Hurricane Florence was a category 1 storm when it made landfall in eastern North Carolina on September 14, 2018. It stalled over North Carolina and parts of Virginia and South Carolina, causing widespread devastation due to the enormous amount of rain it dumped onto this region as well as storm surge. Coastal areas flooded from intense rain and storm surge and inland areas experienced flash flooding and swollen rivers. While flooding was a primary concern and a major contributor to the $36 billion in damages from Hurricane Florence, many homeowners also had wind and roof damage. While Hurricane Florence was a huge rain event, it still packed a punch with the wind. Many areas other than Wilmington and the coast received storm damage. Wind and rain produced roof damage in Charlotte, Greensboro, and Raleigh. Have you checked your roof since the storm?