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MOST COMMON TYPES OF STORM DAMAGE

HAIL DAMAGE

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Storm damage caused by hail is a serious threat to your roof. Hail damage causes small indentations and holes in your roof's shingles. Once a roof has been damaged by hail, it is not repairable, and there is no such thing as “a little hail damage”. If you suspect your home has been impacted by hail you can call Cover 3 Roofing for a free roof inspection. We'll show you the extent of the damage and if necessary guide you through the process of a roof replacement.

WIND DAMAGE

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Assessing storm damage caused by wind is not so cut and dry. Residential asphalt shingles are designed to self-seal by way of a tar strip adhering to a match point on each shingle. During a windstorm this tar strip can unseal and the shingle can lift. A lifted shingle alone is not considered damaged.  However, if wind-blown debris attaches to the tar strip during the storm and prevents the shingle from re-sealing, then the shingle is damaged beyond repair. A free roof inspection from one of our expert roofers will help identify potential wind damage. 

FLYING DEBRIS

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This is usually a tree branch or similar object which falls, impacts the structure, and causes damage. Don’t assume your roof is fine after a storm simply because it appears to be intact. Most storm damage is not visible from the ground or to the untrained eye. Cover 3 Roofing with provide a free roof inspection to determine if your roof is still working properly and fully protecting your home. .

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