My roof has hail damage. Is it going to leak when it rains?
Hail does most of its damage to the top, granule layer of a shingle, but doesn’t necessarily penetrate the shingle. It might have left a divot, but not a hole.
Eventually, that divot and those missing granules will cause the shingle to weaken, which means your roof isn’t going to last as long as it would have or perform as well. So you need to have a hail-damaged roof replaced. But you don’t have to do it today.
If you haven’t gotten around to repairing the hail damage—or if you’re still on your favorite roofer’s waiting list for repairs—don’t panic. A good roofer is always worth waiting for.
For answers to your roofing questions, call Pinnacle Roofing, (623) 792-5497!