Hail Damage Roof Repair
Wind Damage Roof Repair
Storm damage is caused by more than rain and hail. Roof damage can be caused by high winds tearing your roof materials off and letting rain and hail in to harm your roof. The corners of your roof and unsecured materials are exploited as weak points in your roofing system when wind travels across the surface. Your house or business becomes vulnerable to water and rain when your roof system deck and insulation are unprotected, making your roof more susceptible to mold, mildew, and wood rot.
High winds can even strike your roof system with debris and tree limbs. Depending on the size, these can create roof damages that notch, wear, and scuff your roofing. Debris can even travel down your roof into your gutter system, clogging up the downspout and stopping water from flowing off the roof. As your roof system’s protections fade, these hazards can have an even more devastating effect causing pervasive damage.
Check to See if Your Roof Has Been Effected by A Recent Storm
Most hail damage is invisible from the street, which is why Capital Construction offers a free Storm damage inspection. Damage can occur from hail as small as 1 an inch in size. Use our free tool to take a look at weather data in your area and know if your home has been effected by a recent storm.
It All Starts With a Free Roof Inspection
The best thing to do is to have a roofer inspect your roof system and complete any roof hail damage repair before the next storm occurs. Hail damage, when left un-repaired, can cause mold, mildew, and wood rot to damage your roof system and house structure. Stop these problems in their tracks when you have an experienced roofing contractor inspect and finish roof repair on your roof system. For top-notch hail damage roof repair in Minnesota, call the professionals at Capital Construction