Hail Damage

Hail Damage

Hail refers to large pellets of frozen rain that come down forcefully as showers. Hail can cause damage to the roof as well as other personal property when it hits. When the hail hits the roof it causes small lumps in the shingle. It crashes down onto the roof knocking away the particles from the impact area. In so doing, it compacts layers of fiberglass into a small hole. At the start, this does not appear to be a big issue. However, continued hails on the roof widen the created divots as well as adding more into the roof. The shingles start to erode when it rains and water runs over the divots. The water continues eroding the shingles to a point where the bottom layers of the roof are affected. This is the time when the damage becomes serious thus causing leakages.

On the other hand, there are various advantages of using the best local Marietta roofing company to check your roof. First, it is easy to confirm the quality of a local roofer. This is because the actual clients are very close to you thus giving credit where it deserves. Secondly, the use of local roofer makes communication and services easier. It becomes easy to call the roofer or stop by the office and request for the services when required. This promotes efficiency in handling roof problems when they arise instead of waiting for so long to get a roofer from anywhere. As a result, it helps one to easily prevent damages from the roof immediately when they are spotted. Furthermore, working with a local roofer gives one an opportunity to have recourse in an event where a claim against the warrant is necessary.

Bibliography

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Hohl, Roman, Hans-Heinrich Schiesser, and Dörte Aller. "Hailfall: The Relationship Between Radar- Derived Hail Kinetic Energy And Hail Damage To Buildings." Atmospheric Research 63.3-4 (2002): 177-207. Web.