This could be because the shingle seal was weaker on the pipe boots allowing wind to get under and bed the shingle back.
As you can see here, there are more damaged shingles.
Several areas are wind damaged, which we marked with chalk so that the homeowner could see the damage.
After our complete inspection, we noted that there were 24 total wind-damaged shingles, and the homeowner has filed a claim with his insurance claim.
As you can see, these shingles shouldn’t lift but do. This is because the shingles have cracked, and the tar strip is no longer sticking.
The front of the roof took the brunt of the damage, but the backside still showed some wear.
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