Hail damage mn roof inspections are happening around the Twin Cities these days. Much like the last several years, the summer storm season has produced hail damage throughout the metro. But here is something you may not consider if you are faced with the feeling and perhaps the saved hail in your freezer as a keep sake.
Have a hail damage mn from a reputable restoration company evaluate the scope of your damage before an insurance adjuster arrives. This is important for two primary reasons. First, a person whom looks at hail damage regularly can see things that others cannot. Some damage is obvious, some is not. Second, a contractor will know the approximate cost of the needed repairs and that written data can be cross referenced with the insurance adjusters estimate. Often times hail damage adjusters are from out of state and not as familiar with local labor costs, construction methods and local construction codes.
Equally significant, know your current home mortgage information and other primary lien holders against the damaged property. The adjuster will ask this, and cross reference the info you give with what is on record at the insurance company. If they don’t have the most recent or correct information, a check to begin the repairs may be written with the wrong lender as an endorsee. Imagine the headache of trying to get a signature on a check at a location your no longer on record or no longer in their system of borrowers. Also, a mortgage not current can also slow the payment process.
Have Berkeshire Exteriors on your hail damage speed dial. You will receive the helpful guidance you seek through the process of storm damage restoration.