So last Wednesday, we had a hail storm. Some places got baseball size (breaking every window in cars). All we got was about 1" hail. Some of it looked mean with sharp tentacles on it. It cut up the screens on the back side of the house pretty bad, but I didn't see anything serious on the roof. Just a little sand in the gutters. We've had the house 1.5 years, and I think the roof was replaced ~8 years ago? Its 30 yr, "Architectural Style" asphalt shingles. So anyway, I wasn't too worried about the roof since it didn't look like it took any noticeable damage. But my neighbor told me his roof and another neighbor's roof were totaled by their ins. adjusters. Thats all houses within 150 feet of us. His adjuster said after 20 minutes of that, the roof is shot and will leak in 2 years even if it doesn't look bad right now. In 11.5 years of home ownership we have never filed a homeowner's claim. But I don't want to buy the roof in 2 years either. I just called the insurance company and they'll send someone out to look. Any roofers out there care to weigh in here?