When a roof covering is hanging over the edge of a building, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to know it has been damaged by wind. What about a roof that is still in place but has a few holes and funny looking “humps”? Is it wind damaged, or perhaps more to the point, how extensive is the wind damage?
This presentation will review several low-slope roofs in Puerto Rico where wind damage was not so obvious and proved more extensive than originally thought.
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