Hail Damage and Roof Repair!
The first thing to do is look for a local roofing contractor. The guys who chase storms from state to state will go should a problem arise with your new roof. Most will do the minimum when it comes to work because they know they can’t honor a warranty. Also, they will not know the local building codes. All of these issues will leave you paying more out of pocket to fix their mistakes. Most insurance companies will let you pick what roofing repair contractor you want. Be careful of so-called traveling contractors. Deal with a local Roofing contractor piece of mind and a local warranty. Not someone pressuring you to sign a contract on that day. No legitimate contractor will use high-pressure sales tactics.
Wait! Don’t File a Claim.
Don’t just file an insurance claim for your roofing hail damage. If you file a claim and there is not enough damage to cover the deductible, the insurance company will pay nothing, but that claim will still count against you. You should contact a local qualified roofing contractor, to inspect your roof and inform you if there is enough damage to file a claim. If the contractor informs you there is severe damage and a high probability of damage and leaking then have a tarp installed quickly. They are ugly but so is water damage from inside your home. Your insurance will cover the cost.
Hail damage to your roof can be inconvenient, but it can give you the opportunity to replace the most important and expensive part of your home. Don’t just pick a roof that meets the minimum building code requirements. Take time and look at upgrading your roof that has higher ratings for any future storms. A longer warranty and maybe a call 4 hail storm impact rating. It cost a little more, but the peace of mind and potential discount from the insurance company may make it worth the extra expense. There are a few qualified contractors like our company that can offer to finance for the upgrades and/or your deductible. Today may be the perfect time to finance your repairs and improvements and use the insurance money to pay down your debt.
Trust Local Roofing Contractors.
A trusted local contractor doesn’t need half down. They would never use high-pressure sales tactics and will be happy to answer any questions. Always check your contractors, Insurance, Reviews, and record with the BBB before signing any contracts.