2020 has been a tough year for many reasons, and to add to your worries, you are now facing rain and hail damage from the recent hurricanes. But since your roof is your first line of defense in protecting your home, we want to let you know that Perimeter Roofing is here to help with all of your roofing repairs.
We have established many relationships with insurance companies in our service areas. Having these relationships has helped us get a good understanding of what roof repairs will be covered in the event of a hurricane or heavy storm damage.
Dealing with roofing repairs after a storm can get very stressful, but we are here to make it as simple as possible. We can help you take all of the necessary steps in repairing your roof after a storm. Whether you need assistance with determining if you should file a claim, or even preparing the paperwork, you can trust that we will be there every step of the way.
We offer free roof inspections, so we can determine what repairs need to be done to your home. We will thoroughly check each part of your home, inside and outside, to make sure we catch any rain or hail damage that may be occurring. Below is a list of things that we may notice, and will determine the extent of your roofing damage:
During a hurricane, your roof can be hit with extremely heavy rain and hail which can cause many issues with your roof. We will determine the extent of your damage and handle all repair needed to ensure your roof is back to protecting your home. We will not only restore your roof, but we will also do it in a timely manner. That way you do not have to worry about the safety of your home or family.
Whether you are in need of major roofing repairs, or need help determining if your insurance will cover your damage, just know here at Perimeter Roofing we are putting your needs first.
Contact us today to see how we can help your roof recover from any water or hail damage that may have occurred during the hurricanes. For more information on how to protect your roof during a storm, please click here.