How to file an insurance claim isn’t necessarily common knowledge. There’s no need to learn how to file a claim…until there is. A storm hits; you see your neighbors replacing their roofs left and right; and you realize your roof might have damage too. So what’s next?
Roofers and landscapers are knocking on your door. Tree limbs and missing shingles lay scattered across your neighbor’s yards. You start seeing tree trimmers and landscapers clean up the neighborhood. Roofers tear offing and putting up new roofs. Your house seems fine, but you start to wonder: Is my roof okay? Should I file a claim for storm damage?
Ana, Bill, Claudette, Danny, Elsa, Fred, Grace, Henri, Ida,..what letter of the alphabet are we on now? Every day the news announces a new hurricane. Okay, we are exaggerating, but there have been a lot of storms. With peak hurricane season here and roofers already knocking on your door, you’re probably wondering, “How does hurricane weather affect my roof? What does storm damage look like?”