Roofing Hail Damage


Hail and Wind Damage can cause numerous issues to your homes siding and roofing systems.  This roofing hail damage can range from small dents in vents to impacted or missing shingles.  In many cases this roofing hail damage results in a compromise of your roofing system, shortens the life expectancy, and reduces protection of your home to even more harmful damage.  Unfortunately, most homeowners discover this roofing hail damage after it is too late.  Roofing hail damage is a covered loss on most home owner’s insurance policies and with the proper representation repairs or replacement can be paid for.


The roofing system is one of the most critical components that make up the structure of your home; it operates as a system and needs to be inspected that way.  Allowing professional, experienced roofing experts is the best way to ensure you are getting a reputable observation of the roofing hail damage.  NLPR has performed thousands of inspections and completed thousands of roofs.


As a home or business owner, according to your insurance policy, you have a responsibility to protect your home or business from further damage.  You are also responsible for bearing the burden of proof when filing a claim.  In the claim process you have a few options:

  • Try and do it yourself (get a lot of aspirin)
  • Allow the insurance company paid adjuster to settle with you
  • Allow an independent adjuster (paid by the insurance company) to settle with you
  • Allow a professional General Contractor / Licensed Public Adjuster represent you

You will need someone who is an expert in both the construction and insurance industry that is working on your behalf to increase to probability of getting you the maximum benefit you deserve.  NLPR will work on your behalf, employing all of our extensive resources; expertise and experience to help you get restored from the roofing hail damage that has affected your home.


Not every company that knocks on your door has an ad in the newspaper or even a website that can properly help you.  Unfortunately, many are not able to install a typical roofing system according manufactures specifications, making that warranty paper as valuable as any other piece of paper.  NLPR suggests ONLY partnering with experienced contractors that have:

  • Current licensing
  • Appropriate insurance coverage
  • A+ BBB Rating
  • Excellent credit standing with all suppliers
  • Several references
  • Offer extended warranties on craftsmanship and materials
  • Offer lien waivers for material and labor
  • Angies List