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We specialize in insurance restoration on residential homes.


Home builders design roofs to withstand intense weather systems, including the powerful storms seen in Florida’s forecasts. Yet even the best-designed roofs can experience damage from powerful weather fronts, or extreme conditions. Over the course of time, repeated exposure to harsh weather can sustain the erosion of a roof’s structural integrity.


Florida homes see certain types of roof damage more often than others.

While damage from both tropical storms and hurricanes are the most visible types of damage, homeowners must also be vigilant of their roof after any other type of extreme weather.


High winds can crease, break, or dislodge shingles away from the roof completely. When high winds damage or remove shingles, this leaves your roof vulnerable to weather.  The risk of significant damage due to the underlayment and decking being exposed, now becomes higher, as water may penetrate into the home.


Large pellets of hail can mar or bruise shingles and roofing material, which can leave your home vulnerable. Once moisture has seeped in, it can be very difficult to remove. Northeast Florida experiences hail pellets of a larger size, and hail storms that can last longer than other areas of the country. This increases the risk of significant damage to your roof.


Tropical storms and hurricanes are common occurrences in Northeast Florida. Storms like these pose a high risk with trees or tree branches that can impact your roof, causing serious damage. It is imperative to have your roof inspected and repaired as soon as possible to prevent further roof damage.

While Some Signs Of Roof Damage Are Easy To See, Other Signs May Not Be.

For more information on your home’s structural integrity, call A.J. Wells Roofing & Construction to get your free quote. 

Call us today at 904-553-0069.



As a family-owned-and-operated business,
we understand how a potentially unstable roof can cause financial stress and fear for any homeowner