Do you have Storm Damage?
Has your roof been damaged due to Storm Winds and Hail?
Insurance may pay up to 100% of the Replacement Cost of a new roofing system!
One of our highly trained experts will come and give you a full damage report, free of charge and obligation!
We know we have to earn your trust. To help us get there, we make sure that we maintain proper licensing and insurance at all times.
Our salespeople have worked hard to become knowledgeable about roofing and storm damage restoration, but they understand that the key is our customers!
It can be scary to hire a contractor these days. We want you to know that we will provide updates often, be transparent in the process, and always be on time.
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Let us help you get a new roof paid for by your insurance! Georgia is no stranger to Wind and Hail events. With 115 Hail Storms and 938 Widespread Wind Events reported in 2015, there is a significantly high chance your roof has been damaged by what insurance companies consider “an act of God”. Have you had your roof inspected by a professional for these specific type of damages? Give us a call and schedule a free inspection. We will send someone out who has been highly trained in detecting storm damage, and we will help you navigate the entire process of getting a replacement!
It’s hard to spot from the ground, and might not look like much, but once the fiberglass mat is damaged, you can expect roof leaks in your future.
Once your shingles are creased from wind, it leaves your roof exposed to leaking. Eventually, the shingles will be so weak in the crease that they begin to tear and fall off.
Don’t wait until it’s too late to file a claim! Call now!
Is it time for a new roof?
How do you know when it’s time for a new roof? It’s true that nearly 80% of homeowners have never stepped a foot on their own roof. Don’t fret! There are a few signs you might be able to see from inside your home or from the ground outside your home!
• Water spots on the walls or ceiling inside your home?
• Damp or rotted areas on the underside of your roof?
• Shingles that are missing or not lying flat?
• Blackish algae indicating a loss of shingle ‘granules’?
• Other homes in your subdivision getting new roofs?
• Notices about defective shingles on post-2002 roofs?
These are all great indications that it’s time for a new roof. If you are already seeing any of these signs, there is a good chance that there is underlying damage that needs to be assessed immediately to prevent even further damage! Give us a call today for an inspection, free of charge and free of obligation!