LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – While making repairs and assessing damage from a hail storm in May, Lubbock roofers are currently beaten with inspection requests after Wednesday’s extreme wind event swept away the tops of nearby houses and groups. “It’s been a little irritating,” Hartman Roofing’s Mike Tomlinson said. “We’ve been inundated with calls, and I want to ask people to be affected person with everybody.
We are attempting our first class and could get to anyone as quick as we will.” Tomlinson tells KCBD tons of the paintings Hartman is doing now could be in response to closing May’s hail typhoon. This ultra-modern storm provides the harm suffered by vicinity house owners. He tells customers that these storms prompted distinct sorts of damage, and some of it can be hidden. “Hail damage surely damages the shingle and bruises it,” Tomlinson said. “With wind harm, it’s no longer simply the missing shingles we are searching at. We are searching out free shingles, as well.
That hurts the integrity of the roof. As far as insurance is concerned, that’s part of it, no longer just the lacking shingles. It’s the loose ones, while the seal has been damaged and might not be visible from the ground. We’re simply analyzing the complete roof for that and the hail.” If any other wind or storm event sweeps across the region, unfastened shingles could carry and tear a large phase of the shingles off and cause a leak, Tomlinson said. Most coverage corporations have a time limit on filing a declaration after a hurricane. “We can pop out and provide you with an inspection of the damage and then examine if it’s worth filing a declaration or no longer,” Tomlinson said. “Right now, there can be numerous claims filed.” Consumers are suggested to analyze roofing groups before working with them. Tomlinson started pleasantly to peer if the agency is a Lubbock Area Roofing Contractors Association member or checking with a neighbor.