Storm Damage

Storm Damage

Have you had your roof inspected to ensure that it was not damaged? Call us today for a free evaluation to see if you qualify for replacement due to storm damage. Insurance companies are calling in their catastrophe teams, and an estimated 100,000 homes were affected by high speed winds and hail impacts. Don't let this problem turn into leaks and further damage. Let our HAAG Certified Inspectors check your property today!

What is hail damage?

Storm Damage When hailstones hit a shingle, they can dislodge granules and crack the fiberglass mat of the shingle. This type of damage can compromise the shingle's water resistance. If damaged, it can compromise the entire roof system.

What is wind damage?

Storm DamageHigh speed wind can curl, crack, or tear off shingles from your roof. These winds can damage both the windward and leeward side of your roof, by creating negative and positive air pressure extremes that lift and tear shingles on both sides.

How do I know if my shingles are damaged?

Storm DamageAlthough shingles blowing off of your roof is pretty easy for you to see, most other forms of damage are not as evident from the ground. You should have a HAAG Certified Roofing Inspector check for damage.

If you do have storm damage, your homeowners insurance may cover the cost of replacing your roof. Our dedicated staff members will guide you through the process and interface with your insurance carrier.

What does the severe weather damage do to the rest of my home?

Storm DamageDamaged shingles will compromise the water-tightness of your roof. It may take a week, it may take a year, but sooner or later water will begin to leak in. The leaks can cause wood rot, ceiling damage, and property destruction.

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