Hail Damage Roof Repair Fort Worth
What Does Hail Do?
1/2″ – Few, if any, roofs damaged.
Bushes and trees’ leaves stripped, crops damaged. Oxidation coatings on paint wood, metal spattered. This aluminum vents, fins on air conditioning units, lead sleeves on soil stacks, window screens, aluminum awnings dented.
3/4″ – Threshold size for damage to roll roofing and deteriorated asphalt composition shingles, especially where unsupported.
Painted wood surfaces, deteriorated gray-black slates (especially at corners) chipped. Most aluminum vents, flashings, valleys, siding dented.
1″ – Threshold size for damage to most lightweight asphalt composition shingles.
Thin and/or deteriorated wood shingles, shakes occasionally punctured or cracked. Single-pane windows, thin skylight shells cracked or broken.
1 – 1/4″ – Threshold size for damage to most heavy weight asphalt composition shingles, wood shingles, and older medium shakes.
Automobile body metal dented; galvanized metal vents dented. Older plastic skylights cracked or broken.
1 – 1/2″ – Threshold size for damage to clay tile, slate, medium shakes, and modified bitumen single-ply membranes.
Automobile body metal extensive denting.
1 – 3/4″ – Threshold size for damage to heavy shakes and concrete tiles.
Metal vents caved in. Bare spots and blisters on deteriorated built-up roofs bruised or punctured.
2″ – Threshold size for damage to jumbo shakes, well-supported unballasted built-up roofing, and unballasted epdm.
2 – 1/2″ – Threshold size for damage to well-supported ballasted built-up.
How does it affect me?