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Storm Damage

While your roof is designed to withstand the elements, some storms are more intense than others. There are signs to look for when you believe there may be storm damage. Please be safe when inspecting your roof. Consider viewing from a window inside the house or use binoculars from the ground. If in doubt, call High Performance Restoration LLC.

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Wind Damage

Significant wind can cause shingles to blow off the roof deck. Missing shingles can lead to leaks and other interior damage. Other wind damage may not be easy to see, especially if the adhesive seal that provides a water-shedding surface is broken. Always be safe when checking for roof damage. Call High Performance Restoration LLC for assistance.

All manufacturers publish a wind warranty on their shingles; it is important to compare the wind coverage when making your shingle selection on a new roof. If the winds that caused the shingle damage were above the manufacturer’s wind coverage, you’ll need to file an insurance claim. If they were not, contact the shingle manufacturer to file a claim.

Potential Signs of Wind Damage: Missing Shingles. Thin horizontal lines where granules have been worn off about 1-2 inches beneath the shingle above; this could indicate that the shingle seal was broken and the shingle was flapping in the wind rubbing against the shingle above it. To be effective against the elements, shingles must be sealed to each other as one water tight roof deck.

Wind Damage

Significant wind can cause shingles to blow off the roof deck. Missing shingles can lead to leaks and other interior damage. Other wind damage may not be easy to see, especially if the adhesive seal that provides a water-shedding surface is broken. Always be safe when checking for roof damage. Call High Performance Restoration LLC for assistance.

All manufacturers publish a wind warranty on their shingles; it is important to compare the wind coverage when making your shingle selection on a new roof. If the winds that caused the shingle damage were above the manufacturer’s wind coverage, you’ll need to file an insurance claim. If they were not, contact the shingle manufacturer to file a claim.

Potential Signs of Wind Damage: Missing Shingles. Thin horizontal lines where granules have been worn off about 1-2 inches beneath the shingle above; this could indicate that the shingle seal was broken and the shingle was flapping in the wind rubbing against the shingle above it. To be effective against the elements, shingles must be sealed to each other as one water tight roof deck.

Hail Damage

If You See Any Hail Damage, Contact HPR Immediately Before Damages Can Get Worse

Usually hail is not something that you can miss—it is typically a widespread weather event in a neighborhood and not isolated to just one house on the block. Hail can bruise a shingle causing an indentation that may be hard to see but that can crack the shingle allowing water to infiltrate over time. You may need the assistance of a professional roofing contractor to determine the scope of the damage. If you have hail damage, you will need to file an insurance claim. 

Potential signs of hail damage: Other collateral hail damage around the house; dents on cars or other items on your house or in your yard, a distinct pattern of small round-shaped divots on the edges of the shingles, indentations in the shingle where granules are missing, a large pile of granules at the end of your downspout; a small amount is normal, especially on new shingles.

If You See Any Hail Damage, Contact HPR Immediately Before Damages Can Get Worse

Hail Damage

If You See Any Hail Damage, Contact HPR Immediately Before Damages Can Get Worse

Usually hail is not something that you can miss—it is typically a widespread weather event in a neighborhood and not isolated to just one house on the block. Hail can bruise a shingle causing an indentation that may be hard to see but that can crack the shingle allowing water to infiltrate over time. You may need the assistance of a professional roofing contractor to determine the scope of the damage. If you have hail damage, you will need to file an insurance claim. 

Potential signs of hail damage: Other collateral hail damage around the house; dents on cars or other items on your house or in your yard, a distinct pattern of small round-shaped divots on the edges of the shingles, indentations in the shingle where granules are missing, a large pile of granules at the end of your downspout; a small amount is normal, especially on new shingles.

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Falling Debris

During some storms tree branches or other failing debris can land on your roof. Some items are small and won’t cause an issue—other items are so large that you will naturally be concerned about damage. Use your best judgment. High Performance Restoration LLC is a professional roofing contractor and we can inspect your roof for damage at no cost. If you have damage from debris on your roof, we can help you file an insurance claim.

Potential Signs of debris damage: Visual identification of debris on the roof deck, missing shingles, cracked shingles, a large pile of granules at the end of your downspout; a small amount is normal, especially for new shingles.

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Whether your roof is nearing the end of its lifespan or you’ve noticed that it’s damaged, we can help. Call us at 469-459-0855 to schedule your free roof inspection. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a free quote for the cost of residential roofing repairs or replacement.

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