We Are Your Storm Damage Experts
Our storm damage solutions will provide you with comprehensive support, from guiding you through the insurance claim filing process to installing your new roof.
Spotting hail damage can be complicated. Trust Greenawalt’s seasoned storm team to identify any damage to your home’s exterior, guide you through insurance claims, and expertly install your new siding or roof.
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Greenawalt’s experienced storm team will pinpoint wind damage on your home’s exterior, seamlessly navigate the insurance claims filing process, and provide you with a flawless installation of your new siding or roof.
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Why Choose Us
Greenawalt Roofing is your top choice for storm damage assistance. Our HAAG-certified storm specialist team is here to help, including expert support throughout the insurance claim process.
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Hail and Wind Damage Resources
Resources to Help You Through the Insurance Claims Filing Process After a Storm.
Hail damage is not always obvious. Check out our storm tracker page to see if a severe storm has impacted the area you live, Click Here.
Storm Damage Report
Discover which storms have impacted your home with a free personalized storm report for your exact address, Click Here.
Your Trusted Storm Damage Specialist
After a storm, a professional assessment by a reputable company is essential. From the inspection to installation, we will help guide you every step of the way. We aim to minimize your stress while restoring your property to its pre-storm condition.
Has Your Home Experienced a Recent Hail Storm?
Hail may seem harmless, but even smaller hail can harm your roof. Damage may not be obvious immediately, but it can worsen over time. If you experienced a hailstorm, knowing the size of the hail can help anticipate potential roof damage:
- Less than 1 inch (quarter-sized): Damage might be subtle and harder to spot. It’s best to have a professional inspect your roof for hail damage.
- 1 inch to 2 inches (quarter to egg-sized): Hail in this range is more likely to cause visible damage to asphalt shingles and soft metal on the roof.
- Greater than 2 inches: Hail larger than 2 inches can almost certainly damage an asphalt roof. Contact us for a thorough assessment and inform your insurance company.
Unsure if your home sustained damage from a hail storm? Let us help! Schedule your free hail assessment with one of our hail damage experts.
Have You Experienced Strong Winds?
Even when a storm doesn’t bring rain or hail, your roof can still sustain damage. Strong winds can create stress points on a roof that, over time, weaken and become compromised. If you have roof damage caused by wind or flying debris, it’s essential to address it immediately. Waiting will only result in more damage.
Our team of trained professionals can help you determine whether you need a repair or a replacement; typically, this is covered by your homeowners’ policy. We’ll guide you through the insurance process step by step.
Greenawalt Roofing Company is your local, experienced, and professional roofing contractor, serving homeowners and business owners needing a new roof or additional exterior services for their home or business.
Are you seeking more information about insurance claims due to storm damage on your property? Schedule your free hail assessment with one of our hail damage experts.
Storm Damage Insights
Gain expert insights to weather the storm and safeguard your home with our comprehensive resources on storm damage recovery and prevention.
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Your roof has a important job to do. It’s your first line of defense against the elements and critical to the overall integrity of your home.
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