If your house has been damaged in a storm, wait until the storm is completely over and it’s safe to go outside or to return to your home. Then do a complete assessment of the damage that was done.
You’ll want to take plenty of photos of each individual bit of damage so that you can show them to your insurance adjuster. When you’re inspecting your home for damage, don’t forget to look at the roof, gutters, siding vents, and more.
Once you’ve assessed your home for damage, you should contact your insurance company. Then you can make an insurance claim for wind damage to the roof or other parts of your house.
If you’re planning to make a storm damage insurance claim, you can get in touch with Rise Construction and we’ll give you a quote for how much it will cost to repair your home. Then, contact your insurance company to send an adjuster to look at your house. Your contractor from Rise will be present during the inspection, so they can ensure that your adjuster accurately estimates costs and gives you a fair deal. This could dramatically improve your insurance claims process after experiencing storm damage.