Hail Damage Roof Repair

a shingle roof that suffered hail damageHail damage and roofs don’t mix. During a storm, there are many ways that your roof can be damaged — shingles can blow away, falling tree limbs can punch through your roof, or hail can leave it severely battered. If your home has suffered hail damage in Plano, Frisco, or neighboring cities, give us a call right away at 972-471-2700. Untreated hail damage weakens the roof and can cause bigger problems if left untreated for too long.

How Hail Damages a Roof

Your roof is more than just a layer of shingles. It has an entire underlayer of insulation, beams, and plaster. When hail penetrates your roof, it leaves those deeper layers vulnerable to water damage, which can, in turn, cause rot and mildew. Even if the hail just dents your roof, it can cause places for water to pool, which will be problematic over time.

a hand holding hail stones that will cause hail damageIf your business has a flat roof, chances are good that it can withstand much of the damage a hail storm would throw at it. However, it hasĀ an asphalt shingle roof like most residences do, it can get beat up pretty badly. North Texas gets more than its fair share of hail during tornado season, and some of the stones get as big as baseballs, or even grapefruits! No asphalt shingle stands a chance against hail that big, but there are commercial roofing options that will make your roof as weather-resistant as possible.

Hail damage can be deflected by getting a thick layer of insulation on top of your roof. The padding will stop the hail stones from punching through into the deeper layers of the roof system, or even through the ceiling. With a single ply top coat to make it waterproof, foam roofing is a great line of defense against severe storms.

Your Hail Damage Roof Contractor

We are a full-service roofing company, and we will be there for any service you need, no matter the size of the project. If you need us to repair hail damage in Plano, Frisco, or the surrounding areas, give us a call today at 972-471-2700.