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Wind damage can also be a difficult to spot from the ground. In some cases you may have missing, crooked, or lifted shingles that only lift during high winds and look normal at all other times. Once a shingle becomes creased, it lifts easily and water is able to run under it, causing widespread damage.
The first step of the process is identifying if your home has sustained hail or wind damage. We will inspect your roof to identify any damage that could justify an insurance claim. Next up is filing a claim with your insurance company. This sounds like it may be painful, but most insurance companies are friendly to work with regarding claims. After calling in the claim an insurance adjuster will contact you and set up a time to visit your residence. We will be on site to assist the adjuster on your behalf. You do not need to be at the home while the insurance adjuster is there. In most cases the claim is approved or denied on site. Upon approval the insurance company will issue you a check that will start the replacement process. This check will not be the full amount of the claim. It will be enough to purchase the materials and get the replacement started. If your home is approved for a replacement, Home Solutions Roofing will schedule for the roof to be replaced. Before work begins, our workers will tarp and cover all items that may need protection. Our workers will then replace the roof items per the insurance companies guidelines. After the replacement is complete and you are satisfied, Home Solutions Roofing will issue a Certificate of Completion to the insurance company. Once received the insurance company will issue a final check for the roof replacement.
Most homeowners are unaware that their roof has hail damage. In most cases, it is not visible from the ground and has not yet caused a leak inside of the home. Damage to a roof occurs when hail stones from a storm dent and deteriorate the shingles' surface. The hail stones do not have to be large to cause serious damage. In most hail damage cases the shingles' granules (the small pieces of rock that give the shingles their color) are removed where the hail stones strike the roof. This can expose the asphalt lower membrane of the shingle, shortening the life expectancy of the roof as well as potentially leading to leaks.
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