Your roof is your home's first line of defense against severe weather; however, hail, heavy rain, and high winds can cause serious roof damage that results in water damage problems.
Generally, we'll wait for a break in the rain before climbing onto a roof when the rain is still sheeting due to the safety risk. Just give us a call, and together we'll determine the best time to tarp your roof.
We can arrange for the tree removal for you. We know a couple of local companies we'd trust with our own homes, and we'll work with them to coordinate any repairs necessary due to a fallen tree.
Check your yard for any shingles that may have blown off. From the ground (do not climb up on your roof yourself), look at your roof for any visible signs of damage. Hail will cause "bruising" and discoloration. Also, check your attic spaces for any signs of water intrusion. Still not sure? Give us a call. We'll come out for a free inspection of your roof.
Your insurance company may send a roof inspector to assess your roof damage claim. They'll be checking to see the extent of the roof damage, what will be required to make the repairs, and also if your roof was poorly maintained or in need of repairs BEFORE the storm. You are entitled to an inspection of your own, however, and our roofing contractor will provide an extra set of eyes to ensure your property will be restored to pre-storm condition.