STORM RESTORATION

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WEATHER-RELATED DAMAGES

Nature can strike at any given moment. There are thunderstorms, hurricanes, and hailstorms causing property damage throughout the country. In some cases, the damages are obvious, but this is not always the situation. If you’ve experienced severe weather, please be safe and contact a roofing professional to inspect your home. We make the process simple by guiding you through the claim process and ensuring your insurance provider is covering all damages.

Please feel free to reference this article from the National Weather Service to be prepared for a hurricane.

Insurance Process

Let’s Restore Your Home

Tribeca Roofing offers complimentary roof inspections. When the damage is significant, we follow these steps to restore your home. Our team will be in constant contact during the process and will update you immediately with any changes. The sales team is available to consult you with any additional items outside of the original insurance scope of work. Scheduling of work is subject to weather conditions, but we will monitor the weather and contact you if the work needs to be rescheduled. Please refer to this Owens Corning article for signs of storm damage.

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1. Inspection

Our team will provide a complimentary inspection on the condition of your roof. Tribeca Roofing will have one of our trained roofing professionals examine your roof to determine if adequate damage exists on your roof. If damage is found, we will advise you to open a claim under your homeowners insurance policy.

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2. Filing an Insurance Claim

Your homeowners insurance policy covers property damages caused by natural elements and can help you when replacing or repairing your roof. We make the process simple by guiding you through the claim process and ensuring your insurance provider is covering all damages. Let our team help you with the process.

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3. Adjustment

Once the claim has been filed, an insurance adjuster will be assigned to your claim. When the insurance adjuster is sent to review the damage, we’ll make sure our representative is on-site to assist with the inspection process. We will supply your insurance company with all request documentation to ensure a smooth process.

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4. Paperwork & Processing

Upon receipt of the adjuster’s report, our professionals will review the detailed findings for accuracy and complete all requested paperwork. Our experienced roofing professionals will handle all the permits, inspections, scheduling of scope of work and getting your certificate of completion and warranty at the end of your project.

Protect Your Home

Benefits of Regular Inspections

It is important to have your roof inspected after a storm, but it is also essential to have it regularly inspected for possible damage even without a storm. Leaks and holes may be unseen and can cause water intrusion damage inside your home. This leads to mold and rot. It also provides an entrance for critters to get into your home. Regular inspections provide protection from water damage, increase the market value of your home, reduce your energy costs, and lower your  insurance premiums.

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Types of Storms

When Nature Strikes

There are a variety of storms that can cause weather-related damages to your home. This includes: thunderstorms, hurricanes, and hail. Check out the articles to learn more.

Thunderstorms

There are 100,000 thunderstorms each year in th US. Approximately 10% of these storms are considered severe. A thunderstorm is “severe” with hail one inch or greater, or winds gusting in excess of 50 knots. Lightning is known to cause fires.

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Hurricanes

During a hurricane you usually hear meteorologists refer to its intensity by categories. If you don’t know the difference between a category one and a category five hurricane, The Weather Channel meteorologist Mark Elliot breaks it down for you.

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Hail

Hail is precipitation consisting of solid ice.Hailstones are formed by layers of water attaching and freezing in a large cloud. It forms inside thunderstorm updrafts. Hail can range from the size of a pea to a grapefruit. It can cause extreme damage to homes.

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For Your Convenience

We Offer Financing Options

Tribeca Roofing understands the cost associated with any roofing project. That’s why we work with Hearth to provide you financing options.*In some cases, you may qualify for a 0% APR credit card.

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No Home Equity Requirement

If you get sick or lose your job and can’t pay back your loan, you won’t be at risk of foreclosure. However, personal roof loans do have higher rates than options secured by your home equity.

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Rapid Funding

If your project is urgent, then a personal loan may be your best option. Personal loan providers can approve you, then transfer funds, in as soon as 24 hours. Get your funds fast with Hearth.

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No Prepayment Penalties

Personal loan providers won’t penalize you for paying back your loan ahead of schedule. Feel free to pay your loan early without any fear of having to deal with additional fees.

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Fixed Monthly Payments

Because personal loans have fixed interest rates, your roof monthly payments won’t change. Fixed monthly payments will help you create an accurate budget for your project.

Contact Us

Get in Touch

Contact Tribeca Roofing for a complimentary roof inspection. If we find damage, our team will provide you with an estimate for the repairs and the next steps in the restoration process. We view every job as an opportunity to not only repair, but enhance your home.