About Storm Roof Damage

WIND AND HAIL DAMAGE SPECIALISTS - FREE INSPECTIONS!

Certified Roofing Repair Specialists

As a licensed roofing contractor we concentrate on providing high quality services and hold certifications with the most reputable organizations in the construction industry. Being a certified member of these organizations not only helps us provide high quality products and services, but also keeps us up-to-date with events and publications that address rising consumer concerns as well as best practices in the construction contracting industry. In addition to roof repair and roof replacement, Kellogg Roofing offers services including attic insulation, and gutter, siding, window and entry door installation. With long lasting warranties and only the best in product lines, your satisfaction is guaranteed. We work in Franklin, Murfreesboro, Lebanon, Hendersonville, Madison, Millersville, Hermitage as well as Knoxville, Gatlilnburg and Nashville, Tennessee.

Trusted Professionals

Kellogg Roofing, Inc. is an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. We are certified with A.C.I. Field Technicians, Flatwork Certified technicians and P.C.I. Levels 1 and 2 Certifications, and we have a Bi-Lingual Management team as well. (se habla espanol!)

First Line of Defense

Your roof is the first line of defense for your home. Damage to your roof may or may not be visible after a storm. That is why it is important to have your roof inspected by someone who is experienced and knows what to look for with hail and wind damage. If you have an asphalt shingle roof, it is composed of these three things:

  • Asphalt mat
  • Fiberglass backing
  • Granules

The asphalt mat is the major part of your shingle. The fiberglass mat is designed to make the shingle more durable. The granules not only provide an aesthetic element to your home, they also act as a protective shield for the matting. If the granules and/or matting are damaged and with the contraction and expansion of the shingle, eventually, your roof will leak. These pictures below represent examples of wind and hail damage.

 

As you can see, sometimes the damage can be very subtle.

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