ROOF STORM DAMAGE
Identifying storm weather damage can be easy or incredibly difficult depending on the type of roofing materials and characteristics of the event.
In some cases it could be as simple as missing shingles or tree limbs impacting your roof, but less obvious damage often occurs that requires a Trained Professional to find. Hail strikes, damage to gutters, de-bonded shingles often go unnoticed until deterioration causes significant damage or a later storm triggers much greater damage due to the weakened roof system.
If you suspect you may have storm damage, call us for a free evaluation. If there is a valid claim your roof can be replaced at only the cost of your deductible.
ROOF HAIL DAMAGE
TILE ROOF DAMAGE
ROOF WIND DAMAGE
ROOF OLD AGE
As your roof system ages from exposure to rain and sunlight, it eventually begins to deteriorate.
- Asphalt Shingles, 3-Tab: 15-18 Years
- Asphalt Shingles, Architectural: 24-30 years
- Concrete Tile: 35-50 years
- Built Up & Modified bitumen roofing: 10-16 years
A roof life expectancy can deviate significantly from the average.
- Angle of Roof Slope – Higher pitch roofs tend to last longer
- Quality of Roof Materials – “Economy” roof materials have a shorter life span
- Quality of Workmanship – Improper installation reduces roof life
- Attic Ventilation – A poorly ventilated attics leads to blistering and granule loss
- Trees Near Roof – Tree branches rubbing on a roof will create damage and accumulated debris will reduce the life of the roof
ROOF MOLD DAMAGE
ROOF CURLING DAMAGE
ROOF ROOT DAMAGE
Areas of the roof system where penetrations take place (lead stacks, vents, etc.) are especially vulnerable to roof leaks when installed improperly.
ROOF SKYLIGHT LEAK
ROOF RIDGE CAP LEAK
ROOF VALLEY LEAK