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Hail Damage

Hail storms can be one of the most threatening forces when it comes to your roof’s condition. Due to the high impact of hail stones, shingles and other parts of your roof, such as your gutters, flashing and downspouts, will suffer damage. This can cause water to pool in the affected areas and lead to severe structural damage.

The sooner you address hail damage, the better. The team at Villa-Lux Roofing will restore your roof efficiently and professionally. We use tools such as Sky measures, which scales damaged roofs for accurate measurements, to precisely locate and repair damage to your property.

Is hail damage a serious issue?

Yes! Even moderate hail damage can compromise a roof. Even a new roof needs to be double checked after a hard storm in order to determine if it was built to standard.

What happens when Villa-Lux comes out to inspect for hail damage?

After we show up on site, we’ll assess the damage to your roof and file the appropriate property claim. We have access to technology that provides insurance companies with accurate estimates. We will then meet with your adjuster for the inspection to help determine the damage and ensure their property assessment matches ours.

What do I do if I noticed leaking as a result of hail damage in the future?
A leaking roof is a bad thing. However, it doesn’t necessarily warrant a complete roof replacement. How much repair and work needs to be done on your roof depends on the level of damage caused by leaking. Talking to our team is the best way to know whether only minor repair OR a full roof replacement is necessary.

There are many problems that can lead to roof leaking, which is why it’s important to inspect your roof periodically and check for common warning signs. You can perform this inspection yourself, but it is a good idea to hire Villa-Lax Roofing at least once a year to check for any serious roof problems.

How long will a new roof last?

20 Years. That is the life expectancy of the average roof system.

The life span of a roof system is determine by a number of factors, like: roof system design, building structure, material quality, material suitability, proper installation, periodic maintenance, local climate, and much more. Material quality is especially important because some roof system types such as clay tile, slate and (certain) metal can last longer.

When choosing the materials for a new roof, make sure to check the warranties on the materials. Most roofing manufacturers offer warranties on their products and you should be wary of any manufacturer that doesn’t.

Do you need help with your roofing work?

Contact us today for a free cost estimate!