Wind Damage Roof Repair

Torn Off Shingles

Shingles are Particularly Susceptible to Wind Damage. Watch Out for Elevated Sections!

When considering storm damage, many people consider only rain and hail can cause extensive damage to their roofing system. Damage can be caused by high winds mangling your material and letting rain and hail to assault your roof system. Wind travels along your roofing, attacking the corners and loose materials, making and taking advantage of weak points as it travels. Your home becomes vulnerable to water and rain when your roof deck and insulation are uncovered, creating mold, mildew, and wood rot. If you have trees or debris near, they can also attack your roofing system when winds are powerful enough. This can lead to scoring and scuffs across your roofing's structure. Water can remain in your gutter system to cause wear when debris plugs your downspout and gutters. As your roof system's protections diminish, this can have an even more devastating result causing pervasive damage.

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Elevated Shingles

Elevated Roof Sections are Vulnerable to Further Damage from Extreme Winds.

Inspect for Wind Damage

There is an easy inspection you can complete to determine if you need roof wind damage repair for your property. Check your roof and assess if any material is missing or loose. More damage can be caused by the weakened state of your roof system when high winds mangle all of your protection. Curling, damage, and moisture retention on your residual roofing material can be an indicator that your roof system structure is damaged and may have a leak. Debris and tree limbs may also make scoring along the surface. Your roofing structure can have even more grievous damage covered beneath layers of materials.

For an inside inspection, take a look at your roofing structure from inside your attic to uncover any leaks or damage not easily apparent from the outside inspection. To ensure that all damage is discovered, have our roofing contractors inspect your roof thoroughly. Roof wind damage repair completed by our team gets your roof back defending your home and strengthened against the next storm. To chat with one of our licensed roofing contractors about your roofing repair requirements and roof wind damage repair in Houston, TX and the surrounding area, contact Andy Nichols Roofing today at 281-300-4363!