3 Steps to Protect Your Roof

Before the Storm

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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 the following 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.