80% of homeowners do not know they have roof damage or how severe the damage is.

Are you wondering if you have roof damage?

Has several of your neighbors had their roof replaced recently?

Have you been getting bombarded with roofing literature and sales people at your door? 

That’s usually the first sign that your area had been hit with a storm that may have caused roof damage.

Your roof may seem fine. You may not have any leaks, no missing shingles, and it looks just as nice as it did before the storm. But many times roof damage is not easily visible to the untrained eye.

We recommend you use due diligence and get a free roof inspection.

While missing shingles and roof leaks are usually obvious, there are many other types of roof damage that homeowners often overlook. What may seem like minimal roof damage can quickly become severe if left untreated.

Dealing with a damaged roof can be stressful, we understand. But knowing what to expect and how to handle different situations can make the repair or replacement process much simpler.

We’ve repaired and replaced thousands of roofs in the Austin area.. During that time, we’ve seen many different instances of roof damage. Some occur from severe weather, some naturally with time, others can be prevented with proper maintenance.

A+ Rating w/BBB Since 2005

Any Type Of Roof Damage Can Quickly Become A Bigger Issue If Left Untreated

Roof Damage that is not repaired quickly can lead to rotted decking, structural damage, and interior damage, 


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Types Of Roof Damage

Hail Damage Roof

Hail damage may appear to be a minor problem but it can quickly expose your roof materials to harmful weather. If there was a recent hail storm in your area, it’s a good idea to get a roof inspection to understand the extent of the damage from an expert’s point of view.

Hail damage roof is not easily visible to homeowners, however, if you find dents or scratches in other items on your property (mailboxes, cars, roof flashing, vents, etc.) from a recent hailstorm, it’s likely your roof is damaged as well.

Hail damage often destroys part of the granule layer on your shingles. This can leave your roof exposed to UV rays and water. Over time, this will wear a hole in your roof and create leaks.

This is why Insurance Companies will cover a roof replacement due to hail damage. If not repaired quickly, it will lead to additional damage to the home. We will never advise you that your roof needs replaced if we can do a repair. And Insurance companies are not in the business of giving out free money and they will not pay for a replacement unless it’s absolutely necessary.

Why you shouldn’t wait to file a claim for a hail damage roof. 

Every Insurance Company Policy outlines the homeowners responsibilities if they suspect they have roof damage or following a hail storm. Each policy is different in the wording but it basically says “homeowner needs to use due diligence and have the roof inspected”. Some Insurance companies even have a time limit on when you can file a claim following a hail storm. Outside of this time frame and you may be denied coverage. It’s always better to get on-top of it as soon as possible.

While there’s no way to prevent hail from damaging your roof, you can purchase roofing materials rated to withstand higher impacts. A thicker asphalt shingle or synthetic roofing is engineered to handle higher impacts and considered better for areas like Austin where we get more frequent hail storms.


We are currently running a promotion for free upgrades. On every roof replacement.

We will:

  • Install Lifetime Shingle
  • Install Synthetic Underlayment instead of felt paper
  • Replace rubber pipe jack flashing with lead
  • Install Ice nd Water Shield around all vents and roof-to-wall areas
  • Limited Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty
  • 10-Year Labor Warranty

Wind Damage Roof

An average windy day in Central Texas can produce powerful gusts of wind that may cause serious damage to your roof.

If your roof has wind damage, you might notice tears or cracks in your shingles. In some cases, you may notice some shingles that curve up at the corners or some that are missing altogether. This type of gap in your roofing materials can leave your roof vulnerable during harsh weather.

Luckily, most wind damage is easy to repair and doesn’t require a full roof replacement.. Typically, you will only need to replace a few of the affected shingles to bring your roof back up to code. However, continued exposure to the elements may leave you with a full replacement project if those shingles aren’t repaired soon enough.

While there is no way to stop wind from hitting your home, you can prevent damage by investing in a roofing material with a higher wind rating. However, even the highest quality materials can fall apart if not properly installed. In fact, improper installation is the top reason roofs fall apart from wind damage.


Old Roof

Now is the time to replace that aging roof!

We are currently running a promotion for a free upgrade to a Lifetime Shingle on every roof replacement.

We will:

  • Install Lifetime Shingle
  • Install Synthetic Underlayment instead of felt paper
  • Replace rubber pipe jack flashing with lead
  • Install Ice nd Water Shield around all vents and roof-to-wall areas
  • Limited Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty
  • 10-Year Labor Warranty

Roof Damage From Tree Branches

Tree branches overhanging the roof can also cause roof damage. A heavy limb that falls on your roof can inflict severe roof damage. Even healthy trees can have branches that snap during a severe storm. However, a branch does not need to fall to damage your roof. Branches that scrape against the roof can remove the protective granules from asphalt shingles, increasing the likelihood that a leak will develop in a relatively short time.

Eventually, every roof will need to be replaced. It’s only a matter of time. And the older your roof gets, the more vulnerable it is.

Studies show that 80% of all roofs need replaced prematurely due to storm damage. Waiting too long to replace your roof can cause damage to other parts of your home or make for a more expensive project when replacement becomes urgent.