The Most Obvious Signs of Roof Hail Damage a Contractor Will Look For

Everyone has experienced a hail storm at one point or another no matter where they are from. Hail can occur in any area of the country and more often than we want. Sometimes people do not realize the severe damage that hail can cause to your home. Some hail is very small like a pea, but it can also be golf ball sized hail which could be extremely dangerous. All sizes of hail can cause divots and bruises to your roof, siding or windows. This damage can decrease the value of your home. Learn the obvious signs of roof hail damage that contractors will look for.

It only takes one hailstorm to do considerable damage to the exterior of your home and decrease the value of it. It can also lead to more expensive problems such as water damage. It is important to assess the damage as soon as you can and make the necessary repairs.

What to Look for Outside Your Home for Hail Damage

  • Dented gutters
  • Dented mailbox or other outdoor furniture
  • Marks on siding
  • Cracked glass on windows
  • Paint damage
  • Dented air conditioning unit
  • Damaged or rotten wood

What to Look for Inside Your Home for Hail Damage

  • Watermarks on the ceiling
  • Water seepage in insulation in the attic
  • Mold on walls or ceiling

We do not advise to climb on the roof if you do not have the proper gear or experience. Let the experts help and call SMART Construction for a free inspection.

What to Look for on Your Roof for Hail Damage

  • Cracked skylights
  • Dented chimney covers
  • Missing shingles
  • Dented or curled shingles
  • Marked up satellite dish

If you have recently experienced a hail storm and have seen any of these obvious signs of roof hail damage, call SMART Construction & Remodeling INC. today to set up your free roof hail damage inspection!

We provide roofing services to Apple Valley, Blaine, Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Eden Prairie, Edina, Elk River, Forest Lake, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville, Maple Grove, Minneapolis and Minnetonka, Minnesota.