Signs of Roof Damage After A Storm

We’ve already experienced the power of several thunderstorms rolling through Ohio. And the time to call for roof repair is soon after you can assess your roof damage.

Most of us watched the drama unfolding outside from the safety of our homes. But our roofs had to take the full brunt of Mother Nature’s fury.


Roof Repair

For the most part, when roofing materials are in good condition, they’re well able to withstand the stress of a major storm. Over time, however, natural wear and tear from the elements will weaken these materials. This will leave them susceptible to damaging hail, powerful gusts of wind, and heavy rains.

For this reason, it’s extremely important to have your roof checked out by an experienced roofing contractor like Muth & Company Roofing.

Common Signs of Roof Damage

Here are the most common types of damage you should look for after a particularly severe storm. Or when a roof is aging or improperly maintained.

  • Missing and displaced asphalt shingles
  • Impact damage to shingles
  • Stripped roofing
  • Water leaks
  • Lightning damage
  • Damage or destruction caused by fallen trees or other debris

The Importance of Quick Action

After a severe storm involving hail and strong winds, it’s imperative to have your gutters, roof and siding inspected for damage by a professional. Storm damage is not always immediately obvious to the untrained eye, and without prompt roof repairs, the problems listed above can compromise your roof’s protective ability, opening up your home and all your belongings to the potential for costly water damage.

At Muth & Company Roofing, we provide FREE estimates for roof repair in the Columbus area. In the event of damage, we will be happy to meet with your claims adjuster. This will ensure all issues are identified. Don’t delay calling us at (614) 682-3060 after damaging storms for information regarding our emergency services and insurance claim assistance. For a hole in your roof or a whole new roof, choose Muth & Company Roofing!

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