What You Need to Know About Recent Hail and Twin Cities Roofing
Recent storms affecting Twin Cities roofing have homeowners asking questions.
Recent storms that affected Twin Cities roofing brought in hail. What do you need to know as a home owner? Hail damage can be confusing. Here are the two most important things a homeowner needs to know in relation to their roof and roofing companies.
Hail damage can be hard to detect to an untrained eye. From the ground some substantial hail damage can remain hidden. Your roof should be inspected from close up, ideally by a trained roof contractor. Inspecting your gutters for evidence of shingle damage along with a close inspection of your flashing are important steps.
Waiting to assess hail damage can cost you more money. The longer the time between the hail storm and reporting the damage the more difficult it may be to prove the storm caused your damage. In addition undetected storm damage can lead to water damage compiling your damage costs.
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) there were 861,597 hail damage claims in the US in 2012. This number has increased from 2010 and 2011. Hail damage claims have ranged from minor damage to catastrophic building loss.
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