The roof is your home’s first line of defense against the various extreme weather conditions. Storm damage can result from hail, torrential rain, strong winds, the scorching Texas sun and even extreme cold temperatures. Your roof takes a beating 365 days a year. These relentless annual weather conditions can create significant roof damage, causing leaks which lead to the damage of the interior of the home.
Strong winds can result in the deterioration of your shingles, missing shingles, missing flashing and the possibility of debris falling on to your roof. Hail damage can compromise the integrity of your roof. Rain damage can lead to mold, leaks and structural damage within the home. While some signs of storm damage to your roof are obvious, others are not and require a closer inspection. Undetected storm damage can potentially have disastrous results for your home and your pocketbook. It is important to have your roof inspected after a storm to maintain the integrity of your roof and prevent any further storm damage from occurring.