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Oconomowoc's Local Storm Damage Roof Repair Company

Has your roof sustained damage from a recent storm? If so, our expert team at Shake Guys is at your service to restore your roof to its original condition, ensuring your home remains well-protected. We promise a seamless process for you, guaranteeing full restoration of your Oconomowoc roof.


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Our Storm Damage Services Make Insurance Claims Easy

Dealing with insurance claims, especially for roof damage, can be frustrating. We aim to make storm damage claims simpler for you. Our goal is to make sure you get great support from your insurance. We'll start by taking high-quality photos of the damage and creating a detailed report. Next, we'll guide you through your insurance company's paperwork. Our mission is to provide expert advice and help you secure the support you need after a storm.

The 6 Signs Your Roof Has Been Hit by a Storm

Storms can cause significant damage to your home, particularly the roof. Strong winds, hail, and heavy rain can create damage that might not be obvious right away. It's crucial for homeowners to spot signs of storm damage to their roofs to address issues promptly. One major sign is missing or damaged shingles.


Keep an eye out for six important indicators:


1. Missing or Damaged Shingles

After a storm, take a close look at your roof from the ground. If you notice any missing or damaged shingles, it’s a clear sign that your roof has been affected by the storm. High winds can rip shingles off your roof or cause them to curl, crack, or become dislodged. Even small amounts of damage can compromise the integrity of your roof and lead to leaks if left unaddressed.


2. Dents or Bruises

If your house gets hit by hail, your roof could end up with dents or bruises. It's tough to see these from the ground, so checking your roof closely is crucial. Search for spots where the shingles look dented or have tiny indentations. Hail damage might not cause leaks right away, but it can weaken the shingles, potentially causing issues later on.


3. Granule Loss

Asphalt shingles are protected from the sun and elements by a layer of granules. After a storm, it's important to check your gutters and downspouts for granules. A lot of granules in your gutters could mean your shingles were damaged by hail or strong winds. Losing too many granules can reduce your roof's lifespan and leave it more vulnerable to damage.


4. Leaks or Water Stains

One of the most obvious signs of storm damage is a leaky roof. If you notice water stains on your ceiling or walls, it’s essential to investigate the source of the leak. Even small leaks can lead to significant water damage if left untreated. After a storm, check your attic for signs of water intrusion, such as damp insulation or puddles of water. Addressing leaks promptly can help prevent further damage to your home.


5. Loose Flashing or Vent Covers 

High winds might cause flashing and vent covers on your roof to come loose or get dislodged. These parts are crucial to stop water from getting into your house around chimneys, vents, and openings. Check these spots for damage or movement after a storm. If you find any flashing or vent covers that are loose, get them fixed or replaced quickly to avoid leaks.


6. Sagging or Dipping Areas

A bad storm can damage your roof, causing parts of it to sag or dip. If you spot any sagging or dipping on your roof, get a professional roofer to check it out right away. This kind of damage can make your home unsafe, so fixing it quickly is important.

Knowing how to spot storm damage on your roof is key to keeping your home safe and sound. Acting fast can stop more damage and save you money down the line.



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DaVinci Roofscapes is the leading manufacturer of composite roofing tiles. These synthetic products resemble the natural look and feel of true cedar shakes or slate, but they’re made from recycled materials. The result is an equally beautiful roof that’s impressively durable and doesn’t require the hands-on maintenance and upkeep that true cedar shakes do.

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