Is your roof damaged from hail storm?

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Hail damage accounts for a lot of destruction to the roofs. It becomes crucial to identify whether your roof has a sufficient hail damage to get it repaired.

Here at DFW Roofing Pro, the staff guides you the best when it is required to get your roof repaired from hail storms or hail. Identifying functional hail damage is both complex and important which is secured under insurance cover. Insurance companies will determine that the time of the damage, whether recent or past or a combination of multiple incidents over the roof.

Hail damage will particularly dent the soft metals on your roof before it damages your shingles. Give a proper check to the vinyl trim around your windows and the flashing on the rooftops. Hail damage is accounted in terms of degrees of damage viz. bruising, removal of edge, loss of granule, wood splitting, and breaking of the asphalt under layer.

The slope of your roof and the course of the storm result in hail damage to one side of your roof and not the other. Upright impacts will cause the high damage. When installing up a new roof, get to know the score of your shingle. Class 1 includes least hail resistant while Class 4 is most resistant shingle. Newer shingles hold up better than older shingles.

Nationwide, hail causes more than $ one billion in damage per year that also in roof damage only. Checking the ridge cap of the roof for dents is essential. It is the most damaging prone areas as it is flat and will get a direct hit during hailstorm.

Next is to find the missing parts in the asphalt of the rooftop. Check the areas on the shingle which are exposed and turned black. It leads to knocking off the granules of the asphalt by something. Also search for staining in the shingles. Many a times, dents are not completely visible. Running a hand over it to feel for small depressions in the surface!

So, these are the best ways to identify that your roof is damaged by hail and you can ask for insurance help accordingly.

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