Like all other losses, tornado damage brings with it a unique set of effects on a building.
Winds from tornados act differently upon a building than straight-line winds. The winds can create damages to a roofing system, curtain wall system, or other components of a building which may be hard to see. Special equipment, tools, and testing may need to be performed in order to determine if there is damage to one of the components of the building. After leaving Orange County Fire, Mr. Haden moved to Kansas City and was a fire on a local department there for several years. Being here provided him the opportunity to see tornados in person and how these storms affect a building.