What to Expect After a Storm
Major storms can be frightening and dangerous, and safety has to be your first priority. If your neighborhood has seen serious storm-related damage, be careful. If you the risk of flooding or structural damage, don’t go inside. Spending a few nights away is a small price to pay.
Get through the storm, and then take a look at the impact. Read on for more.
How much you get from insurance depends on things like how much you pay in premiums and deductibles, the severity of harm to your property, your property’s condition and more.
To get max payouts from your property insurance policy, keep track of damage or take photos of the damage right away. Then, contact your insurer to schedule a time to see an assessor. Next, get in touch with a storm damage restoration specialist.
Storm Damage Scenarios
- Winter Storms: Blizzards can cause roofs to fail, break branches and power poles, and cause other harm.
- Hail Storm Damage: Major hail storms can cause shingle and siding damage, causing hidden leaks and compounding damage.
- Flood Damage: Flood water can get into your building’s foundation, ruin structures and possessions inside, lead to mold proliferation and cause other problems.
- Damage from Wind Storms: This can damage structures, destroy glass, destroy trees and landscaping and electricity hookups and cause other problems.
- Tornado and Hurricane Damage: Circular winds can wreak havoc on your home or business, such as catastrophic damage to siding, roofs, landscaping and more.
Find an Experienced Contractor
Damaged properties are often dangerous, and hiring a professional contractor can help you get the problem solved quickly and correctly. Reach out to us right away.