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Storm Damage can be Sudden and Hidden
Storm Damage To Your Roof & Property
Storms can cause serious, sometimes hidden, damage to one’s property. Undetected hail and wind can cause long-term, irreversible damage to your roof and property.
Let’s think about lightning for a moment. When lightning strikes, it’s core temperature is around 5 times that of the sun’s surface. That’s not good for your property. Even otherwise sturdy materials like concrete can expand and crack under the heat.
Frequently claims for hail damage are denied because the property owner failed to get the roof inspected promptly. Years later, if the roof leaks, it can be hard to file a successful claim.
Although most roofs are supposed to withstand up to 90 mph winds, in fact they often start taking damage at around 50 mph winds. Shingles may be curled, lifted, or completely torn off, resulting in much greater likelihood of leaks.
A Roof Replacement
Mr. Urgo was instrumental in helping me to get a roof replacement on my home. Without his expertise, I am positive that it would not have happened…
Now, I have a new roof, rust-free, and no longer have to suffer through water leaks soaking through my upstairs bedroom ceiling.
In the end, my only expense for the actual roof replacement was that of $250, my homeowner’s insurance ‘deductible.’
Beware of Unsolicited Storm Chasers.
After your area experiences heavy storm damage, you may find yourself receiving a lot of visits from roofing contractors.
There’s nothing necessarily wrong with this, but unfortunately, these storm chasers will often offer to represent you and deal with your insurance company. In fact, that’s illegal. Roofing contractors are legally forbidden to represent you with your insurance carrier or discuss policy with them.
Instead, if you want to be sure your insurance claim is being handled properly, you should hire a licensed public adjuster (such as Allclaims Pro!)
Commercial Storm Damage to Roofs
Storm and weather damage accounts for 30% of all business insurance claims in the United States, making it the most common kind of claim.
One reason why this kind of claim is so common is that storms can damage your property in a wide variety of obvious or not-so-obvious ways. If your business’ roof starts leaking after a storm, then you know you have a problem. However, you should also check for loose shingles on the ground, or asphalt shingle residue in your downspouts.
Our team at Allclaims Pro has extensive experience in handling storm damage claims, and we’ve perfected a streamlined process for dealing with them.
Once you’ve contacted us, we’ll step in immediately to review your claim and make sure you won’t be ripped off.
When disaster strikes your property, we make sure you’re paid in full.
A Public Adjusting Company That Will Fight For You
Insurance companies have professionals working hard on their side. Chances are, however, that you don’t negotiate with insurance companies every day. Why put yourself at a disadvantage?
In the aftermath of a disaster, you have things to do that are more important than reading all the fine print in your insurance policy.
Leave that to us – because we do it every day.
How It Works
Our job is to make sure that you, the policyholder, are accurately compensated based on the extent of the loss.
Schedule A Consultation
Whether you’re a property owner or a contractor, give us a call or send us a message to discuss your claim.
Note: Have your insurance policy available as well as any photos, estimates, or documentation you may have received from the insurance carrier or contractor if you have already engaged in the claims process.
Review Your Claim
Once our team has received your policy and all documentation of the loss, we will thoroughly assess the situation and determine the proper steps on how to move forward.
Enjoy An Easy Claim Process Driven By Us
As we move forward, we’ll engage the insurance company on your behalf so you can focus on your life while we focus on handling your claim.