We understand how stressful it is when your home sustains storm damage, Minnesota Roofing Company will do a free thorough inspection of your entire home and document all areas of the damage done to your home from the storm. Our salesmen will coordinate with your insurance company a time and date to meet and be there at the time of inspection to make sure all the damage is accounted for on the insurance claim. We’ll make sure the process is as easy and transparent as possible for you.
Minnesota Roofing Company provides the following storm damage repair services throughout the Twin Cities Metro area.
Storms with hail can make an impact on your roofing or siding, and the damage can be difficult to detect on your own. That’s why we recommend having professional access the roof damage.
It often is the case when you’re dealing with storm damage that you will also need your gutters restored or completely replaced. When the damage is assessed, make sure to include both on your insurance claim to avoid extra work down the road.
The amount of damage to your siding depends greatly on the speed of the wind and hail size during the storm. You will notice damage to the paint and cracks in your siding. It’s important to have this repaired as soon as possible to avoid exposure to the elements, which could lead to even more costly repairs to your siding.
Minnesota Roofing Company will help you select the right windows and install them for you. Window damage on your home or business after a storm can be a great opportunity to look into higher quality and more efficient windows.
We’re here to work with your insurance company and help you build a professional roof and gutters insurance claim.
We are Experienced with Insurance Claims
When you first reach out to Minnesota Roofing Company regarding your storm damage, we’ll get you connected with one of our fine project managers to guide you through the process and answer any questions. They will coordinate with your insurance company and be there at the time of inspection to make sure all the damage is accounted for on the insurance claim.