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4 Ways Hail Can Damage Your Commercial Roof

8/29/2019 (Permalink)

Dented metal roof due to hail storm Dented metal roof due to hail storm in Canyon City, TX

Common Issues On Your Roof After A Hail Storm

Whether your commercial building in Canyon City, TX, uses metal roofing, Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer roofing, built-up roofing, or another type of popular roofing material, significant roof damage can happen in a hail storm. For this reason, it is very important for business owners to have their commercial roof inspected after being hit by hailstones and to look for the following common issues:

1. Dents and Bruising

Hail damage can manifest itself in several ways and may be either cosmetic or functional. It is very common for metal roofs to be dented when hit by hail. Dark spots on asphalt shingles indicate that roofing granules are missing.

2. Cracks and Punctures

Depending on the durability of the roofing materials used, it is possible for hail to puncture your roof and create cracks and holes on the surface. It is important to quickly patch any holes or replace damaged roofs as this leaves them vulnerable to even more problems occurring.

3. Water Damage

Since hail can cause serious roof damage and lead to punctures, you will need to look for any signs of storm damage to your roof and call a water damage restoration company if necessary. If possible, identify any leaks and fix the issue before extensive water damage or mold growth can occur.

4. Damaged Outdoor Items

Not only can hail damage affect the actual material of your roof, but it can also impact other outdoor items such as the air conditioner, roof vents, chimneys, or skylights. If you have any of these items mounted or installed on your roof, make sure to inspect them for dents or chips.
Many commercial roofs are not designed to stand up to the roof damage that hail can cause, especially if your business is located in an area that does not frequently experience hail. If a hail storm does hit your building, make sure to look for these four types of damage that can occur.

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