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Selecting a Contractor

So you think (or know) you have storm damage. Either you experienced the wind or hail yourself, saw something on the news, noticed your neighbors getting their roof done or have more roofing advertisements that you have ever seen in your life!!! After a storm, you will have roofers come to your door, and ask to give you a proposal for insurance proceeds… or they are leaving flyers everywhere, or putting signs in the road median or even in your yard without asking!!!

Don’t think about using a roofer without fully checking out their background:

The Target Construction Advantage:

Fully accredited with the BBB: www.bbb.org
More positive 5star reviews than any other roofing contractor: (check out yp.com)
Fully insured- check our Insurance Certificate
Fully licensed with the C.I.B. (Construction IndustryBoard)
Full bonding capabilities

… and most importantly read below to find out why you never need to PAY UPFRONT FOR ANY REPAIRS OR REPLACMENTS before the work is complete. And realize that if your roof isn’t leaking… it still is likely damaged and may leak soon… while the repair or replacement may not be an immediate emergency, it can become one very quickly.

First… some of the most important things to understand About Hail Damage And The Claims Process:

Hail damage may not be visible from the ground (unless you live in a neighborhood where the hail broke through the plywood decking or broke out skylights). You’ll need a professional inspection to find out if your home is damaged.

Your insurance company should pay for everything, but there’s a time limit on the claims process. If you miss the deadline, you’re stuck with an old roof the minute time expires.

Most homes can be reroofed in 1 to 2 days.

Make sure you understand how you will pay your deductible before you sign with anyone.