Forces of nature can be devastating to your home, your biggest investment.  The damage done to roofs by hail is often hidden, out of sight.  Typically there is no visible signs from the ground.

 

Hail, normally has to be the size of a golf ball before it can break through your shingle and cause bruising.  If driven by high winds or if it hails for more than a few minutes, your roof will suffer from the loss of protective granule's.  This greatly reduces the life of your roof.

 

A Claims Specialist will conduct an independent inspection of your property to determine the extent of damage to your roof, siding, gutters, windows and interior of your home. 

 

Wind devastation.  Including high winds, tornadoes & hurricanes, cause structural damage, rip off shingles, siding, gutters and take down fences.  Flying debris breaks windows, damages doors and wreaks havoc on the exterior of properties.

 

Often missed, is wind damage to roofs, from “wind uplift” where seals to shingles are broken, allowing dirt and debris from the storm to lodge under the shingles.  Unfortunately, the shingles will never “reseal” back to their original integrity.

 

Allow our staff to assist you in identifying all the damage to your property, even if it is not obvious. Don’t assume that you don’t have damage.

 

The destruction caused by fire is usually attributed to carelessness, electric short, power surges, lighting strikes, or downed power lines.  Repairing the damage created is dirty and includes demolition of all the affected areas.

 

An evaluation of the structural integrity and architectural drawings on reconstruction of the property.

 

As a general contractor we will coordinate all activities with the architect, obtain city permits, and coordinate subcontractors and our “on the job” employees.

 

Flood damages occurs when either your roof or windows integrity is compromised or the municipal drainage systems capacity is overwhelmed by storm surge.

 

In P&C claims it is imperative to be able to distinguish between the two.  The first scenario is covered under a wind claim, the second under flood insurance.   If you have both wind and flood insurance, two separate claims have to be filed, as well as two separate scope of loss assessments documented.  Keep receipts  and allow us to document your loss.