Jul 15th, 2021
Large hailstones can damage metal flashing. Battering winds can lift and tear away shingles. And heavy rain can remove the shingle's protective granular surface. When this happens, your roof is exposed to water leaks, mold, wood rot, and damage to your insulation.
Having a roof inspection after a storm means damage will be spotted and repaired before it gets worse, saving you money on costly repairs in the future. The repair work is often covered by your insurance too.
Don't leave it to chance. Call us today to schedule your roof inspection.