Roof leaks are a nasty consequence of roof damage. In most cases, roof leaks are caused by missing or damaged shingles, which lets water enter the roof system and, eventually, the inside of your home. Roof leaks develop slowly – some can take 2-4 years to show – and they travel from the source. That’s why it’s important to know what to look for! Read More→
Hailstorms may not seem like the worst type of natural disaster that can damage your home – but they are the most common. Hail can also cause a surprising amount of damage to your home including the roof, siding, windows and gutters.
Has your home been impacted by hail this storm season?
Most homeowners don’t find out about hail damage until they put their house on the market, and the prospective buyer gets a home and/or roof inspection. Upon your initial review, it may seem as though your roof is functioning normally if you didn’t notice any glaring issues like broken windows or roof leaks, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that your roof is in the clear.
Knowing how to spot hail damage and getting a hail damage inspection has never been more critical. Read More→