Roofing and Siding
The national weather association recommends an annual inspection of your property.
Roof and siding are the first line of defense on the exterior of your property. Due to the location of the roof and it being out of sight daily, property owners rarely inspect this area for damage. Roofs are intended to last several years, but sometimes hail and wind damage greatly affect the longevity of your roof by decreasing its water-shedding capabilities. At times, wind and hail damage can be very obvious, but other times, very real damage can be difficult to spot with an untrained eye. It could take months, even years for damage to your roof, siding, windows, and gutters to become evident. This is why the national weather association recommends the annual inspection. Our Haag Engineer Certified Inspectors are qualified to perform full inspections to report the damage.
The effects of weather damage can come in all shapes and sizes. In fact, most hail damage cannot be spotted without a trained eye. Our restoration professionals are trained to inspect your roof thoroughly to identify wind and hail damage, providing a detailed damage assessment to your adjuster when the time comes to file a claim.
Siding has many values as the outer covering of your house. It attaches directly to your building structure and protects your home by shedding water away from it. Making a good choice as to which type of siding to use is just as important as protecting it because a siding upgrade will directly add value to your property while protecting it at the same time.