Hail forms in a variety of shapes and sizes, many of which cause damage to roofing and other exterior components. Except for truly extreme storm conditions, typical hail damage is not visible from the ground and goes unnoticed to the untrained eye.
This same hail that can go unnoticed to the homeowner will cause shingles and other building components to prematurely fail before their regular service life. If you do not get your roof inspected after a hail storm for damage, it may come with a significant cost in the future.
Insurance companies enforce time limits in which claims can be filed. These time limits are typically one year, but they can be a little as six months depending on your insurance policy. The insurance carriers prefer a qualified professional contractor to verify damage before a claim is filed to prevent unnecessary claims. Legacy Roofing is trained to identify storm damage in accordance with industry standards and are available to service you!
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Signs of Possible Hail Damage
Effects of Hail Damage
Wind damage to roofing systems come in a variety of forms. It you suspect your roof may have wind damage, you may have noticed one of the following items:
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The general quality of roofing products in the manufacturing stages has dramatically improved with advancements in technology. The majority of the wind damage items listed above are not visible from the ground!
If you suspect that your roof system may be damaged from high winds, please contact the experts at Legacy Roofing to schedule a FREE WIND DAMAGE INSPECTION.
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