What to do About Wind Damage to Your Roof
High winds can tear shingles or send them sailing off your roof. It can also curl or lift shingles, breaking the seal between them. When this happens your underlayment is exposed, leaving your roof's structure vulnerable to the elements.
Follow this short checklist after a storm to make sure your roof maintains its integrity, and to mitigate any damage it may sustain.
No matter who you choose for your roof inspection and/or roof repair, you will want to vet your vendor. Choose a roofing company that is in good standing with the Better Business Bureau, and with a reputable roofing manufacturer. (Joye Roofing holds an A+ with the BBB, and we are a Preferred Contractor through Owens Corning as well as CertainTeed.)
So stay safe during a storm, and make sure you inspect and take notes promptly afterward.
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Derek Joye has been roofing homes and businesses in the Midlands for over 20 years.