If you’ve had wind damage to your property, call us right away at
In most cases, winds in excess of 50mph are considered potentially damaging to property. Wind damage can sometimes be the hardest to spot. For example, a membrane roof may billow and then settle back down in place so it looks just like it did before the wind storm.
Only close inspection by a trained professional will reveal that the roof is now free floating and no longer attached. The property may have damage that will begin to leak far sooner than normal. Down the road, when this type of leak occurs, the owner will bear the cost of repair because it was not identified as a storm related damage that should be covered by insurance.