Constant exposure to the weather is hard on your home. When your roof is damaged in a storm, you may be left with a lot of questions. Will your insurance policy cover the costs of the missing shingles, as well as the other damage? Read on as King Roofing, LLC, answers some of the most common questions about storm damage insurance.
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Receiving insurance money is the most effective way to reduce your roof replacement costs. It’s the least you can do to reduce the impact of storm damage on your life. Although it’s an entitlement you earned by paying your premiums, claiming a new roof successfully isn’t a guarantee.
Not all forms of storm-inflicted roof damage are as obvious as a fallen tree branch inside your attic. This kind of damage sometimes look harmless, or not even noticeable to the untrained eye. It’s imperative to catch it early, no matter how negligible or inconspicuous it may be, or else a costly roofing project could ensue.
Conventional wisdom tells you that leakage is the number one roof problem. Of course, it’s a problem, but a leak is generally a “complication” of an underlying cause. At times, it’s only a small sign indicating a bigger issue that might recur if the root of the issue is not fixed.