Examples of Storm Damage


Hail and Storm - Roof

Your roof must be physically inspected by a trained professional who has experience spotting hail-damaged shingles.  Many times we have gone out to a roof after the inspector has been out to look at the roof and found hail damage.

If your roof has any damage at all, you have a legitimate claim.  Hail damage to your roof might cause your roof to leak years down the road.  This is why it’s always good to call Fulsaas Exteriors for a free inspection and or a second opinion.

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Hail and Storm - Siding

Depending on the extent of your homeowners policy and the different facets of its coverage, you should be able to claim siding damage. However, damage caused by specific circumstances like a tornado or flood, for example, might require specific coverage.


Fire Damage

If a fire damages your homes roofing or siding, you’re probably eligible for an insurance claim. Fulsaas Exteriors has experience and a fully-staffed office that will help you file a claim.

One of our experienced insurance claims specialists will meet you and your adjuster at the time of inspection. We will discuss every element of the project to make sure that all necessary repairs will be covered. We will work with your adjuster to agree on the repair price.


Other Natural Disasters

Hail, wind, and storm damages are considered an insurance loss on your homeowner's policy. It is the responsibility of the insurance company to pay the entire cost, less your deductible, for replacing the roof or other parts of your house if damages are found.


Additional questions about potential storm damage?