If you suspect any roof damage, start by recording all the details. Time of day, weather conditions, forecasts, and statistics from the day the damage occurred will help you file an insurance claim. Roof repairs can be costly, so the more thorough your claim is, the more likely it is that your homeowner’s insurance will cover the damages. Filing claims quickly also helps prove the damage was because of the wind and not general wear and tear.
Stay on the ground but do a walk around your property and look for loose shingles, damaged gutters, or scattered debris that could indicate wind damage. Take lots of pictures, and then call the experts for a roofing consultation and diagnosis.