When severe weather or catastrophic events occur, you can count on Rescue Roofing. We understand your need to get your life back in order as quickly as possible. We have a solid reputation with insurance companies and will help streamline the insurance claim process and restore your home to its beautiful pre-storm condition.
Why Have Your Property Evaluated?
There are several reasons why your property should be inspected after a hail or wind storm. Catastrophic events such as hail, wind and ice storms can cause extensive damage to residential and commercial properties. Unfortunately, this damage is not always immediately apparent and can take several years before it becomes a problem. Fortunately, these events are covered by your insurance policy. When damage happens, Rescue Roofing can get your claim moving quickly! Here are the three main reasons you should contact us:
Roof Inspections are FREE!
A Rescue Roofing representative can quickly evaluate your property and determine whether you should or should not file an insurance claim. Within a short period of time our inspector will satisfy your concerns on whether your property or roof has been compromised by a recent hail or wind storm.
Hail May Void Your Current Roof Warranty
According to most roofing material manufacturers, hail is classified as one of many events that are considered situations beyond normal weathering or exposure conditions.
Unforeseen Emergency Repairs Are Common
Hail and wind damaged roofing shingles are not easily seen from the ground. The impact of hail on an asphalt shingle will remove the roofing granules preventing them from effectively reflecting the ultra violet rays of the sun. This damage will cause the shingles to deteriorate. Strong winds can also compromise the sealing strip of asphalt shingles and water and ice can be forced underneath. This type of damage starts slowly, but will continue to worsen - causing interior damage to plywood sheathing, interior drywall, and insulation. Such damage may result in the formation of mold. If mold growth is present, mold remediation services may be required. Temporary repairs may be necessary to prevent further shingle or interior damage to your property.