Being a homeowner in Central Florida comes with the understanding that the weather in Florida can be pretty extreme. Per Florida’s Climate Center, “no other part of the nation has more thunderstorm activity than Florida.” According to the National Weather Service, “Central Florida can experience an average of 80-100 thunderstorm days per year.” With each storm brings with it the potential for high wind speeds, wind gusts, hail and wind-blown debris. Each storm exposes your home’s roof to potential damage, leaving your home vulnerable. Be proactive and get your roof inspected regularly, so you know that you are ready to weather the storm. 

The images below will show examples of different types of damage that may occur to your roof 
Creased-shingle

Creased Shingles

Metal Hail

Hail damage on a metal roof

Tile Wind

Wind damage on a tile roof

Metal Wind

Wind damage on a metal roof

Tile_Hail3

Examples of hail damage on tile roofs

Shingle Hail

Hail damage on a shingle roof

Metal Wind2

Wind damage on a metal roof

Wind Shingles

Wind damage on a shingle roof

Tile Wind2

Wind damage on a tile roof