Tulsa is located in an area where storms can occur at any time of the year. If you’re residing here or anywhere near, you should be watchful about the changes in the weather condition. Heavy rain, hail, or wind brought by these storms can cause damage to your roof. If your roof has been damaged from a falling branch, flying debris or severe weather, whether it’s a few missing shingles, or an entire section of your roof that has blown off, it’s important to know the steps you should take to protect your home and your investment.
If you have a mortgage on your home, you almost certainly will have some type of homeowner’s insurance. In fact, most lenders are going to require that your home be insured before they will provide financing. Of course, most homeowners, even those who have paid their homes off in full, will still carry homeowner’s insurance. Many types of roof damage will be covered by your insurance, but it’s important to make sure that you read your policy and know exactly what it covers. Homeowner’s insurance can vary tremendously from one homeowner to the next. If you are not sure what is covered under your policy, contact your insurance agent and have them walk you through the specifics of your coverage. The time to do this is before you need to file a claim. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2wpKH9s