How do I know I have hail damage? That seems to be quite a common questions these days after the recent storms that blew through the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex
and the surrounding areas.
So then, how DO you know it you have hail damage? To the trained eye,
hail damage can be easy to spot to your roof, gutters, fascia, AC units, or
other aluminum around your property. But to the average homeowner who rarely
looks at those things, it can often go unforeseen.
Above All Roofing can help!
Typically when hard hail, like what we experience in the Dallas
area impacts your shingled roof at high velocity, it creates a small
indentation in the shingle and is often surrounded a dark circle which resemble
a bruise. Sometimes, the hail can actually puncture the shingle entirely. When
we at Above All Roofing inspect your roof for hail damage, we look for a range
of 7-10 identifiable hail hits on at least two separate slops of your roof to
consider filing a replacement claim with your insurance provider.
If you think that your roof may have been damaged by the recent hail and
wind storm, please contact Above All Roofing today for a free, no obligation
inspection report. We have been in business a long time and have certified hail
damage and insurance claim specialists ready to help you with your claim.
Don’t wait to long because or let the damage go unnoticed. Unfortunately,
some people let it go too long without having a hail damage expert look to
verify the damage and will not be able to claim the loss in damages from their
We would be happy to take a look and see if your roof was one of the many
in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area that were affected by the hail storm.
And a special note to our DFW clients, we appreciate the trust you’ve
placed in is in handling your repairs.
Here are 3 key ways you can quickly
check to see if you may have experienced hail damage to your home:
- After a hailstorm, check the downspouts that drain your gutters to see if
there may be granules from your roof there.
- Look at your AC Unit or your guttering system to see if you can identify any
- Look on your ceilings or walls to see if you notice any premature or sudden
leaking that could be coming in through your roof.