Don’t wait for water spots to appear on your ceiling. Get your roof inspected after the wind and heavy rain. There doesn’t have to be a hurricane in order for roof damage to occur. Heavy rain can lift shingles and cause stress on already weakened shingles.
Winds can also cause roof damage to your shingles and flashing. There may be debris on your roof that could have caused shingle damage. All the wind likely blew leaves, pine needles and debris on your roof. It is important to clean off all debris in order to remove the weight, and debris can also harbor water which may cause issues.
You may think everything is fine, until the next light rain rolls into town! So, don’t wait for water spots (or worse) to appear. Be proactive and protect your home. Have a professional inspect to see if any damage was caused by the debris, wind and rain.