Weather events cause catastrophic amounts of damage to our nation on a yearly basis. The most common types of weather damage we get in the southeast US is wind damage, hail damage and fallen trees.  These types of damages can create much bigger problems if left unaddressed. At the first sign of wind, hail or tree damage, you should have your roof inspected by a professional to assess the severity and urgency of the damage.

Wind Damage

The easiest way to spot wind damage is to notice any lifted shingles on your roof. Once a shingle becomes loose, it will appear lifted and flap up and down when the wind blows. You might also notice that shingles have blown completely off of your roof and have landed in your yard. Missing and wind-blown shingles will let water easily enter your home during future rainstorms, causing a domino effect of future damage.

Insurance companies are notorious for extending coverage for spot repairs for wind damaged roofs, leaving you with not only a polka-dot looking roof, but a roof that has dozens of areas susceptible to failed repairs. What exactly does this mean? As shingles age, they not only become thinner and more susceptible to wind damage, but they become more brittle and less workable.

Precision Public Adjusting has a team of adjusters with backgrounds in roofing. This is powerful because not only do we know when roofs actually need replacement but we know when the insurance company rightfully owes for it based on your policy. It is important to remember: Insurance companies do not owe for wear and tear, age, improper installation or manufactures defects, but they do owe for covered perils such as wind and hail damage.

Call us for a free, no obligation inspection on your roof.

Hail Damage

You might notice that in the South East United States that your area might only receive 1-2 hailstorms per year. This is much than other parts of the country, but that doesn’t mean that your property won’t sustain damage. Hail hits to your roof, siding, gutters and surrounding property can not only be unsightly but affect your roofs ability to keep water out of your home or business. When a hailstone impacts your shingle, it causes granule loss which jeopardizes the waterproofing abilities of the shingle.

Hail hits are sometimes difficult for undertrained or inexperienced roofers to recognize. They can often be mistaken for blistering on your roof which is caused by ventilation issues. We recommend having a professional assess the damages on your roof before filing a claim.

Tree Damage

High winds can not only cause lifted shingles but trees to fall. This can be a terrifying experience especially if you are inside the home when it happens. Damage from a tree can cause significant structural damage to your home and needs to be addressed immediately. We have restoration experts on staff to assist in restoring your home to its pre-loss condition, no band-aids allowed here! Call our Public Adjusters for a fast and free assessment of how serious your damage is and what our strategy for your claim would be.

If you are experiencing a weather related emergency in your home please contact us for a call from one of our licensed adjusters within 2 hrs.
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