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Does your home have storm damage? Be careful when hiring a contractor for repairs

Practical tips for homeowners to avoid scams

Posted on June 1, 2023 2023News and Events


Hail, wind, lightning. You’ve seen it all this spring and know it only takes one storm to damage your home. If you’re looking for repairs, following a few recommendations may spare you a lot of frustration.

Please consider the following tips:

Hail season is just getting started, so if your roof does need to be replaced, consider waiting until fall if possible, so your new roof doesn’t get damaged again before hail season is over. If your roof is leaking, it may be possible to have the leak repaired prior to replacement.




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