roof. The roof in the video has been since the year 2000 and depicts various types of wind damage.
1. When they are lifted by the wind, shingles can form creases. Resealing could repair the shingle.
2. Sometimes roof shingles may be blown away and then creased up until they flip over and are about to fall off. The staple no longer holds the shingle. It’s difficult to fix the shingle back down, thus it is necessary to remove it.
3. In some cases it is possible that the shingle was lifted up until it tears material away from the shingle beneath it. This requires replacement.
4. At times, the shingle can be broken and then removed.
Many wind creases will not be apparent on the ground. However, they should be observed by climbing onto the roof. Roof inspections should be conducted approximately one year after installation to avoid the possibility of damage from wind. The roof that is damaged by wind is more likely to occur for older structures. 9ymffccidp.