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Tree fell on home and damaged roof soffit fascia and gutters

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    Tree damaged roof to a front porch

    Tree fell on house storm damaged shingles gutters soffit

    In this photo, you can see that a tarp has been draped over the impact area on the front porch, and the tree has already been removed from the house. Further investigation is needed.

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    Damages to vinyl soffit fascia and gutter

    Tree fell on the house in wind storm insurance funded wind damaged roof, facia and soffits in Knoxville Tennessee

    In this close-up photo, you can see the vinyl soffit is contorted, and the facia has been pushed down and broken. The facia wood, as well as the metal behind the gutter, will need to be removed and replaced as needed to restore. 

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    There is possible damages to the structure of this roof and the roof deck boards

    In this photo, you can see an example of broken plywood after shingles have been removed. This will be the case where the tree made the most significant impact. It is evident from the contour of the roof that this is present underneath the shingles.

    Broken and busted plywood or OSB sheathing can easily go undetected under shingles after an impact

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    Branches appear to have caused no damage on the main portion of the home. The roof appears to be intact as well as the ridge vent and ridge cap

    Wind damage fallen tree branches seem to have caused no damage to other parts of the roof. The damage appears to be concentrated on the front edge of the porch only

    In this photo, you can see where the tree has been cleaned from the roof, and the main house in a more significant portion of the roof is unaffected but impacted. The damage appears to be concentrated on the front edge of the home's front porch.

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