Storm damage is something that you cannot plan for. Every time you hear the weatherman predict a heavy storm approaching the Blaine or Coon Rapids, MN area, many people’s fingers are crossed in hopes that no damage will occur to their home. If you find yourself in an unfortunate situation where the roof on your home has been damaged by a storm, finding a storm damage insurance approved contractor in the area should be your top priority. Lucky for you, our proven and insurance approved team at United Roofing is in the area and eager to assist you with all of your storm damage repair needs. Read Full Post
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Regardless of the age of your home, roofs can be left powerless in the wake of a powerful storm. Severe storms can cause damage due to fallen trees, hail and high winds. This can result in roof damage as well as siding damage that will need to be repaired as quickly as possible. If you’re in the Twin Cities area and have recently experienced some of the severe weather we’ve had as of late, it may be time to reach out to a MN roofing contractor like United Roofing & Remodeling to ensure your roof isn’t in immediate danger. We’ve been serving the greater Twin Cities area for decades and stand ready to assist you with any storm damage you may have. Read Full Post
Have you experienced hail damage after the severe storms we’ve seen over the past few weeks in Minnesota? If you’ve noticed damage to your siding, gutters, sheds and A/C units, you could also have sustained hail damage to your roof as well. It’s best to give a licensed and respected MN roofing company a call if you’re worried about some of the large hail storms that we’ve recently had in the area. At United Roofing & Remodeling, we’re well versed in the hectic spring and summer weather in Minnesota and have trained our employees extensively to spot hail damage to ensure that it is properly repaired to prevent issues down the road.
How is Hail Damage Measured?
Many roofers use what is called the square test when assessing hail damaged roofs. This is simply done by marking a 10’x10’ area and inspecting it to take note of the damaged roofing in that area. Insurance companies have different requirements as to how many hail ‘hits’ they require within the square area to determine that the roof needs to be replaced as opposed to repaired. Read Full Post