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Hail Damage Roof Repair: Kansas City’s Trusted Experts

Handle Hail Damage with Confidence

The Impact of Hailstorms and Timely Repairs

Hailstorms can wreak havoc on your roof, causing significant damage that often goes unnoticed. Left unrepaired, this unseen damage can lead to leaks, water damage, and even structural problems down the line. Addressing hail damage promptly is crucial to protect your home, your investment, and the overall wellbeing of your property.

 By acting quickly after a hailstorm, you can minimize the risk of further damage and ensure a smooth and efficient repair process. Our team at Manning General Contractors understands the urgency associated with hail damage, and we’re dedicated to providing fast, reliable, and high-quality repairs to get your roof back in top shape.

Roof Inspection for Hail Damage

About Us - Your Hail Damage Roof Repair Specialists

Here at Manning General Contractors, we are Kansas City’s leading hail damage roof repair specialists. With years of experience, we’ve helped countless homeowners restore their roofs after hailstorms. We understand the stress and urgency associated with hail damage, and we’re dedicated to providing fast, reliable, and high-quality repairs.

Our team of highly trained and certified technicians is equipped with the expertise and resources to handle all types of hail damage repairs. We utilize the latest techniques and the highest quality materials to ensure a long-lasting and beautiful roof for your home.

Spotting Hail Damage on Your Roof

Has a recent hailstorm left your roof vulnerable? Hailstones can be surprisingly deceptive. Their forceful impact can cause damage that isn’t immediately apparent from the ground, silently compromising your roof’s integrity. However, by being proactive and inspecting your roof after a hailstorm, you can become your own first line of defense. By familiarizing yourself with these key signs, you can identify potential hail damage and prevent further issues.

Visual Signs of hail damage

  • Dents, Bruises, and Missing Shingles:

    These are some of the most common signs of hail damage on roofs, especially metal roofs. Here’s a breakdown of what to watch for:

    • Dents and Indentations: Hailstones can leave behind visible dents and indentations on your roof’s surface. On metal roofs, these will appear as rounded depressions in the metal. On asphalt shingles, dents might be accompanied by a loss of granules, making the underlying mat visible.
    • Bruised Shingles: Hail impact doesn’t always cause major breaks, but it can bruise shingles. These bruises often appear darker than the surrounding shingles and might feel softer to the touch.
    • Missing Shingles: Large hailstones can dislodge shingles entirely, leaving exposed underlayment or even the roof deck itself vulnerable to the elements.

    Granules in Gutters:

    Asphalt shingles are coated with small granules that protect the underlying asphalt from sun damage and add a decorative touch. Hail can knock these granules loose, causing them to accumulate in your gutters. Here’s what to consider:

    • Excessive Granule Accumulation: While some granules may naturally shed over time, a sudden and significant increase in the amount of granules in your gutters is a potential sign of hail damage.
    • Clogged Gutters: A large amount of loose granules can clog your gutters, leading to rainwater overflow and potential water damage around your foundation.

    Cracked Flashing or Vents:

    Flashing is the thin metal material used to seal roof valleys, chimneys, and other roof penetrations. Vents help with proper roof ventilation. Both are crucial for preventing leaks. Hail can damage these areas in the following ways:

    • Cracks in Flashing: Hailstones can cause cracks to develop in the flashing material, compromising its ability to form a watertight seal. Look for visible cracks or gaps around chimneys, skylights, or other roof penetrations.
    • Damaged Vents: Hail can dent or break roof vent components, reducing their effectiveness in removing moisture from your attic space. Damaged vents might also allow water to leak into your roof system.

    By keeping an eye out for these signs, you can identify potential hail damage early on and take steps to address it before it leads to more extensive roof problems and costly repairs.

Hail Damaged Roof with damage marked
Hail Damaged Gutters

Our Trusted Hail Damage Repair Process

We understand that dealing with hail damage can be overwhelming. That’s why we offer a streamlined and transparent repair process. Here’s what you can expect when you choose Manning General Contractors for your hail damage repairs:

Free Inspection and Detailed Estimate

Our Trusted Hail Damage Repair Process



We start with a thorough inspection of your property, identifying all hail damage and assessing the extent of the repairs needed.


Meet With Homeowner

After your inspection, your project manager will discuss the damage and guide you through repair options, replacement needs, and even filing an insurance claim. During this time, they will also provide a service agreement packet, estimates, and damage reports.


Meet With Adjuster

After the insurance adjuster conducts their inspection, your project manager will explain the damage and guide you through repairs, replacements. They’ll then handle scheduling the build and ensure all materials comply with local codes.


Build Begins

When build day arrives, our crew gets to work! We aim to complete most roof replacements in a single day, minimizing disruption to your home. Throughout the process, your project manager will stay in close communication with the insurance company to ensure everything runs smoothly.


Wrap Up

Once your brand new roof is complete, your project manager doesn’t stop there. They’ll ensure any other replacements, like gutters, are seamlessly integrated during the final stages, leaving your home fully protected and looking its best.