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Hurricanes and tropical storms caused $159.1 billion in insured losses in 2013 dollars in the United States from 1994 to 2013, according to ISO.

During the Atlantic hurricane season, which lasts from June to November, every coastal state from Florida to Maine could potentially be hit by a storm. Increasing development along the coastal areas of these states has put more and more homes at risk of severe windstorm damage.

Knowing the right contractor to call makes all the difference in world, as we are quick to respond to deal with your wind damaged home and to do all we can to prevent further damage from the elements. Structural damage sometimes is not obvious and could create a scenario of increased danger for you and your family.


We represent you, not your insurance company. Our job is to make sure you are given prompt, professional service, done right the first time.

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  • I think I have storm damage. What do I do?

    Call us to schedule a free inspection. We will assess the damage, give you an estimate and work with your insurance company to ensure you are treated fairly.

  • Does my homeowners insurance cover all types of storm damage?

    It depends on your policy.  Most homeowners policies cover storms including hail, tornado, and wind damage.  But, floods and earthquakes usually require additional coverage.  It is always smart to check you policy to see exactly what is covered.

  • What should I know about wind damage?

    High winds are a fact of life for many property owners.  With recorded wind speeds reaching upwards of 300 MPH, the damage done by severe windstorms, wind-driven hail, flying debris, and tornado damage results in billions of dollars in damage every year.

    To prepare your home for high winds, it is always a good idea to trim back branches away from the roof and large windows, as fallen limbs and broken tree branches can do a substantial amount of damage to your roof, windows, and exterior.

    If a tornado or windstorm is approaching, make sure to secure storm shutters over panes of exposed glass, or us pieces of pre-measured, pre-cut plywood to protect windows.  Since most wind damage is done by flying objects, bring in outdoor furniture, toys, gardening pots and tools.  Shut your garage door and make sure doors and windows are secured.  For updates on wind conditions, tune in to local TV or radio.

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