1. Look for visible damage such as missing/curled/flipped shingles caused by Strong Winds or any other visible damage such as dents or holes caused by Hail. To understand the financial implications of such damage, see our Guide to Insurance Deductibles In Roofing. 
  1. Check for leaks inside your home. If you notice any water stains on your ceiling or walls, this could be a sign that your roof has Storm Damage.
  2. Look for any debris on your roof. If you see branches, leaves, or other debris on your roof, this could be a sign of Storm Damage.
  3. Check your gutters and downspouts. If they are clogged or damaged this is a sign of Storm Damage they need to be inspected and fixed or it could lead to worse problems.
  4. Inspect your roof from the ground. Look for any visible signs of damage such as missing shingles or tiles, or any other visible damage. To know more about specific types of damages like hail or wind damage, see our blog 3 Common Roof Damages (And How to Avoid Them).

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