7 Tips for Evaluating Roof Shingle Damage from Wind or Hail

The Southeastern United States is sometimes subject to high wind velocities, often associated with severe thunderstorms, tropical storms and hurricanes. In those cases damage may occur to your roof that may or may not be visible. Many shingles carry a wind-resistance rating of 60 miles per hour, but laboratory tests don’t always correspond to actual events. Wind damage is caused by negative air...
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Case Study: Commercial Roof for St. Bernadette Catholic Church

St. Bernadette Catholic Church in Fuquay Varina, NC is a rather large church facility with a congregation of approximately 2,500.  It has been in existence since the dedication of the first building in 1990.  Over the years, the facility and congregation have grown together. Today, there is a very large sanctuary hall, where mass is held multiple times each week, a fellowship hall area (the...
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