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Any Type Of Roofing System

Arrowhead Roofing is a proven expert at installing all types of roofing. When you want your roof installed properly, the first time, hire a company with years of experience and an earned reputation for expert quality and professionalism. Arrowhead is equipped to handle all of your residential and commercial roofing needs from repairs, complete tear-offs to new construction. Over the years, our company has worked hard to keep pace with all the latest technological developments and consistently changed our operations to exceed the needs and expectations of our clients.

Arrowhead is highly specialized in storm damage response and insurance claims. Our trained Storm Response Team is immediately on the move with notice of natural disasters. We immediately begin repairing damages caused by wind and hail, hurricanes, tornadoes and other weather related disasters. We are highly referred by many insurance companies due to our strong work ethic and industry knowledge.

Let Arrowhead’s highly trained staff give you a free roof and storm damage inspection prior to filing an insurance claim. Many of our current customers were never aware whether they had damage on their roofs until meeting with us. Others were very pleased to know that their roof was in great shape and not in need of repair. Others learned that they were in need of a new roof due to normal wear and tear. Our highly ethical staff will give you straight, honest answers.

Arrowhead has large supervised crews and we are factory certified installers of most major roofing manufacturers. Our certifications allow us to offer you the best warranty systems available in the roofing industry. Our certifications are not easily attained and require years of service, an excellent track record, verifiable insurance and a "real" business location.

Hail Damage?

The process of detecting and evaluating hail damage is subjective at best, and often everyone involved will offer a different assessment. Damage can range from large, highly visible dents and tears to almost undetectable indentations or invisible granule damage. However, even small amounts of damage can harm the surfacing material, leading to deterioration of the shingles months later.

Normally, if a shingle indicates outward damage, the underlying components may be compromised and affected to some degree. On damaged roofs, the hail impact may affect the embedment of the granular surfacing in the asphalt top coating. This loosens the granules, potentially allowing the granules to separate from the coating layer and wash off the roof.

Without the granule surfacing, the asphalt top coating is exposed to ultraviolet radiation from ordinary sunlight and will eventually deteriorate and expose the fiberglass substrate and creating the potential for a leak. On severe hail damage, the fiberglass substrate may be physically broken further, compromising the weather integrity of the shingle.

Without visible damage there is no real way to be sure how much damage shingles have encountered. Outward damage may not appear until months or years later. In accordance with the terms of the Limited Warranty, there is no coverage for damage caused by hail. However, should the shingles be damaged by hail, there is continuing coverage for manufacturing defects. There is a definite distinction between a manufacturing defect and damage caused by hail. When evaluating hail damage, look for the following conditions:

Tears in the Shingle – Tears are normally worse on layered roofs due to the irregular surface support. The main areas showing damage usually include hips, ridges, sides of dragon’s teeth, and butt edges of shingles. Tears are most easy seen when composition shingles have been installed over wood shingles.

Indentations in the Shingle – Indentations will be either round or half-moon shaped. Some damage may not be visible and will require you to feel for any indentations, or to break the bonds of the shingle and feel the backside for any irregularities. Other defects may be visible holes in the shingles.

Excessive Granule Loss – May be an indicator of possible damage. Check gutters or the ground around the house for loose granules. Accelerated granule loss will significantly reduce the life of the shingle.
Other Collateral Damage:

Hailstones vary in size, shape and hardness. They can create a random pattern of dents or depressions consisting of various sizes, shapes and depths. If you keep in mind the typical random pattern of hail damage when evaluating a damaged roof, you should be able to assess the situation properly. If you have any further questions regarding hail damage