Roof Hail Damage Repair in Metro Atlanta

Hail storms can cause severe damage to your residential property, and as the first line of defense against the elements, the roof usually takes the worst part.

Even if your roof is relatively new or in excellent shape, sometimes hail damage is just inevitable. That is why, when a hail storm passes over your neighborhood, it is essential to contact a qualified roofing contractor that is experienced with roof storm damage restoration and insurance claims to help you with a free roof inspection to assess the situation.

When a storm hits and you start suspecting your roof might be damaged, it's worthwhile calling a local roofing company to assist with assessing the damage caused by the hail storm. A roof inspection can effectively spot any hail damage to your roof and find a workable solution (like a roof repair or a full roof replacement) to avoid the enormous costs of late detection of roofing problems.

Similarly, in case hail damage to your roof is severe, a licensed roofer can tell whether you have a good case to file a roofing insurance claim and get a new roof paid for by your insurance company.

How Bad Is Hail Damage To Your Roof?

High winds combined with hail are a recipe for the destruction of your roof. The roofs' reliability can be severely affected since the hail targets to weaken the roof seals. A roof with weakened seals starts to loose shingles, with the pieces falling off and leaving your roof exposed to leaks which cause more problems.

Hence, it doesn't matter if you think that a recent hail storm in your area did very little roof damage; it is always good to get a professional opinion and avoid facing expensive consequences caused by negligence.

Identifying Roof Hail Damage 

A hail storm can leave a trail of destruction in its wake. How can you tell if your home was in the path?

Hail less than one inch typically damages the vinyl siding, window screens, metal fascia, and the deck's paint. Due to their small size, homeowners may not detect the hails impact; that's why we emphasize booking a Free Roof Inspection to accurately identify hail damage to your roof.

Look for signs of damage to your home's exterior:

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  • Dents on the mailbox
  • Holes in your window screens
  • Dents in the outside A/C unit
  • Dents in the gutters
  • Chips off the deck handrail

If you see any of this type of damage, your roof shingles may have sustained damage as well.

Visible signs of hail damage on a shingle roof include the loss of granules, which occurs when smaller hail hits your roof carried by strong winds. On the other hand, the inspector my spot black colored dots on the shingles, which indicate where the hail hit when it landed on your roof.

Accordingly, the most prominent spots suggest larger hailstones hit the areas. The impact of the hail increases with the increase in hail size, with hail sizes of up to two inches being able to penetrate the softer parts of the roof and causing significant hail damage. In severe cases, a hail stones range up to 8 inches, giving them a high potential for destroying anything they land on.

Don't wait to get your roof inspected after a severe hail storm. When you contact Pro Roofing & Siding, you will receive a thorough report of any sign of hail damage found on your roof, as well as a Free Estimate of what it will cost to fix it. 

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The professional technicians at Pro Roofing and Siding have the proper training and certifications to help you with your roof hail damage restoration needs. Contact us to request a Free Estimate!

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Repairing a Roof Hail Damage

After the inspection, a professional roofing contractor can tell the extent of storm damage and thus easily come up with a scope for the repair work. Based on the extent of the damage, the repair can range from replacing some asphalt shingles to replacing the entire roof. Lack of quality inspection may end up costing you if you follow incorrect repair recommendations.

If a roofing contractor finds sustained hail damage, you might as well consider calling your insurance company. Still, having a comprehensive damage report and Free Estimate from a licensed roofer will certainly save you time and help expedite your insurance claim and give you better chances to get your roof replacement work paid for by your homeowner's insurance.

Dangers of Ignoring Hail Damage

An ignored repair on a hail damaged roof has ripple effects that will require more repair and be more costly. A broken shingle will lead to a leak in your ceiling, leading to mold damage, rotting and electrical damage, which will cost much more to repair. These damages can be hard to spot, and you may risk noticing them when the damage is extensive and too costly to repair.

If you need help identifying hail damage to roof, we at pro roofing & siding encourage you to book an inspection with your local roof contractor. Proactive inspection with Pro Roofing & Siding professionals will guarantee your roof serves you well.

We have over 10 years of experience in the roofing industry. We have helped thousands of homeowners in the Metro Atlanta area identifying hail damage and filing insurance claims.

Our roofing professionals will provide you with all the paperwork you need for your insurance company, a Free Estimate on Roof Repair or Full Roof Replacement. Additionally, we can be present during your meeting with the insurance adjuster to make sure you receive the compensation needed to effectively address hail roof damage to your asphalt shingles. 

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Cobb County

  • Marietta, GA
  • Kennesaw, GA
  • Powder Springs, GA
  • Smyrna, GA
  • Mableton, GA

Fulton County

  • Alpharetta, GA
  • Roswell, GA
  • Sandy Springs, GA

Cherokee County

  • Canton, GA
  • Waleska, GA
  • Woodstock, GA

DeKalb County

  • Brookhaven, GA
  • Clarkston, GA
  • Decatur, GA
  • Dunwoody, GA
  • Stone Mountain, GA

Gwinnett County

  • Buford, GA
  • Duluth, GA
  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Suwanee, GA
  • Snellville, GA

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