Clean up continues one week after major storms surge through Northwest Ohio.
Roofing contractors are slammed trying to get through a huge backlog of all the damaged homes.
Crews with Arnold's Home Improvement in Toledo are busy fixing shingles, leaks, and gutters.
"This is unexpected," says Jason Arnold, owner of Arnold's Home Improvement. "Usually we got one storm a year. This year we got hit with several storms right in a row."
The contractor's signs dot the front yards of dozens of homes in one neighborhood alone as crews wrap up roof repairs from the big hail storm back in March.
Last week's round of storms added to the unusually busy summer work load.
"We've got a waiting list down in Findlay and in Marblehead," says Arnold. "The most recent one is by the Holland Sylvania, Angola area."
In the Holland area crews have tarped homes, but now they're waiting to hear back from homeowners' insurance companies.
"Out in Holland we're dealing with a lot more, we're reconstructing some of the roof structures," says Arnold. "We actually had trees that landed in people's living rooms out there."
Arnold says he's now several weeks behind schedule.
"We're staying on top of it," says Arnold. "If we can't handle the work. We do turn work down sometimes on occasion."