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Did you know that a storm does not have to produce hail or rain to cause damage to your roof? Wind alone can cause enough roof damage to warrant a roof replacement. That is why it is essential to check your roof’s condition after every hailstorm, hurricane, thunderstorm, or tornado. The spring weather is most prone to damaging roofs, and these relentless weather patterns can also affect your home’s interior

Wind damage and manufacturers’ insurance

Shingles can be blown off a roof deck by significant wind causing. When the shingles start to come off, you may begin to experience roof leaks and other damages to the inside part of your house. Other damages cannot be easily seen, especially when the adhesive shield, which is a source of water-shedding surface, has been broken.

The good news is that most manufacturers have wind warranty for shingles; that is why you must compare coverage of wind when purchasing shingles for your roof. If the manufacturer states specific wind coverage insurance and the winds that have caused damage to your roof surpass that coverage, you may have to file an insurance claim.

What does storm damage look like?

There are times when the signs of roof damage are apparent. For example, spots of water on your ceiling or missing, buckling, or curled roof shingles. Sometimes you may notice damaged or broken roof flashing, ice damming (during winter), wet walls, etc.

What should you look for?

1. Go to your attic and the ceiling line and look for water damage.
2. Also, look for pealing or loose sealant along penetration points
3. Check the roof’s edges for missing lashing and also along the chimneys, vents, and skylights.
4. The shingles should not have granule buildup. Asphalt shingles can also have dents and dings caused by hail storms.
Even so, there are times when the signs won’t be as noticeable. That is why you need to contact pro roofing experts for the NJ & PA roof storm damage.

Hail damage
Hail storms are not easy to miss because it is not isolated to just one house but rather, the entire neighborhood. Hail can cause indentation by bruising shingles, but this is not easy to spot. You may need professional assistance to confirm the extent of damage your roof may have had after a hail storm. If the hail storm was of a significant amount, and widespread roof damage has been caused, you will need to look into getting roofing contractors with a specialty in “storms.” So, how can you tell if there was hail damage?

1. Cars will have dents on then, among other items in your yard.
2. You will see patterns of round-shaped dents on your shingles’ edges.
3. Your downspout will have a pile of granules.

Falling Debris

You may have noticed that some storms cause debris to fall e.g., tree branches. The roof is usually the first one to get hit by debris. While some debris may be small and practically harmless to your roof, other larger items may cause concern. Identify the parts hit hardest after the storm and then consult NJ & PA roof storm damage, experts.
Signs of damage caused by debris:
1. Cracked shingles.
2. Missing shingles.
3. You will see the debris on your roof’s cracks.
4. The downspout will have granules collected at the end.

What do you do after roof storm damage?
You will first do a minor inspection to identify the parts that have been most damages. You should then contact your insurance agent so that the situation would be assessed. This will help the insurer decide whether or not you should file a claim. Also, make sure that you present receipts for the work done on the house (including those D.I.Y projects you did). Most policies also cover those expenses once you have submitted a claim.

The next step is contacting a roofing company with maintenance specialists who have experience with handing roofs damaged by storms. When doing so, avoid companies that offer to pay your deductible. When planning your roof repair, consider going for traditional or alternative asphalt shingles. This will help prevent a repeat of this occurrence during a storm. The composition or metal shingles are more resistant to damage than traditional shingles used on most roofs.
Keep a lookout for storm chasers

It is a well-known fact that storms have been known to attract dishonest contractors. There are unscrupulous roofing experts who take advantage of your vulnerability after NJ & PA roof storm damage. They will make false promises before work starts or completes. They also insist on full payments first-hand and can even create more damage where there was none to make extra money.
To avoid such people, check with state or local agencies to confirm that your contractor is qualified and licensed to get the job done.

Safety First

You may be tempted to rush to your roof after the NJ & PA roof storm damage to check the damage. Before you do so, consider your safety because, during that time, your roof may be slippery and slick. Even after the ground is dry, your roof is still a dangerous place to be because the structure of the roof may have been compromised. If a large branch hit the roof, the damage may look small at first sight. However, if the decking underneath the shingles has cracked, a single misstep could see you flying through the roof, and this may not end up well for you.

That is why you should first utilize ways of uncovering hidden damage without necessarily having to climb up the roof. After you have exhausted these ways, get professional advice, and request for inspection from a roofing company. Some roofing companies will offer free roof inspection. The good thing is that these roofing experts have various tools to ensure safety during the investigation. Examples, proper shoes, harnesses, safety clothing, and many other methods you may not have when accessing the roof alone.
If you suspect your roof has any damage, do not hesitate to contact professional roofing experts. That will save you tons of work, and you may end up saving more than you would have by attempting to fix it yourself.

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Replacing a residential roof is a labor-intensive project and, depending on the type of roof, could take anywhere from a one day to a few days or more depending on the size and complexity. The time involved is substantially affected by the weather, as well.

Asphalt shingles can be installed properly during cold weather (late fall and winter) only if additional, costly measures are taken. Most asphalt shingle manufactures require that a specialized adhesive is manually applied the each shingle if temperatures are below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Manufacturers of asphalt shingles recommend a pitch of 4/12 or more, but the absolute minimum pitch is 2/12. Pitch is measured in inches of vertical rise of the roof over one foot (12 inches) of horizontal run. So a 4/12 pitch roof rises 4 inchesfor every 12 inches of horizontal run.

Architectural asphalt — These products last about 30 years on average. Wood shingles and shakes — Wood roofing has a target lifetime of 30 years, but it can last much longer under moderate weather conditions.

Material lifespan:

Wood Shake14-20 years
Asphalt Shingle10-30 years (20 is the norm)
Metal/Steel50+ years
Slate50+ years
Tile/Concrete50+ years
Foam25+ years
Built-Up (BUR)25-30 years
Single-Ply30+ years

This may surprise you — metal roofing is often quieter than an asphalt shingle roof. When installed with solid sheathing, a metal roof on your home will actually silence noise from rain, hail and bad weather better than other roofing materials.

The concern about metal roofs attracting lightning strikes is most likely associated with the fact that metal can be an electrical conductor. Even so, metal roofs do not attract lightning and are not struck any more frequently than other roofing materials.

If you have insurance and insurance is paying it is always your deductible, plus upgrades if any.

While a lot of people think that a leaking roof needs to be replaced, this may not be the case unless the roof is old. Missing, cracked, broken, and curling shingles can be repaired and replaced to stop a leak, while older roofs or roofs with multiple leaks or widespread issues should be replaced.

Costs vary greatly depending on the pitch of your roof, the type of shingles you have, what condition the roof is in, and how many layers of shingles you have. The best way to find out the cost is to have a free quote done.

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