Did you know:

Storm damage cannot always be seen from the ground. Most homeowners are unaware of what insurance adjusters and insurance restoration experts look for to determine if wind has actually damaged the shingles, siding, windows, and gutters. (NOTE: A shingle damaged by wind will void your manufacturer's warranty. Other occurances that may void your warranty can be found under "EXCLUSIONS" on your warranty papers.

Hail Damage Insurance Claims

Understanding hail damage and what it means to you. Hail usually has to be the size of a golf ball before it will break, split or bruise the roof shingle. When driven by high winds for several minutes or longer, the loss can be substantial, regardless of the size. Damage is often missed from ground level inspections. Based on the severity of a storm, it is very likely that you have sustained some type of damage to your home. Cracks or holes in vinyl siding, or dents in aluminum siding can lead to leaks and structural damage or cosmetically impair your home's appearance. Hail and high winds can serious damage to your roof, siding, gutters, and fascia. However, not all damage is easily visible.

Don't wait until it is too late!!

Hail damage often may seem as no immediate threat to the structural reliability of the roof. However, many insurance companies have a "statute of limitation" as long as hail claim is visible. If you have experienced a loss such as hail damage, you must be proactive in getting a resolution that helps preventing the damage from getting worse. When damage goes unnoticed and undetected it can cause the roof to leak all of a sudden and overtime hail damage claims are no longer viable.

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