Four Simple Steps To Replace A Damaged Roof


Schedule an inspection & we'll send an inspector to check out your roof. If he/she deems the roof compromised, then you should contact your insurer. 


Once you have made a claim, an adjuster will schedule an appointment to come review the roof. We'll need that date to represent you.

Tear Down

After the adjuster has declared your roof damaged, we will begin removing old shingles/metal.

Build Up

Lastly, we will lay down the new roofing material, and just like that you've got a brand new roof at the cost of your deductible.

Types of Roof Damage


A Wind-Up, likely the most noticeable of all roof damage, is characterized by a shingle that has been creased or broken to an angle by the wind. Aside from giving your roof an unkempt look, wind-ups can expose your roof to leaks, which can lead to unforeseeable damage within your home.

Although this kind of damage is the most sightly of roof damage. Wind-ups typically go undetected for years; leaving home-owners to fight against unpredictable leaks.

Hail Damage

While Wind-Ups can be blunderingly visual. Hail Damage usually eludes even a trained eye on the ground.
In fact, most hail damage is completely invisible from the ground, but can be spotted in large occurrences.

So, if you're experiencing a leak, and your roof looks just fine to you, you most likely have hail damage.

Cracked Flashing

Flashing are slabs and molds of material that protect the openings of your roof from leaks.

Over time, weather can severely damage these pieces and cause the very leaks they protect from.

This kind of damage is another that flies under the radar for months if not years.

Don't wait until water bubbles are forming in your walls. Get your roof checked routinely!

We suggest at least twice a year.