I just weathered Irma and luckily we made it in one piece. But I did have some shingles blow off. Upon inspection of my roof I noticed that some of my shingles on the very top row (not to be confused with the shingles on top of my ridge vent) were bent back against the ridge vent and are now cracked. My problem is that the nail holding the cracked shingle down appears to be the same nail that is used to attach the ridge vent to the roof. At least it looks that way. I’m not experienced on roofing matters more than replacing shingles. Does anyone have any insight on how the top row of shingles are attached before the ridge vent is put on? Was wondering if I’m gonna have to remove the ridge vent to properly replace those cracked shingles. The roof is only three years old and I was told that hurricane damage is not included in the warranty. Any insight is greatly appreciated.