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Navigating the Insurance Claim Process with Ease
If you live in the Midwest, you know that extreme weather is just a fact of life. Though we love the beginning of spring or the first snow fall of the year, it doesn't take long for nature to wreck havoc on our roofing systems.
If you've experienced roof damage due to hail, ice dams, strong winds, heavy snow—you name it—your next step is calling our team to assess the damage so you can begin filing an insurance claim.
Review your home insurance policy to ensure you're covered and then call us to asses and document the roof damage. We'll also provide an accurate estimate for required repairs or replacement.
Work with Your Provider
Start the process of filing a claim with your insurance company. If needed, we can communicate directly with their adjuster to help you get a fair settlement for your damage claim.
Repair or Replacement
Once your claim has been processed, contact us and we'll begin working on your roof repairs or replacement services to get your property back to its original condition.
Advocating For You When the Storm Clears.
No one likes dealing with roof storm damage, but when it happens, it good to know you have a professional roofer ready to help! Like you, we call the Midwest our home and understand how difficult this time can be.
With our experience, we help identify the extent of the damage, work with your insurance adjuster, and perform all repairs promptly. At All Elements, Inc., we aim to get your roof back on track as quickly and efficiently as possible.
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Types of Roof Storm Damage
Understanding Roof Damage
Hail damage can appear as dents or depressions on shingles and result in leaks and premature aging of your roof. You may also notice cracks, splits, or holes in shingles or damage to its structure underneath.
A lightning strike can cause significant damage to your roof's structure and shingles. It can also create a power surge that damages your appliances and starts a fire inside your property or on top of the roof.
Strong wind gusts can lift shingles from your roof and cause large branches or nearby trees to fall onto your home. Pressure changes can also create a vacuum effect that can literally pull your roof right off.
The heavy weight of snow puts a lot of stress on your roof, leading to cracking, sagging, or even collapse. When snow melts and refreezes, it creates ice dams that prevent drainage, causing water to seep into your property.
Other Types of Storm Damage
It's important to know what your insurance coverage entails, regardless of whether you live in an area affected by heavy snow or hail, strong winds and tornados, hard rain, or any other natural calamity. This will assist you in determining when to contact a roofing specialist to evaluate the damage and assist you in filing a claim.