From hail in the winter to heavy rains during hurricane season, every homeowner has to consider the possibility of roof damage after a storm. Roof damage from storms is different from your average roof wear-and-tear, producing damage to shingles with no pattern. It is also likely that roof damage from hail or debris will cause cracks or splits in roof shingles.
Because of the sudden and severe nature of roof damage from storms, it’s a good idea to have a trusted contractor to perform a roof damage inspection when needed.
If you are in immediate need repairs for roof damage after a storm, Powell’ Roofings is on-call for you. Powell’s Roofing’s roof repair specialists have been fixing roof damage in New Jersey since 1999. Our experts are trained to identify and repair any style or design of roof that has been damaged by a storm.
Our team has a reputation for quick responses and repairs that last. Our specialists are certified in the highest quality ShingleMaster for CertainTeed roofing products and have earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Roof damage from hail can cause significant problems to the integrity of any roof, so it is essential to identify and repair any damage quickly. Both asphalt and wood shingles will typically feature no discernable pattern of damage. Hail will usually split wood shingles in different ways, while asphalt shingles may display loss of granule and black marks.
Moss and algae will typically grow on damp and shaded sections of a roof. But it is helpful to maintain moss and algae because their growth can cause severe damage to roof tiles. Your roofing contractor will know the best ways to control growth to prevent serious problems from developing through roof cleanings.
Depending on whether your home has the proper roof damage insurance, you can make a claim. But the easiest way to know your insurance cover is to contact your insurance provider. Powell’s specialists can offer you helpful advice and help guide you through any roof insurance claim process. Contact our team today!