This happens when the surface of the shingles on your roof has worn away. The result of this is spots of missing shingles and, most likely, an accumulation of granules in your gutters. Bare spots are a good indication that your roof has reached the end of its lifespan. Visit our Residential page for more information.
This happens when the corners of your shingles begin to curl upwards or downwards; usually a result of moisture build-up in the attic of older homes. Curling makes your roof highly susceptible to wind damage as well as icing. In order to avoid curling, it is important for your roof to have adequate Ventilation.
Broken shingles can be caused by strong winds, snow, hail, etc. Obvious leaks in the interior of your home may be a good indication of broken shingles. Visit our Insurance Claims page for more information.
Buckling is recognizable by waviness in the shingles, which typically occurs in a line going up the roof slope. Buckling causes shingle tabs to be exposed which makes it easier for them to be ripped off by winds. This is often caused by a recurring build-up of heat in your attic. Visit our Ventilation page for more information.