Hail Damage

Discussion in 'Discussion Group' started by Keech, Jun 7, 2019.

  1. Keech

    Keech Member

    Anyone with hail damaged roof. If you had it repaired how well was the experience? What company would you recommend and why. Your comments will be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Wayne Stollings

    Wayne Stollings Well-Known Member

    Contact your home insurance agent to get to an adjuster. Some insurance companies have agreements with vendors which can get some special considerations. The insurance will cover the damaged roof areas and you may have some improvement costs or you may not depending on the particulars of the situation. At the very least the adjuster can have the roof inspected to give an estimate of the extent of the damage rather than one of the companies using weather data to try to get as much repair business as possible. Some of those companies are great but not all of them, which is why the recommendations of an adjuster may help you in many ways.
     
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  3. Keech

    Keech Member

    Thanks. I have completed the insurance part. I want to know about the current experiences with roofing repairs from the latest hail storm. The roofs look very nice.
     
  4. JenniferK

    JenniferK Well-Known Member

    We replaced our 20 year old roof last summer. While my roof could have technically been repaired after the hail storm, our adjuster allowed for a complete replacement because he was concerned that peeling back the damaged areas to fix them would affect the integrity of our brand new roof.
     
  5. Harvey

    Harvey Well-Known Member

    So I also have a couple questions:

    1) Who have you used for roofing/siding? Good experience or bad?

    2) I have gone through the insurance part and I have the check and report from the adjuster. A couple of roofers will not bid the job unless they see what the dollar amount is on the check. This seems suspect to me. What is the typical procedure here? Get bids and pick your roofer, then pay them from insurance money? If it goes over the amount I see you can appeal for more by sending in invoices? What if the repairs are under the amount the insurance company provided?
     
  6. markfnc

    markfnc Well-Known Member

    my adjuster that came out, said if bids are more then insurance estimate to get resolved before you sign the contract with roofer. send roofer estimate to insurance . i cant recommend anyone yet. I'm in commercial construction, and having a hard time getting quotes. use a local guy due to warranties. we used Robco for repairs earlier, they were good.
     
  7. jesse82nc

    jesse82nc Well-Known Member

    Highly recommend Scro's in Clayton. They are one of the largest roofers in NC. They have done a great job on our roof and many friends' roofs. They also stand behind their work.
     

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