Watch the video above to learn how destructive wind storms can be to a roof. The Northwest is prone to winds 45 mph or higher that can cause severe damage, Glacier offers FREE inspections to assess these damages. Did you know, your storm-damaged roof could be covered under insurance? Ask us how!
Identify the damage
Loose or Missing Shingles
Loose or missing shingles are one of the easiest ways to find out if your roof has wind damage. This causes other shingles to come loose, water damage, and structural damage.
Damaged Soffit or Fascia
Like shingles, soffit and fascia keep water away from the roof, reducing the chances of a leak. Wind can cause cracks, bent areas, or entirely blow off loose fascia.
Curling or Peeling Shingles
Curling shingles have turned up edges, making them look concave. The edge of a roof is its pressure point, making it likely to sustain wind damage.
Granules will be blown away by intense winds as well as hail. The best way to check for granule loss is in your gutters.
Indoor leaks aren’t always the obvious drip in the bucket. Leaks can cause ceiling discoloration, wet spots, and peeling paint.
Why choose stone coated steel roofing?
At Glacier, we focus on installing the best products in the industry. We choose DECRA®, the pioneer of stone-coated steel technology. Learn why stone-coated steel may be the best option for your home.