Full Roof Replacement-Wind Damage

This full roof replacement was insurance approved for wind damage in Westerville.  The homeowner picked Owens Corning Aged Cedar from the Artisian Color series.  It was a perfect match and really accented the homes current color scheme.  The roof made this already beautiful home stunning.

Wind and Hail Damage Repair

Roof Replacement approved by insurance due to wind and hail.  Replaced with Owens Corning Dimensional Shingles, upgraded the roofing system to exceed current code and increase homes energy efficiency.

Complete Roof Replacement

Roof Replacement approved by insurance due to wind.  This home was built in 1999 and had the original dimensional roof.    Replaced with Owens Corning TruDefinition Colonial Slate Dimensional Shingles, upgraded the roofing system to exceed current code and increase the home’s energy efficiency.

Roof Replacement in Ohio

Roof Replacement approved by insurance due to wind and hail.  Replaced with Owens Corning Dimensional Shingles, upgraded the roofing system to exceed current code and increase homes energy efficiency.

Shingle Repair in Ohio

Roof damaged by wind and flying debris.  This type of roof is very susceptible to wind damage as they are an older style shingle that is only rated for 60 mph winds which central ohio gets often.  Most roof damage can not be seen from the ground.  It is recommended by many insurance companies to have your roof inspected twice a year.

Wood Shake Wind Damage

Wood Shake roof damaged by wind and flying debris.  This type of roof is very susceptible to wind damage as they are an older style shingle that is only rated for 60 mph winds which central ohio gets often.  Most roof damage can not be seen from the ground.  It is recommended by many insurance companies to have your roof inspected twice a year.

Roof Wind Damage

Roof damaged by wind and flying debris.  This type of roof is very susceptible to wind damage as they are an older style shingle that is only rated for 60 mph winds which central ohio gets often.  Most roof damage can not be seen from the ground.  It is recommended by many insurance companies to have your roof inspected twice a year.