When thunderstorm updrafts are strong enough to carry water droplets above the freezing level, the droplets combine to form hailstone. On the way down, these hailstones can grow as additional water freezes onto it - sometimes forming hailstones the size of golf balls or larger. Regardless of the hailstone size, it can seriously damage your home!
Some hail can puncture your roofing materials causing a leak - others can cause functional hail damage that could cause a leak over time if not repaired. Hailstones can also damage gutters, siding and other exterior surfaces of your home. Before contacting your insurance agent, call Advantage Construction to come out and inspect your roof to assess if your damage is substantial enough to justify filing an insurance claim.
Our hail damage inspections are FREE.Beware of contingency contracts with other companies who will give you a roof inspection and make you sign a "Roof Inspection Report". These are often contingency contracts in disguise, forcing you to use that contractor in the event the insurance claim is approved. Advantage Construction NEVER makes you sign for a roofing inspection.