Severe Weather Damage Scenarios
Damage caused by severe storms can be devastating to your family home or company, and repairing it can be complicated. To get storm damage repair completed safely and effectively, you need a restoration service company that focuses on returning your building back to pre-storm conditions. Our team is here for you.
Get through the storm, and then examine the damage. Read below for more.
Storm Damage Insurance
Serious damage from the majority of storms is covered by property insurance, but the specifics change. Your financial responsibility depends on your premiums and deductibles, the age and structure of the building, how much damage there is, the value of surrounding property and much more.
First, you should document the damage to your home to the best of your ability. Take a lot of photos and be sure to hang on to any receipts and documents regarding appliances, maintenance work and more. Then, reach out to a storm damage restoration contractor and your insurance agent. Your insurer will send a claim representative or assessor. The best contractors can coordinate policy providers to help you save money.
Storms that cause property damage may lead to mold proliferation and much more.
- Winter Storms: This can cause roofs to fail, break trees and electric systems, and much more.
- Hail Damage: Severe hail can cause shingle and siding damage, and that can mean roof leaks and compounding damage.
- Damage from Wind Storms: This can damage structures, destroy glass, destroy trees and landscaping and power grids and more.
- Hurricane and Tornado Damage: Circular wind storms can wreak havoc on your home or business, including catastrophic damage to roofs, windows, siding and landscaping.
- Flood Damage: Water from floods can ruin foundations, ruin structures and possessions inside, lead to mold proliferation and much more.
Find a Professional Contractor
It’s an absolute must to repair storm damage as quickly as possible, but doing so can be dangerous. Before you try making repairs yourself, work with your home insurer and hire a fully licensed and bonded contractor with full credentials. Get in touch with us for specifics.