Seminole Hail Damage
Statewide Roofing your family owned and managed Oklahoma Roofing company are proud to serve the people of Seminole. As your Seminole Hail Damage roofing experts we have emergency teams ready to assist you with your roofing emergency. Simply call Statewide Roofing on 405-790-0109 and talk to one of our live agents who will send a team to protect your valuable property against greater damage.
Are you aware that during a hail storm more than just your vehicles are potentially vulnerable to damage and future repairs? When hail hits, it can damage the roof or covering of your home as well as other personal property. Although hailstorms can be destructive, the amount of damage can vary greatly. Following are some factors that affect the type and degree of damage that may be impacted by a hailstorm, as well as a guide on how to identify hail damage to different types of shingles and roofing materials. If you are unsteady or unsure about getting on your roof call the Seminole Hail Damage experts. We will send experienced expert to evaluate your roof and give you an honest assessment and assist you with any roofing claim.
- Wind – During a hail storm, wind direction and wind speed can vary. Changes in wind conditions can affect the location and severity of hail impacts.
- Size and density – The size of the hailstones can affect the degree of damage, if any, to your property. A hailstone can be as small as a pea, or as large as a softball. Most hailstones do not have smooth edges, which can impact the type of damage they cause.
- Building materials – Building materials absorb hail impacts differently. For example, hail can cause dings in aluminum siding, gutters or asphalt shingles, whereas it can crack vinyl siding or wood shakes. Alternatively, softball-sized hailstones can be dense enough and strong enough to puncture a roof. Additionally, the age and condition of a roof could affect the degree of damage.
- Barriers – The position of neighboring structures and natural barriers, like tree cover, landscaping, fences or adjacent homes can reduce the ability of hail to cause damage.
Statewide Roofing your Seminole Hail Damage and Storm damage roofing experts are here to help you.