Trinity's first step following suspected hail damage is a thorough inspection to document the number of hail hits on shingles and siding.
As our reps assess the overall health of the house, they'll also identify places to improve ventilation, which extends the lifespan of the roofing materials. Here, crews cut in to install a vent.
Once the underlayments are put down, the crews begin fastening down the shingles. Here, the owners selected Owens Corning Duration in Teak.
The roof is installed before the siding to prevent any damage to new siding from falling debris. Here, crews prep for installation by removing the old wood siding the homeowners were anxious to be rid of.
Once the old siding is removed, the house is wrapped with this moisture barrier to keep the home dry should the siding be damaged.
Now crews are able to install the new steel Edco Entex with 4" reveal in Desert Tan. Once the siding is on, the crews return to the job site to put in the new seamless aluminum gutters.
The total roofing and siding project can take between one and two weeks, but the final product makes it worth it!
The silver lining of a hail storm cloud? Upgrading your home's look! This Stillwater, Minnesota, house went through the insurance restoration process for updated materials and more modern appearance.