What Your Kingwood Roof Shingles Mean This Hurricane Season
It’s official–as of this week the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season has begun, and as we wait around to see if any storms begin to form, now is the perfect time to determine if your roof shingles are in acceptable condition. Different types of Kingwood roof shingles last a different amount of time and their condition will play a critical role in how your roof handles the hurricane season. In this article, we will discuss what your Kingwood roof shingles mean for you this storm season.
Signs Your Kingwood Roof Is Damaged
Here are some signs that your Kingwood roof is in bad conditions that may put you at risk of hurricane season roof damage. If the damage is severe enough, we will recommend you get a Kingwood roof replacement.
- Missing shingle granules
- Lifting roof shingles
- Patches of missing shingles
- Cracked, dented, or buckled shingles
- Damp shingles
When your Kingwood roof is perfectly intact, it will have solid roof shingles that lay flat against your roof decking, which keeps out rain, wind, debris, and protects your roof from mold and bacteria.
Get A Roof Inspection From Our Houston Roof Experts To Determine If You Need Kingwood Roof Replacement
Even if your roof shingles are of the type that lasts upwards of 30 years, hail damage, hurricanes, wind, rain damage, and blistering heat that we are all familiar with may cause your home to be in need of Kingwood roof replacement earlier than planned. The good news, though, is that weather damage often warrants your homeowner’s insurance to offer some coverage for your Kingwood roof replacement. If your homeowner’s insurance won’t offer enough coverage, we also offer multiple Kingwood roof replacement financing options.
If you would like to see how your roof is doing, then please contact us so we can schedule a free, no-obligation Kingwood roof replacement inspection. Our inspectors will climb onto your roof and look for any signs of damage. Rest assured that with over 40 years of experience, we can catch even the subtlest signs of Kingwood roof damage. Following our inspection, we will determine whether your home does, in fact, require a Kingwood roof replacement to ensure that your family and underlying structure are protected this hurricane season. We look forward to keeping you and your family safe!