The Great Front Range area has seen unprecedented hail storms in 2023. You know your home has been hit by hail. Your door is constantly getting knocked and you've received plenty of mail telling you you should get your roof replaced, but now what?
Most roofing contractors will be in an out of your neighborhood in a matter of days or weeks. You'll get a quick inspection and be instructed to file a claim and be passed onto someone else. How do you know these quick turn arounds are in your best interest?
Here is all the key information you'll want to have on hand as you navigate your restoration project after a hail storm.
2023 Greater Front Range hail storms
Some of the Greater Front Range hail storm areas in 2023 include, but are not limited to Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Broomfield, Castle Pine, Castle Rock, Centennial, Cherry Hills, Colorado Springs, Conifer, Deer Trail, Denver, Englewood, Erie, Evergreen, Franktown, Genesee, Golden, Greely, Greenwood, Highlands Ranch, Lafayette, Lakewood, Larkspur, Littleton, Lone Tree, Longmont, Louisville, Monument, Morrison, Niwot, Parker, Thornton, Westminster, Wheat Ridge and Windsor.
How do I choose a contractor to repair the hail damage to my home?
Most roofing contractors are trained to spot damage on your roof and siding only. You need your roof, siding AND windows inspected. Damage to any of these can cause extensive and expensive damage over time. Choose a restoration contractor with a whole-house approach and has a track record of successful installations.
How much will replacement cost me?
There should be no charge to you above your insurance deductible, unless you choose to upgrade or add materials.
How long do I have to file a hail damage claim?
This depends on your insurance company. Most carriers have a 1 year limitation, but some allows claims filed up to 2 years of the storm date. However, you are required to inform your insurance company when you become aware of the damage. If you don't report it now, the insurance company likely won't cover the damage in the future. This includes additional long-term damage such as leaking, mold, mildew, and rot.
Will my insurance rates go up?
Yes, but not because you file a claim. Premiums will increase for everyone living in an area hit by hail, regardless of if you file a claim.
PCS Residential is your best choice for full home inspections and hail damage restoration in the Greater Front Range area.
Different from most contractors, PCS Residential is an Insurance Restoration Contractor, which is a General Contractor that also has the expertise to provide a turnkey solution to the entire insurance claim process. Many of our staff have previously worked in the insurance industry, some as insurance adjustors. ✔️ You get a local and established company
PCS Residential has served Denver and the Greater Front Range area for over a decade. We have a workmanship warranty on top of the manufacturer warranty and will come back if there are any issues. Most storm chasers can't provide a continual relationship and service once they leave town. ✔️ You get a maximized claim
A Restoration Consultant can attend your insurance adjustment to make sure nothing is missed. We also follow your claim through the entire process to make sure no deadlines or requests are missed. Our goal is to be sure that our homeowners get everything they deserve from their insurance proceeds.
✔️ You get top-notch certified restoration We have a Haag certified claims team and our installers are manufacturer certified through GAF Master Elite, Pella Platinum Certified, Andersen Certified, and more.
✔️ You get a unique experience
You'll get a free, no obligation whole-house inspection and detailed damage report of your home. We'll use this information to support your insurance adjustment before moving onto the fun part - choosing your replacements! Our team will communicate with you and walk with you through the entire process of restoring you home.