing? 

KWR Roofing is a reputable family business with 25 years of experience. Our dedicated, qualified, and experienced team of honest tradesmen takes pride in every job, regardless of size, and guarantees our work. We prioritise delivering exceptional results, exclusively utilising premium materials, and products. 


For more information about our range of roofing repair services, contact our friendly team at 07 3847 1031 or info@kwrroofing.com.au