Wind Damage Roof
Wind Damage roof causing costly leaks.

Wind Damage Causing Tearing and Removing Shingles, Exposing Roof to Costly Leaks

High winds cause roofing wind damage by tearing and removing shingles, leaving the roof deck, underlayment or old shingles exposed to the elements primed for leaks.
 
Wind debris can leave dents or deep marks in shingles; dislodging the protective granules that protect against sun damage and rain.
 
High winds  cause roofing wind damage by lifting and curling shingles by breaking the seal that bonds them; leaving your roof vulnerable to future wind-driven rain.