Protect Your Roof Before the Storm

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Follow these 3 steps this storm season.


Review your insurance policy and take pre-storm photos.

Make sure your policy covers the following:

  • Hurricane damage
  • Wind-related damage
  • Flood damage
  • Hail damage

Look for these when reviewing your policy:

  • Any changes made by the insurance company
  • Separate deductible for hurricane risks
  • Covered living expenses if you’re unable to live in your home after a storm
  • Coverage for liability, personal possessions, property, home, or business

Always keep your insurance policy number, applicable warranties, photos, and direct contact information for your insurance agent in a safe, dry place in the event you need to file a claim.


Have your roof inspected by a roofing contractor prior to storm season.

Here’s how we can help: 

  •  Check for safety, security, and seals for 
    • Membranes
    • Flashings
    • Gutters/Downspouts
    • Mounted Equipment

Regular roof maintenance not only protects your home and assets but provides peace of mind.


Have your trees trimmed, gutters cleaned, and soffits secured
  • Unmaintained trees are common causes of roof damage, so keeping them trimmed and away from your roof is critical.
    If your gutters are clogged, water can back up and sit on your roof, increasing your risk for leaks.
    Ensuring all soffit is secure and keeping water out. A little rain can cause a lot of damage.