Did your neighborhood get hit by the hail storm last October?
Peshtigo, Marinette and Menominee experienced a considerable late-season hail storm last year. This brief passing storm pelted homes with hail stones measuring between 1 and 1.5 inches in diameter, leaving blankets of hail in its wake.
Most people think that just because you can’t see a dent in your siding or marks on your roof, your home’s exterior weathered the storm safely. The fact is that much of the damage done during a hail storm isn’t easily visible to the untrained, naked eye. The effects of hail damage are not immediately apparent. Factor in our brutal Midwest winters, and what starts as a little ding can turn into a lot of problems over time.
A roof compromised by the driving abuse of a hail storm can lead to water infiltration, shortened life expectancy of shingles, and other problems. The longer you wait to inspect and treat a hail-damaged roof, the bigger the damage – and repair costs!
So what do you do?
Substantial hail storms are rare occurrences, so it’s normal to have a lot of questions. How can I really tell if my roof was damaged? How do I get things moving with my insurance company? Where do I even begin?
We have your answers.
We invite you to download our free, information-packed hail guide. As the Midwest’s leading storm restoration company, we help homeowners navigate the insurance claim and restoration process. We have prepared this guide to address the most common questions and concerns homeowners face when a hail storm impacts their area. In it, you’ll find:
- Common signs of hail damage to your home
- A step-by-step walkthrough of the restoration process
- What to expect with a homeowners insurance claim
- Seven key things to know about your homeowners insurance
- …and more!