Signs of Wind Damage on Roofing

Whether you’re in need of storm or hail damage repair, the best course of action to take is one that is immediate. Unfortunately, not all homeowners know then to take action, no thanks to not knowing the signs. Fortunately, it’s never too late to learn them, starting with signs of wind damage on roofing.  

What to Look For

  • Missing shingles – This means a portion of your roofing material has already been blown off. Aside from bald sections on your roof, you should also be on the lookout for asphalt shingle pieces on the ground.
  • Thin horizontal lines – Found an inch or two below the shingle above it where shingles have been worn off, this can be indicative of shingle seals breaking. With a shingle flapping in the wind, it could’ve rubbed against the shingle above it, causing the damage. 

The Problem With Wind Damage

Significant wind damage can lead to severe blow-offs that can expose roof decking, causing leaks and other interior damage. Left alone, wind damage on roofing will worsen, leading to even bigger issues down the line. When you suspect wind damage, call a McKinney roofing company right away!

What You Can Do

While inspections are best done by professionals, you can do a preliminary check on your own from the ground. You should also go over your roofing warranty and insurance policy to see if the wind damage you’re dealing with is covered. If you live in an area that sees high winds, make sure your new roof is not only installed properly but that you are using asphalt shingles that are particularly rated for windy conditions.

Want to learn more about your roofing options? Wortham Bros Inc. is your leading choice for dependable roofing products and services. To learn more about what we can do for you, simply give us a call at (972) 960-3135 or fill out our contact form. Request a FREE estimate today! We serve McKinney, TX, and the surrounding communities.

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