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Wind Damage To Your Roof- Detect, Repair, And Protect

Wind Damage To Your Roof- Detect, Repair, And Protect

No one likes to think about it, but wind damage to your roof can be costly and dangerous. Wind-driven rain can cause leaks and standing water on your roof, which can lead to mold and water damage inside your home. High winds can also tear off loose shingles, expose the roof decking to the elements, and even cause roof collapse. To protect your home and your family, it is important to know how to detect signs of wind damage to your roof and take appropriate steps to address any damage that has occurred.

Signs of wind damage to your roof may include missing or torn shingles, flashing, and chimney caps, as well as damaged gutters and downspouts. In addition, be sure to check your attic for water stains, sagging, and other signs of structural damage.

If you suspect wind damage to your roof, contact a qualified roofer in your area to inspect your roof and determine the extent of the damage. If repairs are necessary, it is best to address them promptly to avoid further damage and costly replacements. Additionally, you may need to hire a professional to inspect other parts of your home interior to check for any water damage or mold growth.

It’s also important to take steps to prevent wind damage to your roof. Setting up wind barriers and trimming back any trees that might fall onto your roof can help protect your home. Additionally, replacing worn shingles and keeping your roof in generally good condition can help to reduce the chances of damage caused by strong winds.

Wind damage to your roof can be costly and dangerous, so it’s important to know what to look for and take action to protect your home. By addressing any signs of damage and taking proactive steps to prevent future damage, you can ensure that your roof and your home are safe and secure.

Matt began his roofing career at the age of 12 working for free for his uncle cleaning/organizing trucks tools. At 16 he began working on the roof for his uncle Jerry Adams of A&B Roofing/Jerry Adams Investments. He learned the fundamentals of various types of roofing including: hot tar, wood shake, shingle, tile as well as composition shingle. He then went to work for C&M Custom Roofing. Looking to expand his knowledge and gain further advancement in the industry he went on to run a crew at Nu Shake Roofing. After Nu Shake he decided to focus his attention on metal roofing and began working for Cal Pac Metal Roofing Co. After that he went on to Cal Neva which was another metal roofing company. Still looking to learn more and push the limits of what he had been taught he moved to the Sierra Nevada mountains where he ran crews for Carter Roofing, Robinson Roofing and Matteson Roofing before finally opening the doors of Warren Roofing in 2008.