Hail & Storm Damage

Hail and Storm Damage

Following a severe storm, your first roofing concern is whether or not the storm caused any leakage that might damage your home’s interior. Even if your roof does survive a hail storm without leaking, there may still be significant hail damage. That’s why it’s important to call in an experienced roofing expert like Young Construction to check your roof for hail damage.

We will thoroughly inspect your entire roof and look for any signs of roof hail damage. After a storm, we’re the experts to call!

Various Ways Shingles Can Be Damaged

Hail

Loss of granule layer on the shingle will cause the organic-based center of the shingle to be exposed to the sun’s UV rays. This will cause serious deterioration of the shingle in a short period. Furthermore, hail can actually puncture or seriously damage your roof.

High Winds

Over 50 miles per hour can lift the shingle and cause seals to break, never to be resealed. The unsealed shingles will then flap in the breeze and soon snap off.

The Inspection

We will inspect your property for visible signs of damage.

Ventilation

Improper or inadequate ventilation in your attic will cause the shingles to scorch and bubble up causing a serious problem. An inspection by a trained technician can verify the extent of the damages and outline the means to get them repaired. If You Think Your Property Is Damaged, give us a call and one of our specialists will meet you to assess your home. If damage is found. We will inform you to call your insurance company. Provide initial assessment estimate. We will provide you and your insurance company with an initial assessment and estimate of the damages. Getting through the process. We will work with you to assure a clear understanding of the process and receive a fair claim settlement.

Contractor Representation

You are entitled to have the contractor of your choice represent you. We will represent you during the inspection process. First, we will meet with you to determine the extent of the damage, then we will meet with your adjuster to determine all other aspects. Whether it’s for the roof, gutters, siding, or other exterior damage, we work with the adjuster in finalizing the cost of the repairs and getting your claim paid. We will work with you from the initial appointment until your house is back to the condition or even better prior to the storm.