Thunderstorms require two things to thrive: moisture and warm air. Moisture is often present. Warm air, however, needs a little help to get started. The hot summer sun provides the ideal amount of heat to increase the temperature of large amounts of air. This hot air, in turn, rises rapidly into the atmosphere and the displacement creates areas of low-pressure or, as we call them, storms. Thunder comes from a separation of charges between the clouds and when you mix these two together, you get one of the banes of the residential roofing industry: thunderstorms.
For over 30 years, our experienced roofers have dealt with countless storms in OK. Here are our best tips to help you and your home survive some harsh weather with as little damage as possible.
Your insurance will likely cover most of the damage you incur during a storm but your claim value will depend mostly on their assessment. You can guarantee that your roofing is fully accounted for by having a professional conduct a full inspection for you.
Don’t Wait for the Claim
One of the biggest mistakes many homeowners make is waiting before they get their insurance checks. If another storm hits during this time and your roof is still in bad shape, you could be facing a worse problem than what you had started with.
All American Roofing is your number one local roof insurance claims specialist. Trust our professionals to help you recover from some of the most common storm-related damages on your roofing, siding, gutters and more. OKC homeowners can give us a call at (405) 546-3640, and Tulsa residents can reach us at (918) 877-4004 and (888) 919-6391. You could also fill out our online contact form to request a free consultation with one of our experts today. We serve homeowners in Edmond and Norman, OK, as well as in all neighboring areas around OKC.
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