It's been around 2 months ago but we had a tornado go through and lots of bad weather. The twister was actually a block away but no real damage that I knew of. Today I answer the door to a salesman type. He's from a roofing company and says I've got a hail damaged roof. Now normally I run these dudes off pretty quickly, but was in the middle of a tragedy so was feeling benevolent. He says that he works for American Shingle. He said that he would file the claim with my insurance and then get on the roof with my adjuster and get me a new roof. Not a layover but a complete tear down and redo. My deductible is $500 and a new roof for that price sounds too good to be true. I really don't want to do anything that is immoral or lying but if there is hail damage or something I wouldn't know in the first place. I wouldn't want there to be a problem and me not fix it until it was too late and then get stuck with a whole roof redo. What do y'all think? I don't have leaks, but he said that the shingle integrity is what breaks down in hail damage situations and it doesn't leak until a few years later but it takes the life off the shingle. I'm not a roofer and have never even roofed a dog house. Has anyone done this or had this pitch to them?