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This is a picture of grey shingles on a roof and many of the shingles are missing due to high winds

Wind damage to the roof, possible insurance claim

This roof looks like this all over. Wind-blown shingles are missing, and cracked shingles will blow off before too long.

Missing shingles blown off by the wind

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    Section of roof hit by high winds

    This is a picture of grey shingles on a roof and many of the shingles are missing and cracked or broken.

    This section of the roof was the worst. As you can see, there are a lot of missing and broken shingles. This is due to excessive-high winds!

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    Broken and missing shingles on back of roof

    These pictures show a grey shingle roof that has missing shingles all over the place.

    This roof section wasn’t as wrong as the front, but there are still plenty of creased/broken shingles on the back.

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    Even more Broken / creased shingles

    A certain percentage of shingles must be missing or damaged for an insurance company to cover a roof as a loss. I would bet there is enough on this house.

    This is a close up picture of a shingle roof that ha

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    Wind damaged between pipe boots

    This is a close up picture of some grey shingles that are Cracked down the middle due to high winds

     These 3 singles have a black crease across them; this is where the wind has got under the shingle, lifted it up, folded it back, and then laid it down in place. The central part of a shingle is the fiberglass mat. When the wind Lifts a shingle and bends it backward, the fiberglass mat is broken.

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    More broken and missing shingles!

    This is a close up picture of a small section of grey shingles And one of the shingles is missing

    As you can see in this roof section, more missing and broken shingles are missing. 

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