How to Address Wind Damage

How to Address Wind Damage
18 Feb
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Even high-quality roofing is not a guarantee against storm damage. Hail and strong winds can cause obvious structural damage and not-so-obvious leaks. Roofing systems are commonly damaged by wind gusts of seventy-five to eighty-five miles. This can be a stressful experience.  Read on as we share how you can deal with the effects of wind damage.

Act Quickly

Roof damage due to strong winds needs to be catered to immediately. As long as you take quick action, there is a high possibility that you’ll minimize the damage.

Repairs or Replacement?

A roof repair will be less expensive if there are no other urgent issues such as leaks and water damage.

Contact Your Insurance Agent

It is important to let your insurance agent asses the damage and determine if claims can be filed. Once you decide to file a claim, you have to provide proper documentation of the damage sustained, receipts for all work done, inclusive of the efforts you did (i.e., covering up roof holes). We can help you with this paperwork.

Choose the Right Roofing Contractor

Wind damage should not be addressed with DIY projects. Save yourself from distress and choose the right shingle and metal roofing contractor that will help you fix the issue. Be sure to ask to see their business licenses, proof of insurance, certifications, permanent business address and Better Business Bureau rating.

Homeowners in Tampa, FL, trust Dynamic Roofing Concepts, Inc. when it comes to wind damage. Need help? Contact us at (813) 257-9355 to request a free estimate.

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