Hail can damage your roof and your home, but it may go unnoticed. If hail damage goes unnoticed, it can possibly lead to bigger problems. Some of the best places to look for hail damage include:
Window screens: Window screens are thin and will show evidence of hail damage. Examining your window screens will allow you to gauge how big the hail was and how hard it may have hit your home.
Windows: If the hail damaged your window, it will show the hail’s impact on your home. Most recent window installations are durable and provide sturdy windows, so if there was damage done to your window, get a new pane for your window first and then call a roofing company.
Gutters: Gutters are made of thin metal and will show damage easily. Also, because gutters are so close to the roof, you may not be able to see the damage. If you suspect hail damaged your roof, hire a professional roofing company to inspect the gutter and roof damage.
Soft metals: If you have any soft metals around your house, you can look at the metal to see the extent of the damage. Soft metals are easily indented and show how large the hail was and how much damage it did.
Chipped paint: If your house is painted, look to see if any of the paint is chipped. Hail can chip paint right off the wall.
Siding: Examine your house’s siding to see if there are any dents or indentations. If the hail blew in at an angle, damage will be apparent.
Contact Robbins Roofing if you experience hail damage to your home or vehicle. For a free quote or to schedule your roof inspection, contact Robbins Roofing. We have more than 60 years of combined roofing experience in the Oklahoma area. If you choose Robbins Roofing, you choose quality, craftsmanship, and great service.