Residential Roof Damage
Building & Repairing Roofs in the Austin, Elgin, and Central Texas Region for Over 25 Years
Residential Roof Damage
Roof Damage can be very costly. Because your roof is on top of your house and out of sight, it can go neglected for years. Under normal circumstances, your roof should be inspected once a year at the very least. If you suspect any roof damage after a storm, however, you should hire a professional roof service to inspect your roof as soon as possible. A damaged roof can be a pain to fix, but it can cause even more severe damage to the rest of your home if left in disrepair.
Hail Damage – The effects of hail roof damage can differ according to a range of factors: hail size, wind speed, wind direction, the material of the roof, age of materials, and slope all affect the possible roof damage that occurs during a hail storm. Hail damage is bad for a roof when it leads to roof leaks and other issues.
Storm Damage – Strong winds, heavy rains, scorching sun, and massive snowfall – your home’s roof takes a beating 365 days a year. The cumulative effect of all these annual and relentless weather events can cause leaks that create significant roof damage and can impact your home’s interior.
Wind Damage – Some of the biggest dangers of wind storms are the deterioration of your shingles and the possibility of debris falling onto your roof and damaging it. Shingles can lift, come off, be punctured, and leave spots open for leaks to come to the next rainstorm.
Three Common Types of Roof Damage
Weak Flashing: When a roof has developed a leak, the flashing has likely been damaged or cracked. Flashing is thin bits of metal installed below shingles and joints to create a barrier to keep the water out. If the flashing has been damaged and no longer appropriately fastened, it will not be water-resistant. Tar is used to seal flashing and corrode over time, leaving your roof vulnerable to water leaks.
Wind Damage: During storms, damaged flashing can cause shingles to blow off and seams to open. As wind damage gets worse, it can compound the cost of roofing repair and maintenance.
Water Damage: Leaks generally occur due to storm damage such as heavy rainfall, hail, or snow accumulation. If you live in an area that sees heavy storms, high winds, and hail, you should consider having your roof inspected for damage after every significant storm.
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