Hail and wind including tornados and hurricanes can damage your roof.
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1. Stop further damage and secure the damaged area. Assess potential damage with a trusted professional.
2. Discuss steps needed to initiate a claim with your insurance agent.
3. File a claim. The adjuster will schedule a time to inspect the damage.
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What do I do if I suspect my roof is damaged?
Knowing for certain if you have roof damage and dealing with insurance claims can be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are many resources available to facilitate the claims process. Those resources include your personal insurance agent, internet resources as well as local contractors. If you've been impacted by a recent storm and suspect wind or hail damage and need assistance, there are a few things you should do prior to filing a claim.
FIRST: If you suspect damage to your roof, the first thing you should do is contact a trusted Contractor. Your roofing Contractor can inspect your home, assess your damage and perform temporary repairs. Herring Residential provides a thorough inspection of your roof at no charge to you, the homeowner. We will provide an honest, expert opinion about the condition of your roof, and assist you in making a decision as to whether filing an insurance claim is necessary.
SECOND: If you are comfortable with your Roofing Contractor and trust their opinion, you should contact your Insurance Agent or Insurance company's claims department to discuss your damage, the Contractor's findings, and the steps to initiate a claim. If you are not comfortable with the findings, you should seek a reliable second opinion. Your Contractor can also assist with this step.
THIRD: File a claim. At this point, an adjuster will schedule an inspection and, usually, your contractor will meet the adjuster at your residence to review the damage. To learn more about the claims process, click your insurance company above OR call us to discuss further how we can walk you through the process of repairing your roof.