You Have Questions, We Have Answers
Got a question about roofing, windows, siding, or other home repair and restoration projects? You’re in the right place! Check out these FAQs and feel free to give us a call to find out more!
What makes Hail Pro different from other contractors?
Should I be concerned about hail or wind damage if my roof is only a few years old?
How much will it cost me to have my property inspected for hail or wind damage?
How often do I need a home inspection?
Should I get my home inspection for hail or wind damage if I just bought it?
What should I do if my home has sustained damage?
There are four simple steps to take if your home has experienced damage:
- Step 1: Identify and document the damage. At Hail Pro, we’ll do this for you.
- Step 2: Report the damage to your insurance company. At Hail Pro, we have expertise in the insurance property loss area, and we can help ensure that you get funds for repair or replacement.
- Step 3: Choose the colors and materials for your home restoration – then, leave the rest to us.
- Step 4: Complete the restoration as outlined by your insurance company. At Hail Pro, we’ll assign multiple individuals to your project to ensure your home looks brand-new again.
Does Hail Pro offer a warranty on workmanship and material?
How long will my project take?
Roofing builds typically take 1-2 days, but depending on the complexity, pitch, and square of your project, that timeline might be extended slightly. While most shingles are stocked, designer shingles and unique colors may also involve some lead time to get the materials.
Siding builds will depend on the material, the size of the projects, and the number of stories involved – but they will typically take 1-2 weeks. Some materials may need to be specially ordered, which will add a bit of lead time.
Window installations usually take 1-2 days, but there is lead time to get each window made. That’s because most openings have unique dimensions. The total time for a window project will vary depending on the manufacturer and hardware specifics.