Hail Damaged Roofs | Hail Damage Roof Repair
If you are a roofer, then you love hail season. Hail means a lot of work. And rightfully so. What most people don’t understand is that hail is one of the worst types of damage that can happen to your roof. Hail damaged roofs do not always look damaged. In fact they rarely display any damage at all. Its easy for a homeowner to assume they have no damage to their roof. But hail damaged roofs will eventually turn into much worse problems. When hail hits a roofing shingle it knocks of the protective granules of asphalt that give shingles their protective covering. The damage can easily be recognized by a trained roof inspector or an insurance claims specialist. By the time hail damaged roofs leak, the water has caused damage to roofing structure that now has to be replaced.
Insurance Claims Specialist
Insurance companies understand completely just how damaging hail is to a roof. And because they do understand the severity of the damage whether seen or unseen, when insurance claims specialist spot damage on your roof, they are certainly going to replace the roof before the damage forces them to replace much more than just the roof. The key then is to make sure you understand how to deal with your insurance company. Ryson Roofing has insurance claims specialist on staff. We use the exact same software to estimate your damage and repair or replacement costs. The insurance company wants to save money by not repairing or replacing everything that you may be entitled to. Our experience and know how allows us to really assess your specific situation to assist you in recovering a proper replacement.
Ryson Roofing The Best Choice
Hail damage is the one thing you can not afford to leave undetected. Ryson Roofing has been servicing hail damaged roofs for over 23 years. We know what to look for and we know exactly what steps need to be taken in order to quickly file a claim and recover your loss. If your roof has not been inspected in several years, we urge you to schedule your free roof inspection today. “Just to be on the safe side.”