Checking your roof after a tornado is important to ensure that it is structurally sound and free from any damage that may have been caused by the high winds and debris. Here are some things that homeowners should do to check their roof after a tornado:

Safety first

Before inspecting your roof, ensure that it is safe to do so. Be mindful of any downed power lines or other hazards that may pose a threat to your safety.

Visual inspection

Walk around your home and inspect the roof from the ground level. Look for any visible signs of damage, such as missing or loose shingles, debris, or fallen branches.

Inspect the gutters

Check your gutters and downspouts for any debris or damage that may have accumulated. Clogged gutters can cause water damage and compromise the structural integrity of your roof.

Check the attic

Go into your attic and check for any signs of leaks or water damage. Use a flashlight to inspect the underside of your roof for any visible damage. Be careful not to puncture any potential water spots. 

Document any damage

Take photos or videos of any damage that you find. This will be helpful when you file an insurance claim. If you’re anxious about dealing with your insurance company, the Results Roofing team can help! 

Make repairs

If you find any damage to your roof, make the necessary repairs as soon as possible to prevent further damage and to ensure that your roof is structurally sound. If you’re unsure about how to make repairs, hire a professional roofing contractor to do the job.

Hire a professional

If you’re unsure about the condition of your roof or if you suspect that it has suffered significant damage, hire a professional team like the one at Results Roofing to conduct a thorough inspection! We’re experienced roofers who know what to look for when storms come through or damage unexpectedly threatens your home. Whether you need routine maintenance or something bigger, we’ll put your family first. Call us today at 214-505-1442 or schedule an appointment.