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Emergency Roof Tarps:
Following any storm, you should always inspect your roof for damage. In most cases, your insurance company will expect you to take immediate steps to mitigate further damage to your property, even if your roof is no longer viable. Most insurance companies will cover the cost of installing emergency tarps on the roof to keep rainwater from causing damage to the interior when it rains again.
Inspect Your Roof:
While your roof may have protected you from roof leaks, it may have sustained damage that will need to be addressed. If you can safely inspect your roof, it is always a good idea to take photos of any areas that might be damaged, and keep them for your records.
Advice From Professionals:
If your roof cannot be safely inspected or you feel uncomfortable doing so, call us immediately to schedule an inspection. We will be happy to take a look and document damaged areas and devise a plan to stop any further damage from occurring.
Contact Your Insurance Company:
Once you have determined that your roof has damage and will not stop future rainstorms from causing more damage, contact your insurance company as quickly as possible. They will advise you regarding the next steps and give you more information about your responsibility as a policyholder.
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