Call your insurance company, tell them windstorm blew your roof off.We have had some high winds several times in the last year where we found roofing shingles on our lawn afterwards. Some even the other day.
I have never had the wonderful experience of doing any roofing work, other than one day with a roofing company and I was fired the next day. Good thing, I couldn't even hardly walk after squatting the whole day taking down roofing paper for hot stuff on a flat roof. I have never been so happy to be fired in my life. Horrible to squat all day long and not even be able to put down a knee.
In any case, what do I need to know. I have called 3 companies which appear to have the highest ratings in our area. Only one answered the phone directly and will call back in a few minutes. The last 4 numbers on his phone are 4440. Is this a sign???? (Just kidding, but he is the only one to actually answer the phone directly)
Will see how it goes and what the contracts will entail.
PS I just got a call back from one of the folks that says he is an insurance adjustor specialist or something like that and he wants me to sign a contract BEFORE the estimate that he will get the roofing work for only the price of our deductible. I told him I am not going to sign a contract before I get an estimate. He said he doesn't work that way so I said goodbye.
They may send someone out to fix it, and insurance will pay for it.
....you may have to find someone yourself and post the bill to insurance, but most companies these days will have someone that they normally use for whatever your problem is.