Roofing tip: Wind Damage

Posted by Chaya Kurtz | G+ | Mar 22, 2013

According to Austin roofer Holden Roofing, these are the signs of wind damage to a roof that you should look for: Missing shingles and lifted shingles (missing glue seals). Asphalt shingles are adhered to the roof with a strip of adhesive. When the wind blows one shingle off of the roof, it makes the whole group of shingles that it is adhered with weaker.

Missing shingles on the roof of a house where a tornado passed by. (Photo: Robert Lawton/Wikimedia Commons)

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