Certain areas of the Grand Stand were hit by a hail storm in May. The Grand Strand Area is exposed to hurricanes and not recognized as an area that gets much hail damage. If you live in an area that got hit by the hail storm, (Myrtle Beach, Conway, Little River) you are probably confused about the protocol to follow after the hail storm. Therefore, if you are new to a storm hit area, or are dealing with the first hail storm to hit your house, here are a few tips to help you.
If hail has hit your home, you will probably know if has happened. A hail storm is a fairly significant weather event that will most likely affect your entire neighborhood. You may not be sure if your roof has suffered damage from the hail. Not all hail storms will result in damage to your roof that requires replacement.
It is often necessary to contact a professional roofing contractor to assist you in determining the extent of damage your roof has received. Make sure to contact someone who is from your local area. After a major storm, roofing companies from other areas may come knocking on your door. It is important to remember that they will not be around if you have issues with your roof later. You may want to check with your local Chamber of Commerce or the Better Business Bureau to research roofing companies. If it is determined that your roof has received hail damage, you will need to file an insurance claim.
If you want more information about what to do after a hail storm or have any questions, please visit our website at monarchroofing.biz, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, call us 843 839 ROOF (7663), request a FREE ROOF REPORT: Monarch Roofing is trained to identify hail damage and complete an accurate report representing you as the homeowner getting a new roof through your claim with your insurance company. We are here to help!