Hail and Wind Damage
* Hail impacts can lessen the life of your shingles and damage their integrity.
* Lifted or broken shingles can cause leaks in the future from high wind and rain.
* Damaged or loosened exhaust pipes may cause leaks or carbon monoxide back-up,
if not detected and repaired.
* Cracked skylights or vents may cause leaks during the next rainy day.
It is the responsibility of the property owner to secure their property
from any further damages. Make sure that your roof and property
No matter what stage you're at
from the recent storms in your area, allow a reputable experienced
storm damage and insurance repair contractor to help you with...
* A free roof inspection with a complete property damage report
* Free consultation
* Adjuster Meetings or re-inspections
* Free estimates and more
Make sure you have damage before you file a claim
It is best to have your property inspected before you call your insurance company to file a claim.
If you do not have signicant damages for full replacement cost, then you may not want to file a claim. In the event that you do have damage you will want to get full replacement cost for all damages.
It is in your best interest to have an experienced insurance repair contractor help you get full replacement cost by meeting with your insurance adjuster to insure that you receive full replacement cost for all damages to your property.
Have an expert storm damage repair contractor inspect your roof and property immediatley, at no cost or obligation to you.
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