Hail Storm Damaged Roof - Get a Permanent Roof
What about a permanent roof?
We offer permanent roofing that resists hail storm damage, saves energy and virtually lasts forever. So if you are dealing with hail storm damage you can install a better, more durable and storm resistant roofing system. Invest your insurance money with the last roof you'll ever put on your house.
We work with the business or homeowner's insurance company and get the job done with a transferable lifetime warranty and 100% guarantee by a long standing local roofing company. Do you have questions about a permanent roof?
Free 17 Point Roof Insepction and Free Estimates
Is your roof damaged from hail storms, or do you need your roof repaired or replaced?
Would you like a permanent roof from an experienced local roofing company?
- A permanent roof costs a little more, but offers you benefits never imagined from asphalt shingle roofs:
- Lasts forever
- Warranty for 50 - 100 years
- Hail resistant roofs
- Metal Roof
- Tile Roof
- Slate Roof
- Energy efficient
- Never fades or streaks
Local Roofing Company
Cornett Roofing is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, with local offices throughout Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana as well as St. Louis MO, Davenport IA and Bettendorf IA.
After a hail storm, many roofing contractors from out of state will travel in to do the work, then leave the homeowner to deal with multiple issues later with no one to turn to. Not at Cornett Roofing, we put all our warranty information, business license, proof of insurance and our business reputation out in the open so you know we'll be here if you need us. You can find out more recommendations for finding an experienced roofing contractor company in our Roofing Contractor FAQs.
Choose your permanent roof material, look and style.
Regardless of what type of permanent roof you decide to go with, you can expect it to last a very long time. Metal, Slate, and Tile roofs all come with a minimum 75 year warranty, and often the warranties cover 100 or more years. Some slate shingles will even last up to 200 year--which in most cases will be longer than the useful life of the home itself.
When comparing roofing warranties, make sure you read the fine print and understand the details. Many asphalt roofs that carry impressive sounding 25 or 30 year warranties are actually only warranted for 5 to 7 years under regular conditions. Permanent roofs are guaranteed to last 75 to 100 year--with very few or zero conditions. Again, make sure you request a detailed explanation of any roofing warranty you are considering
Learn how to spot hail damaged roof shingles.
It is important to determine if roof shingle damage is from the hail storm or regular wear and aging of the asphalt roof shingles. Frequent inspection of the roof and shingles is a great way to prevent small problems form turning into leaks and also gives you a base to compare with if you encounter a hail storm. Immediate inspection after a storm is the best way to gather information and pictures of damaged roofing shingles. Checking your gutters after a hail storm for granules from the shingles is another important way distinguish between regular roof wear and hail damage. If the gutters were free of shingle granules before the storm and have granules after the storm, then your roof was almost certainly damaged by the hail storm.
Regular asphalt roofing shingles show wear usual wear and tear as small bald spots over time and have a scoured look. Other forms of roof wear not caused by hail are heat blisters and cracking. Heat blisters can be easily distinguished by a raised bubble-like appearance. In contrast, hail damage may show a dent or small depression in the shingle material. There is usually no cracking in the exposed area on the roof shingle where the granules are worn off if the damage is from hailstones and inspected shortly after a hail storm.
Hail storm damage to your roof is difficult to determine but important to diagnose to prevent leaks and other issues. Cornett Roofing offers a Free 17 point inspection:
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