Hail Impact Help

By living in Denver, we’re no strangers to the occasional hailstorm. With hail randing in various sizes, these spring and summertime storms can wreak havoc on your landscape, car, and roof. 

Just like you wouldn’t ignore hail damage to your car, you shouldn’t let your roof go ignored either. 

After a hailstorm, you should take a quick look at your roof for any obvious signs of damage like cracked or displaced shingles or exposed wood and insulation. 

Storm Damage

Some storm damage may be easily visible like cracks, holes, and missing shingles, but it’s just as easy for damage to be hidden from sight, especially if you only look at it from the ground. 

Hairline cracks or tears to your ice and water shield may go unnoticed, letting water into your home which can lead to other, more serious problems like black mold, structural rot, or even foundational deterioration.

You should always inspect your entire property after a severe storm. A good rule of thumb is that if there’s any other damage like dents in your car, broken glass, or downed tree limbs, there’s probably been some damage to your roof that will need to be addressed. Whether you find any damage or not, it’s always a good idea to have your roof inspected after large hail storms and other severe weather. We’ll be here to provide hail damage repair only.

When there’s clearly visible damage to your roof, you can be sure that there’s more damage that you can’t see and needs to be repaired quickly. Since not all hail damage is visible from the ground, if you didn’t see anything wrong, it’s still a good idea to give us a call for a thorough inspection. The damages to your roof won’t always be easy to see so you should have a professional come take a look for any hidden problems. Even a small problem can compound quickly and lead to larger repairs in the future. The earlier we catch roof damage, the less headache you’ll have to endure.

If you notice any of these, check your roof for damage:

  • Worn down or cracked shingles
  • Displaced shingles
  • Exposed wood framing or insulation
  • Cracked or pierced undercoating
  • Broken windows
  • Damage to your car or landscape

You may not need to, but only a professional can determine that with a proper inspection. Hail damage isn’t typically isolated to one area of your roof. Unrepaired damage can allow for leaks and lead to wider spread damage and what looks like a minor issue can become increasingly dangerous the longer you wait. There’s no reason to not file a claim for damage to your home, so stay on the safe side and give us a call for even the most minor damage. We’ll make sure to get you the repairs your home needs.

Each homeowners insurance provider will handle it differently, but generally speaking, they’d rather pay for a roof repair or replacement than risk having larger damages down the line. An insurance provider will typically cover the cost of an entire replacement minus your deductible. We’ll make sure that your out-of-pocket is as low as possible, so leave the claims process to us! You’ll be much happier letting us deal with the hassle of repairing or replacing your roof now rather than risking a bigger headache later.

The insurance claim process can be frustrating, especially when you’re already dealing with leaks or other problems, but you don’t have to do it alone! We will guide you through the process of making storm damage/roof insurance claims and work alongside you as your representative to make your roof replacement as quick and painless as possible.

  1. Schedule An InspectionWhether you know there’s damage to your roof or you only suspect it, make sure to call us first. We’ll inspect your roof for free, thoroughly documenting every piece of damage we find.
  2. File A ClaimIf we discover damage, you should contact your insurance provider and file a claim. We will provide you with all the details and photographic evidence your insurance company will need.
  3. Meet With An AdjusterYour insurance company will send an adjuster to your home to perform another inspection. Be sure to let us know when you’re scheduled and we’ll meet up with your adjuster on-site to walk them through the damage.
  4. Schedule Your ReplacementOnce your claim is processed and approved, we’ll repair or replace your roof as quickly as possible, depending on the complexity of the project.
  5. Follow UpAfter your roof replacement is complete, we’ll follow up with you and your insurance provider to make sure that all parties are completely satisfied with the outcome.

You’ll be much happier letting us deal with the hassle of repairing or replacing your roof now rather than risking a bigger headache later.