Not hail damage.
Mostly worn in valley and on some edges but not throughout.
Anyone who has laid architectural shingles for a living know that those packs weigh close to 100 pounds. Putting several packets upon walk boards to lay shingles in order to get the job done while still being able to use walk boards often result the shingles getting scuffed up in various areas…add to traffic areas such as valleys, roofs can easily exhibit the similar signs.
Roof defects fall basically into three categories…
- manufacturer defect
- installation issues
- external forces such as weather.
Most of the time is installation issues, once in a while its external forces, rarely is it manufacturer issues.
From what I see of the pictures I would comment as to their condition and if further evaluation or repairs would be warrant… personally I dont see that…not unless you want to speculate as to the projected service life of the product…which we dont do.