Could Your Roof Be Damaged from the Recent Hail Storm?

Even a fast-passing hail storm can result in significant damage to your home’s roof. It’s not uncommon in Texas to have up to golf ball size hail that seems to come out of nowhere.

These storms can cause thousands of dollars of damage in just a matter of minutes. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to detect damage from the ground, and just because you don’t have a leak doesn’t mean there’s not a problem.

Keep in mind the hail can cause damage to other parts of your home like your siding, windows, AC units or other buildings (like sheds or barns) on your property which you’ll want to make sure are all functioning properly. 

Spotting shingle damage from the ground can be nearly impossible— but lucky for you, roofers like us here at GAL-TECH, perform free inspections to check for possible damage. 

What you should do if your home’s been in a hail storm?

If your home or business experience hail of any kind, there’s no harm in having it checked out. If your roof is okay, you’ll have peace of mind—but if there is damage you’ll want to have it taken care of as quickly as possible.

It’s important to document everything for your insurance claim, including: date and time of the storm, photos, obvious signs of damage, etc. With a free inspection from GAL-TECH Roofing, we’ll make sure you have everything in place to protect yourself and ensure your insurance claim has everything it needs. We’ve worked with nearly every insurance company out there and have the experience to know what you’ll need to have in place.

Schedule a free inspection with GAL-TECH Roofing and ensure your home hasn’t been damaged.  We’ll be glad to work with your insurance company and even meet a claims adjuster on your behalf so you don’t have to miss work. 

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