What’s changed with your roof? A roof inspection may not be the most important priority when you’re in the middle of a storm. However, it’s smart to give it a check-up in the aftermath of a particularly severe storm, such as a tornado or hailstorm. It’s a great idea to climb a ladder to reach the roof can be fun, but not the whole thing, but what type of damage will you be looking for after a hail storm? What do hail damage to a roof even seem like? This video explains what you must look for.
In the beginning, you’ll need to look for big spots that show the grain of asphalt shingle has been worn away. The spots are generally quite noticeable however on a cloudy day, they may be difficult to spot, so bring a flashlight to get the most accurate perspective. Also, it is important to look at the underside of the shingles, to make sure some are not knocked off. Tiles which have been struck particularly roughly have a tendency to fall away shortly following being hit, which is why they must be repaired quickly. Also, you can make circles using chalk around the damaged areas in order in order to assist the repair.