About Hail

One of our goals here at Atlas Restoration is to educate homeowners about hail, how it can damage homes, and how to repair that damage properly and cost-effectively.

Here is an interesting infographic that teaches us how hail forms:

Hail-Graphic

How to Spot Hail Damage

After a hail storm, it is typical for homeowners to give their roof a quick glance and, because they don’t see anything from the ground, conclude that they do not have any hail damage. However, there’s always more than meets the untrained eye, so we always recommend hiring a professional contractor to do a thorough inspection of your home.

If you think your home may have been damaged by the recent North Texas Hail Storms, we invite you to contact Atlas Restoration for a free home inspection.

In addition to inspecting your roof, we will take the time to do a thorough inspection of other areas of your home, including:

  • Siding, doors, windows, and casings
  • Air conditioning and generator units
  • Decks and stairs
  • Gutters and downspouts

Then, as part of your roof inspection, we will also inspect your vents, chimneys, flashing, and other features that may also have been damaged during a hail storm.

Here are some pictures of typical hail damage:

architectural_shingles

Hail Damage to Roof Shingles

Cedar Shake Roofing

Hail Damage to Garage Door

designer_shingles_new

Hail Damage to Fence

Hail Damage to Downspout

designer_shingles_new

Hail Damage A/C Unit

Hail Damage to Roof Vent

 

Here are some of the recent local storm repair projects that we have been working on:

Hail 6

Hail 7

Hail 55

hail 88