When you get homeowner’s insurance, you should also have the foresight to learn how to properly file a claim. Otherwise, your insurer might refuse to pay based on grounds you are expected to be familiar with, but fail to consider upon requesting compensation.
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When inspecting your roof after a hailstorm, you have to act systematically. A methodical approach is necessary in order for you to tick all the boxes and properly identify every sign of damage.Read More
Being able to identify wind damage is a skill every homeowner should have. Without it, you may struggle to get your insurance claims approved and run the risk of paying for repairs on your own.Read More
Metal has a special place in the roofing industry. It has yet to earn the distinction of being the most popular choice in the United States – and it may never get there. Nevertheless, nobody would ever call it a bad roofing material. So, how does it compare to other materials?
Owens Corning®, one of the leading manufacturers in the roofing industry, announced a few months ago that it has issued a “green bond” amounting to $450 million. But what does this mean for the consumer?