Storm Damage Roof Repair in the Greater DMV Area
Get Peace of Mind With Hyper Roofing
Heavy rains and storms are common in the Waldorf area, capable of wreaking havoc on your roofing system in no time. At Hyper Roofing, we understand how difficult it can be to face unexpected roof damage due to a storm. That’s why we offer the full-service storm damage solutions that DMV-area families need to keep the roof over their heads in top condition.
With our team of specially trained roofing technicians and our on-staff insurance adjuster, we make managing storm damage to your roof easy and stress-free.
We’ll start by assessing the extent of damage to your roofing system. Call 301-636-0986 to request a free roof inspection today.
6 Signs of Storm Damage to Your Roof
Sometimes storm damage is obvious — but not always. How do you know if minor damage to your roof warrants an insurance claim? It’s time to call a roofing company after a storm hits if you notice:
- Missing shingles: It’s common for harsh winds to tear off roof shingles. Luckily, Hyper Roofing can repair any missing shingles with ease.
- Curled or cracked shingles: If you see any shingles that are cracked or curled, this is also a sign that your roof may have been damaged.
- Visible water damage: If you see any water damage on your ceiling or walls, the storm may have caused a leak in your roof.
- Loose or damaged flashing: Roof flashing is the material used to seal around chimneys, vents, and other openings in your roof. Loose or damaged flashing should be repaired ASAP.
- Damaged gutters or downspouts: Gutters and downspouts help keep water away from your foundation. Heavy wind or rainfall can cause gutters to bend or break off completely.
- Tree branches or other debris on your roof: One of the most common issues after a storm is debris on your roof. It might be as simple as cleaning off a few branches, but heavy limbs and debris could cause serious damage to your roof.
Call Hyper Roofing right away at 301-636-0986 if you notice damage to your roof after a storm.
Comprehensive Roof Repairs
Harsh weather and storms can leave your roof in complete disarray, putting your family and personal property at risk. Our team has experience resolving all types of storm damage repair requests, including:
- Hail damage
- Rain and wind damage
- Roof leaks
- Roof restoration
- Structural damage
- And more
We understand the urgency behind correcting significant storm damage to your roof, which is why our team is available seven days a week to coordinate your repairs.
We Make the Insurance Claims Process Easy
Our team will inspect your roof and provide an upfront estimate, and we’ll even help file your insurance claim. With our on-staff licensed insurance adjuster, we can help:
- Prepare an estimate of the loss
- Answer questions your insurance company may have
- Investigate, appraise, evaluate, and assist with adjusting a claim
- Prepare your insurance claim
- Negotiate the claim with your insurance company on your behalf
Navigating the insurance claims process on your own can be frustrating. With our expert team by your side, you’ll enjoy a smooth, stress-free roof repair process from start to finish.
Locally Owned Southern Maryland Roofers Who Care
When you need an honest, genuine team of specially trained roofing contractors, there’s no one better than Hyper Roofing. We specialize in storm damage roof repair, guiding customers every step of the way with our dual team of top-quality roofing technicians and licensed insurance adjusters.
Our team is committed to delivering the highest quality roof repair solutions available, providing upfront pricing, industry-leading warranties, and easy financing for all DMV-area families.
FAQs About Roof Storm Damage
What does storm damage to shingles look like?
A roof damaged by strong winds or storms will look different from one damaged by another force, such as ice or a falling tree, as winds don’t hit roofs uniformly. Instead, they typically cause damage to the roof’s edges or areas that were already loose before the storm.
Signs to look for include loose, missing, or curling shingles, chimney issues, granule loss, soffit and fascia damage, and indoor leaks.
Will my shingles reseal to the roof after being lifted from a storm?
It’s possible for a slightly lifted shingle to reseal itself, but in most cases, storm-damaged shingles do not return to their original position and reseal. They’ll need to be repaired or replaced to prevent further damage or leaks.
Where do most roof leaks happen?
Most leaks occur at the point where two sections of the roof meet or the valleys. Other common sites for roof leaks are around the chimney, near vent pipes, around windows and skylights, and where there are missing shingles.