Wind and Hail Damage Inspection
Hail Damage Inspection Jacksonville FL
A wind and hail damage inspection should be performed after every significant storm event. When a storm hits, hail damage to your roof system can be significant. Associated wind damage to roofing components is also a major concern, and the evidence of both wind and hail is not always easily visible.
For many homeowners, the process of dealing with an insurance claim due to wind and or hail damage can be very stressful, especially when the damage is readily visible. That is why you need an experienced roofing inspector that will help you navigate through the sometimes confusing insurance restoration process.
For an accurate photo-documented hail damage inspection report, you need a trained roof consultant. Call Neligan Construction & Roofing today and get the results you deserve.
It is important to be able to determine actual wind and hailstorm related damages. Our field analysts will remove the guesswork and correctly establish the extent of your wind and hail destruction.
When our clients sustain storm damage to their properties, they count on us for quick temporary repairs, and expedited replacement services.
Wind and Hail Damage Insurance Claims
An Neligan roof inspector will provide you with an accurate wind and hail damage inspection report. This helps our Client’s in deciding whether or not to file a claim. If there are only minor damages the amount of the insurance payout may not adequately exceed your deductible. For example, your house may have sustained $2,000 worth of damages and your out of pocket payment is $1,500. In this case, it might not make sense to file a claim.
When a storm hits Jacksonville, you need a reliable roofing consultant that will work for you.
Many homeowners are tempted to go with the services of the first storm chaser that knocks on their door.
And quite often the situation then goes from bad to worse.
Each year thousands of distraught and trusting homeowners fall victim to the deceptive tactics of shady storm chasers posing as legitimate contractors.
Be wary of storm chasers that could care less about doing the right thing. The majority of them will say that you have storm damage even if there is not enough damage for a valid claim.