Fixing Roof Storm Damage
Roof storm damage refers to any damage to the roof of a building caused by severe weather conditions, such as high winds, heavy rain, hail, or lightning. Storm damage can range from small leaks and missing shingles to more significant structural damage, such as torn flashing or collapsed roof sections. It is important to address roof storm damage as soon as possible to prevent further damage to the roof and the building.
Assessing the Damage
The first step in fixing roof storm damage is to assess the extent of the damage. This can be done by visually inspecting the roof and looking for signs of damage, such as missing shingles, torn flashing, or standing water. It may also be necessary to inspect the interior of the building to identify any leaks or water damage.
It is important to document the damage and take photographs to provide to the insurance company and contractors.