Roof Repair performed by a Rooftop Genius

Storm Damage and other Rooftop Issues

Roof Issues: From small repairs to major structural storm damage, we’ll work with your insurance company to expedite your claims.

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Storm Damage

Whether storm damage has left you with a few missing shingles or a gaping hole in your roof, the faster repairs can get underway, the better. Once the ability of your roof to protect your home has been compromised, even the smallest flaw can quickly worsen or spread. To make sure that your roof gets properly restored to its original condition, you need a team of highly trained roofing contractors you can trust!

Storms can strike at any moment, day or night, leaving your home devastated by wind and hail damage. Fortunately, you don’t have to wait until normal business hours to get repairs underway. Contact us anytime you need us for an emergency roof repair.

Hail Damage

Hail damage can vary greatly – from small dents to bullet size holes that penetrate all the way through your roof.

Rooftop damage from hail usually isn’t visible from the ground. So, if a hail storm moves through your neighborhood, call us right away for a complimentary rooftop assessment. 

Wind Damage

Wind is great for flying kites and hang gliding, but not so great for roofing. Severe storms are often accompanied by wind strong enough to topple giant trees and peel back shingles, putting your whole home at serious risk. No matter the extent of the wind damage your roof sustains, you need to act fast.

Rooftop Issues

Ceiling Spots (1)

Ceiling spots are caused by leaks in your roof. To determine what’s causing the leak, our Rooftop Experts check:

  • The roof for damage shingles
  • The chimney and vents for cracks in the flashing
  • The attic and crawlspace for leaks
  • The rafters for leaks that have traveled from the original source

Algae Growth (2)

Algae growth occurs when airborne algae is deposited on the roof. It’s a common problem in warm, humid climates.

Shingle Curling (3)

Curling is caused by inadequate ventilation, improper felt backing, or lack of back coating.

Buckling (4)

Buckling is caused by improperly applied felt or movement in a deck, while curling is caused by under saturation of felt in organic-based shingles.

Damaged shingles (5)

Damaged shingles are caused by exposure to high wind or improper fastening. They may be replaced individually, but it’s not recommended.

Rotting Decking and Facias (6)

Rotting is a common problem with organic-based shingles and is caused when moisture is absorbed at the core of the shingle.

Flashing (7)

Damaged flashing is the result of improper installation or drying and cracking. you might be able to replace it without replacing the roof.

Missing Granules (8)

Missing granules on an aging shingle indicates the shingle needs to be replaced. On new shingles, a certain number of missing granules is normal.

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