The weather is warming up as we move into the middle of spring, and Americans who live in parts of the Midwest faced the threat of severe thunderstorms and hail earlier this month.
MILWAUKEE — Severe storms ripped through parts of Cedarburg, Grafton and Jackson Wisconsin on Tuesday afternoon and early evening, April 7 and dropped some massive hail. This area experienced some of the worst hail damage in a long time with hail up to the size of baseballs, and as large as 2.75 inches.
Click here to see some photos of the hail that fell in our communities.
After any severe weather event, it is important to have a trained professional assess your home for any signs of damage. Waiting too long could lead to additional damage, like roof leaks. Also, many insurance companies have specific time limitations when filing a claim – if you wait too long, your insurance company may not cover the damages.
Before you contact a roofing company, make sure you do your homework! Only contact State Licensed Contractors in Wisconsin and Cedarburg. They should also be certified by the roofing product manufacturer. Be sure to check all roofing contractor credibility through reputable review sites and the Better Business Bureau.
Repairs Could Be Costly
When hail impacts your roof, it knocks the protective granules off shingles and can create dents in the matting of the shingle. If you wait to get a professional roof inspection, water can seep into these areas and cause leaks. Leaks can grow and become more costly by producing interior damage and mold.
Save yourself time and money by getting a hassle-free inspection today.
Protect Your Home With A Free Hail Inspection
If you live in Cedarburg, Jackson, Grafton, or surrounding areas, there is a good chance you have hail damage from the recent hailstorm. As one of the best restoration companies in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, DuraShield Contracting is the right contractor to get your roofing system replaced and back up to your standards. Contact us today for a FREE, no-obligation inspection. We are touch-free through the coronavirus.