High wind can tear and remove shingles, leaving the roof deck, underlayment, or old shingles from a previous roof exposed to the elements.
Wind can also lift and curl shingles by breaking the seal that bonds them together, having your roof vulnerable to wind-driven rain.
Hail can leave dents or pockmarks in shingles, dislodging the protective granules that protect against rain and sun damage.
Shingles are designed to protect against the weather, but the wind, rain and hail that often accompany a storm can cause damage. It’s also important to remember that not all storm damage is obvious and that hidden damage can cause problems after weeks or even months after a storm. To be sure you don’t have hidden damage, Global Adjusting Co. can provide an honest assessment by taking a throughout inspection tour or your roof to point out the specific damage that needs repair.