Mansfield Hail Storm

Hail Damage

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If you believe you have hail damage, it is extremely important to have your roof inspected.

Your insurance company is under no compulsion to find hail damage just because there are several homes in your neighborhood getting new roofs. Each home is evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

If your adjuster does not find hail damage, you will not get a new roof.

Rescue Construction LLC, The Fireman Roofing Company, may not act as, or hold ourselves out to be, a public insurance adjuster in Texas.

Hail damage can be extremely difficult to identify. Your roof may look fine from the ground while still being a total loss. Even while standing on the roof, the untrained eye finds it very difficult to spot the damage to your shingles.

If you aren’t able to see the damage to your shingles, you can often see the damage to your thin gauge metal vents. If the hail was big enough to dent your vents, it was big enough to damage your shingles too.

Fireman Roofing will come out and inspect your home for damage before your adjuster arrives.

We will identify all of the damage and make sure you get a free roof estimate. This is a free service we offer to all of our customers. If you have damage, we’ll help you replace your roof. If you don’t have damage, we’ll walk away friends – no cost, no obligation and not a dime out of your pocket… Guaranteed!

Contact UsIf you think you have hail damage and your home is within 50 miles of the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, Call Toll-Free (800) 417-7487 or fill out this form right now to get your free roof inspection…

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