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Frequently asked Questions: Hail Damage Repair

Hailstorms can cause significant damage to your roof. Today we will answer common questions about our hail damage repair services:

Why Do we offer Hail Damage Repair Services:

The nature of the damage caused by hailstorms is different than that of high wind removed shingles or impact from downed trees, and, therefore, requires specific expertise. At ProQor Roofing, all our team members go thru an in-depth training process to recognize hail damage and proper ways to perform the appropriate repairs.

We Just Got Hit by a Hailstorm but My Roof Looks Fine. Why Do I Need to Have It


Unlike many types of roof damage, hail damage is not always easily seen, especially if you have a textured roofing material such as architectural shingles. The outer roofing material may have shallow dents that aren’t easily visible from the ground. If these dents are deep enough to damage the waterproofing layer, the smallest puncture could allow water through the roof deck and into the attic, causing significant water damage.

Can’t I Just Inspect My Own Roof:

While you may be able to get onto your own roof and do your own DIY roof inspection and repairs, doing so is ill-advised. Most homeowners lack not only the safety knowledge and in-depth roofing knowledge to do the job properly and by doing it incorrectly may even make matters worse and more costly. ProQor Roofing’s Experienced professionals know how to conduct a roof inspection safely and thoroughly and can offer the most appropriate solutions.

What Happens After You Inspect My Roof:

The ProQor roofing team will conduct a comprehensive inspection from the outside as

well as inside your attic. We will then discuss our findings with you and come up with a

repair and maintenance plan, along with a no-pressure written estimate.

Come experience Professional Quality of Results, the ProQor way in the Kansas City Metro area. Call Dwaine Hood at ProQor Roofing today (913) 210-1783 to schedule your FREE roof inspection and estimate.

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