What to Expect After a Storm
Big storms can be dangerous, and safety has to be your first priority. If your region has seen serious storm-related damage, play it safe. If you the risk of flooding or structural damage, don’t go inside. Spending a few nights away is a small price to pay.
Once the disaster has passed, it’s vital to check out the damage and start cleaning up. Below, we’ve provided information about the problems different storm systems can cause and how to stay safe in different circumstances.
Insurance for Storm Damage
Coverage amounts vary based on your region, your policy, the severity of damage and more.
The more quickly you, the more likely you are to get the payouts you need. You could lose your chance if you don’t act quickly.
Storms that cause property damage may lead to mold growth and cause other problems.
- Water Damage: Flood water can seep into foundations, ruin structures and possessions inside, lead to mold growth and cause other problems.
- Tropical Storm and Tornado Damage: Circular wind storms can completely destroy, including catastrophic damage to landscaping, siding and windows.
- Wind-related Property Damage: This can harm structures, break windows, wreak havoc on trees and electricity hookups and more.
- Hail Storm Aftermath: Major hail storms can bend and crack shingles and siding, and that can mean roof leaks and compounding damage.
- Winter Storm Damage: This can cause collapsed roofs, break trees and electric systems, and cause other harm.
Hire a Professional Contractor
Danger is high after a storm, and a professional can help you with repairs in a safe, efficient way. Reach out to us right away.