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From Hurricane Irma to sporadic tornadoes and countless Florida thunderstorms, we’ve seen it all. When it comes to navigating the insurance process, you need a trusted guide. That’s High Tower Roofing.

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We make it our mission to restore not just roofs but the lives of the families living under them.

What should I do if my roof sustains storm damage?

Call us at 877-476-6319 for a free roofing consultation and inspection. We will personally meet with you to assess any damage to your roof. Our roofing experts provide a free estimate and walk you through all the details, answering all your questions and concerns. Our experienced staff is ready to build a relationship and give you the peace-of-mind you deserve.

We’re here to stay.

When you choose High Tower Roofing, you’re partnering with a roofing contractor who is based in Central Florida. We are a local, family-owned company that genuinely cares about our communities wellbeing, especially after a storm or wind event. Our mission is not just to restore roofs, but to restore security in times of stress.

What to look for after a storm.

Obvious tree and wind damage or buckling, curling, or missing shingles is a clear sign to give us a call. Even if the damage seems minor, you may still be able to file an insurance claim.  Here are some things to look for after a storm:

  • Inspect your yard for loose shingles, missing pieces of metal fascia, and loose or displaced metal pieces from around your chimney.
  • Look at your gutters for shingle granules and debris.
  • Inspect your attic for leaks or water damage.
  • Check for dimples or indentations on shingles caused by hail.


Watch out for inclement weather.

  • Hail: Depending on hail size and wind speeds, hail has the potential to destroy your roof. Cracked shingles or fractured fiberglass can lead to tears, making your roof exposed to the elements.  Granule loss on the shingles can also leave your roof vulnerable to the elements. 
  • Wind: Hurricanes are a real threat, as well as strong Florida thunderstorms with winds 60+ mph or more (whether classified “hurricane” or not). These storms are considered “other perils” by insurance companies and eligible for wind+ hail deductibles in most cases. 
  • Tornado: If your home is within one mile of a tornado, roof damage is very likely. Serious updrafts caused by winds and the vacuum created can suck the materials right off your roof. Tree debris and other projectiles from tornado force winds cause major damage to roofing materials.  After the storm, check for missing shingles, damage around the chimney, and missing flashing. 
  • Trees: It’s important to keep your trees trimmed and away from your roof to avoid the risk them snapping off during a storm. Leaves, needles, and debris can clog gutters, causing water to pool and create leaks. Also, too much shade on your roof can be a breeding ground for mold spores resulting from excess moisture.