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Wind Damaged Roofing

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Wind Damaged Roofing:

If your area has experienced a storm with high winds and you suspect that your roof might have been damaged, your best course of action is to call a professional roofing contractor for an assessment. Uplifted roofing materials might have unseen damage, and this damage usually cannot be checked from the ground.

Look for the Tell-Tale Signs:

If you've spotted pieces of shingles or other roofing materials in your yard, around your house, or at the base of your gutter downspouts, call us as soon as possible. Torn shingles are a sign that your roof is damaged, and a repair or replacement may be needed.

Lifted Shingles:

Shingles that are lifted by the wind will weaken the seal and allow water to flow backward and under the shingle above in the next wind storm. The only way to test if there is damage is to get onto the roof and check them. We highly recommend that you leave this to the professionals who are experienced working on rooftops every day. The dangers are obvious, and fall accidents from roofs are fairly common.

Edge Metal, Trim and Chimney Caps and Flashing:

These are all concerns when dealing with a wind event. We will inspect every aspect of your roof to ensure that any damage that has occurred will be found before it gets worse, and your ability to collect insurance proceeds ends. Call us today to learn more and let us take a look for you.


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