Some obvious signs of hail damage to look for are darkened spots on the roof, knocked off roof granules and loose shingles. If hail is driven by high winds, or lasts for several minutes, hidden damage to the roof’s shingles will start to take place. This results in deterioration of the roof and its life expectancy.
If your roof contains composite materials such as asphalt then the hail damage on your roof could likely worsen. The natural elements will eventually wash away the loose asphalt granules which will cause breaches in the roof system. When this happens the hail damage may manifest as leaks.
You could have options even if your claim for hail damage has been delayed, denied or underpaid. We can help.
This advertisement is made under the public adjuster licensure of Ronald F. Delo Florida License Number: A065774
Toll-Free 24/7: (800) 572-7914
Fax: (877) 679-6485
711 S. Howard Avenue
Tampa, FL 33606