One of the most common causes of roof problems is damage from storms.  It doesn't take golf ball-size hail to damage your roof.  Roof damage can come from wind, rain, ice and even clogged gutters.  In fact, clogged gutters are one of the biggest culprits.

Identifying and repairing storm damaged roofs is our specialty.  As a Roofing Contractor with multitudes of experience, Titan Roofing has seen every type of storm damage imaginable.  We also know that prevention is the best cure when it comes to roofing problems.  By the time you see the results of the leaky roof inside your home, it has likely caused extensive damage to the interior of the house.  

If the damage to your roof is covered by your homeowner's insurance policy, we work closely with you and your insurance company resolve the situation.  Our insurance specialists can help make sure that you receive the compensation you are due under your insurance policy.

If you've had a severe storm in your area recently that included high winds or hail, a Free Roof Inspection is a must.  Contact Us today before that small leak becomes a big problem.

We check 5 major components of your roof:

  1. Shingles - We'll inspect for storm damage, wind damage, gravel loss and general condition.  We'll also inspect the condition of the nails.
  2. Flashing - This is often the cause of leaks.  We'll inspect all flashing for integrity and effectiveness and make sure there are no entry points for water.
  3. Attic Ventilation and Insulation - These components are essential to the performance of your roofing system.
  4. Gutters & Downspouts - We will inspect the quality and performance of your gutters and downspouts to make sure they are not the source of a potential problem.
  5. Soffit & Facia - These important components ensure that the elements stay where they belong - outside.  We'll inspect them thoroughly to make sure they're getting the job done. 

Once we've checked your roof, we'll provide you with a written report and pictures if necessary.

Photos of Storm Damaged Roofs & Roofing Problems are Below.  As you'll see, there isn't always a clear visual indicator that something is wrong until it is too late: