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A History Of Wind And Roofs (What You Need To Know)

By |November 4th, 2019|

The wind blows on Mars, NASA reminds us. If and when humans build habitats on Mars, we will have to build roofs to withstand the wind. Here on earth, the wind has blown for all the years our atmosphere has existed. Wind storm roof damage is common all over the world, but in Georgia, our homes and roofs are subjected to many different types of wind.  […]

How To Avoid Storm Chasing Roofers When Damage Happens

By |October 7th, 2019|

Roofs are made to withstand weather elements, but extreme storms may leave a trail of destruction. Storm chasing roofers have earned their name by following storms. Their goal is to get a lot of roof repair work then move on to the next affected region in search of new homeowners to exploit. This article has tips on how to spot a storm chaser from a mile away and avoid them altogether. […]

Roof Leak Scenarios: What You Need To Know To Identify Them

By |September 16th, 2019|

Owning a home is one of the most satisfying feelings you’ll ever experience. To safeguard your home, you should do your best to avoid storm damage or a leaking roof. The first step in solving this problem is to understand its underlying causes. […]

What a Roofer Needs to Know about Complicated Claims

By |September 9th, 2019|

 

Nearly every roofer in the Marietta area accepts insurance work. Many insurance claims for roofs, however, are not strictly for the roof. What about the tree that falls on the roof and also collapses part of the garage? What about the broken HVAC unit in the attic that also rotted the sheathing? How do complicated insurance claims get resolved? […]

How to Make Your Insurance Claim Fail – Don’t Do This!

By |August 5th, 2019|

Property-casualty insurance fraud costs all Americans roughly $34 billion a year, according to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF). Fraud is only one way to ruin your reputation. When bad weather damages your home’s roof, avoid having your insurance claim turned down. Get prompt, professional attention by keeping away from these bad decisions.  […]