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On a yearly basis, approximately one in every 50 insured homes has a property damage claim related to wind or hail. In many of those cases, the homeowners submitted the claims for roof damages. Those claims ultimately help the homeowners save money, but the insurance claim process can be difficult to navigate. Where do you start with the claim? What do you need to do to get the costs of your damages covered? Our team of expert roofers and contractors have provided roofing and restoration services for a plethora of homeowners who were filing damage claims with their insurance companies. As you navigate the roof repair and roof insurance claim process, here are a few steps that you'll want to be sure to take.
Roof repairs are one of the most vital home investments you’ll ever make, and while the concept is fairly simple, it can be challenging if you’re not prepared. As roofers would often advise, you generally need four things before starting a roof repair project. Ethos General Contractors shares them below.
1. Roof Inspection Is Necessary
An in-depth roof inspection is a necessary step before you begin any roofing project, but it’s more important for roof repairs. It’s easy to miss out on a critical repair since most warning signs don’t manifest on the roof surface itself. The difficulty in finding hidden roofing problems is why it’s better to have a professional inspect your roof instead of doing it on your own.