It is hard to deal with the aftermath of a storm, especially if it affected you, your family members and your property. After all, there is no stopping such forces of nature from wreaking havoc on everything in their path. Yet, when damage to your roofing system presents itself after the storm has passed, you can always take advantage of restoration services right away. It is also a great thing to have an insurance policy handy.
The first few hours after a storm passes your area are perhaps some of the most difficult moments you may have to deal with. In addition to making sure your family is safe, you also have to ensure both insurance claims and storm damage restoration are completed as soon as possible. In this blog, we discuss a common roofing scam: storm chasers.
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.
Before a roof retires, it might experience numerous repair sessions to fix broken components to save the whole. A point will come, though, when replacing the whole thing is more practical.
Did a storm just pass through your area? There’s a good chance that your home is in need of roof repair or at least an inspection. Unfortunately, it’s also likely that storm chasers have just arrived in town, scammers posing as legitimate roofing companies looking for potential victims. To stay safe, watch out for the signs you’re talking to storm chasers.