Lawton Storm Damage Construction

Nature is a force to be reckoned with, especially here in the Oklahoma area. From heavy winds and hail storms to thunderstorms and blizzards, our state experiences it all. With all of that, comes the damage, strong need for repairs or replacement on your roof, and more. Don’t let your roof get ignored. Storm damage is one of the strongest forms of damage that, if ignored, can not only be costly, but can also be dangerous for you and your home. Protect your roof, your belongings, and your loved ones from any further issues by taking care of any potential damage with the help of Hiner Homes. We’re going to go over some of the various signs of storm damage and what you need to know. If your roof, commercial or residential, has been hit by any type of storm and you’re unsure if you need repairs or a replacement, connect with us directly. We pride ourselves on transparency, so you know exactly what you’re going to need.


Hail storms, whether they’re from summer thunderstorms or harsh winter storms, can have strong effects on your roof. After all, all those small, and sometimes not so small, pellets of ice are consistently hitting your roof at high speeds. While your roof is designed to protect you, even a heavy hail storm can strongly damage your roof. The severity of the hail damage also is going to depend on the material that your roof is made out of. These materials may be:

  • Asphalt and Wood Shingle Roofing

  • Metal Roofing

  • Tile, Clay, and Concrete Roofing

Many times, the damage from hail will consist of either small or large dents in the structure of your roof or excess water damage. Water damage can occur if your gutters aren’t draining the water properly. Sitting water can pool up and easily dissolve the materials of your roof, which may cause it to collapse over time. After the storm has passed, check your roof for signs of damage and make sure that the melted water has somewhere to drain. If you’re unsure of this, connect with our roofing experts. We will be able to safely and easily evaluate your roof and check for signs of hail damage.