Curling ShinglesWhen the corners of the shingles start
to curl up. they are less resistant to the effects of ice
and wind. We often see this kind of problem on older
roofs with poor ventilation.
Wrinkled ShinglesWhen the bottom of the shingle gets
bound and retreats, it is a normal sign of aging. The
bound areas are more sensitive to the effects of wlnd.
hail and ice.
Stone LossAs the roof ages and the asphalt gets
harder, we start to see the stone granules coming off,
as weil as cracks appearing in the shingles. You will
notice the accumulation of granules in your gutters.
Broken ShinglesAfter violent wlnd. or traffic on the roof,
you may find broken, cracked or missing shingles. This
situation requires immediate attention as the integrity of
the shingles may have been compromised, and leaks
may have developed.