Door-to-door roofers and roofing phone solicitors are hard at work to convince you to sign up with them for your roof replacement. One of their favorite tactics is to tell you that they can see hail damage on your roof from the street.
Is this true? Why can they see it but you don't notice anything unusual on your roof? What does hail damage look like any way?
If you can see parts of your roof from a 2nd story window, or if you've climbed up on it to self-inspect after the recent hail storms in Colorado Springs, and you're wondering if you have damage or not and don't know if what you're seeing on your roof is from the recent storms, we'll explain what to look for in this video and even show you some photos of verified hail damage.
Welcome to Homestead Roofing's "Walk In The Park" video series where we spend 3 - 4 minutes answering your commonly asked questions about roofing repairs or replacements and the insurance claim process.
This week, we answer your question, "What Does Hail Damage Look Like?"
Take a walk with us for a few minutes and find out how to self-inspect and know if you have damage or not.
Homestead Roofing, Inc is a licensed and fully-insured roofing contractor in Colorado Springs, CO and serving homeowners in Colorado Springs, Fountain, Falcon, Peyton, Manitou Springs, Woodland Park, Elbert, and other surrounding communities in El Paso, Teller, Elbert, and Chaffee counties.
Visit the Homestead Roofing website for a lot more information, education, scam alerts, and tips at https://homesteadroofingcolorado.com or call our office at 719-433-6991 if you have any questions about this, or any other roofing-related topics.