Roof Damage from Hail and Wind
A hail or wind storm can be a scary situation if you are caught in one. It sounds like a ton of rocks are hitting all over the place. This can leave all sorts of damage to your roof and the rest of your property including missing or loose shingles. Most hail or wind damage cannot be seen from the ground level and goes undetected. We will be able to document any damage with photos and show them to you after the inspection.
It is important to have your roof inspected by a "Local" and "Professional" roofing contractor before you contact your insurance company. The roofing contractor should have knowledge in dealing with the insurance claim process. Your roofing contractor will give you his professional opinion on whether to file a claim or not. If you file a claim, the insurance adjuster who has been assigned to your claim will call you within 24-48 hours to schedule an appointment for a roof inspection. Let your roofing contractor know when the meeting is so they can meet with the adjuster to explain the damage found.
Your adjuster will either approve or deny your claim. Filing a claim comes at NO COST to you. Your insurance premium will not be raised, even if damage is found. This is because hail and wind damage is considered an Act of God/Nature, and therefore come at no fault of your own.
If you are looking for a personal roofing professional that wants to be your contractor for life, not just one meeting, please call TriPeak Roofing today.
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When you have hail or wind damage, you can depend on our professional team to provide exponential service. We're equipped to handle all of your storm-related repairs.
We can assist you in filing a claim with your insurance company!
TriPeak Roofing will help our homeowners through the process of inspecting the roof, filing a claim and re-roofing their homes. Here's what you can expect to happen if you call TriPeak Roofing for help with any roof damage:
- Your TriPeak Roofing representative will perform an inspection and document your roof and surrounding areas of your home.
- If damage is found, it will be suggested that you file a claim with your homeowner's insurance company for damage.
- Once a claim is filed, your insurance company will set an appointment for the adjuster to come inspect your roof for the damage.
- Your TriPeak Roofing representative will be at the adjuster's meeting to make sure all damage found at the previous inspection is pointed out.
- If the adjuster approves the claim and pays for roof replacement, your adjuster will mail you the first check along with their estimate or give you one on scene.
- Your TriPeak Roofing representative will go over the estimate with you, discussing your options for replacement products and sign a contract with you.
- Once the contract is signed with product and color choices and the first check has arrived, we will order product materials. TriPeak Roofing will schedule and install your new roofing system with one of our professional roofing crews. This can take 1 day or 4 days, depending on the size of your roof. Your TriPeak Roofing representative will be there to answer any questions or concerns. You will owe us the remainder of the balance once your new roof is completed.
- Once the job is done, we will send you and your insurance company a final invoice stating that all work per the insurance estimate was completed.
- Your insurance company will send you the 2nd check (usually the remainder of the claim amount with any upgrades) within a week or so.
Call TriPeak Roofing (832) 707-0011 for any storm damaged roof and we can assist in pointing you in the right direction with your home owners insurance company. We are here to answer any further questions you may have and you can rely on the Trusted Name in Roofing, TriPeak Roofing.
NOTE: The above answers to questions is simply our opinion from years of experience, therefore we cannot speak specific facts for any insurance companies about their policies and procedures. Please take the time to call your individual insurance company and seek the specific procedures on handling storm/hail damaged roofs.