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DID IT HAIL? DONT WORRY we offer:

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Do you need a qualified roof inspector to determine the condition of your roof after a storm?



Q: How do I know if need to have my roof looked at from hail?

A: It is a good idea to have your roof inspected shortly after a storm. The effect of hail could result in leasions, or leaks to the main roof frame an cause a leak in house resulting a much more costly repair. You should call someone to at least inspect it so a neglected roof does not become a larger burden than it could be.

Be proactive and smart! Handle your roofing needs in a prompt manner.
Q: What is hail damage, and how can it affect my home?

A: Hail damage is generally described as a "diminution of water-shedding capability or a reduction in the expected long-term life of the roofing material." On asphalt shingles (the most common type of residential roof system) hail is more specifically described as "punctures, tears, or fractures (bruises) in the shingle mats. Shingle bruises are an indentation with fracture in the mat that feels soft like that of an apple bruise." (Haag Engineering) These bruises are often marked by dislodged granules, but the untrained eye cannot always see the bruising at a first glance. Make sure an experienced roof inspector checks your roof before filing a claim on your insurance policy for hail damage.

Roof Leak

If you can answer YES to any of the following questions, you may have a roof leak:

  • Q: Is water coming down your dry wall?
  • Q: Is water coming down your skylight?
  • Q: Is water leaking around your chimney?
  • Q: Are you seeing mold in your house?
  • Q: Is your roof missing shingles?








G2 Roofing is dedicated to quality services and ensures optimum premiums and results for roof repairs. Working with your insurance company we can assess the damage or need of repair for your roof.

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With our free roof inspections customers are able to make an educated decision on their roofing needs. Customers are able to understand wether a roof needs to be repaired or replaced because our inspections provide pictures and explanations of damage, wear and tear, cosmetic, and just an understanding of roofing issues.


Please send us an email with your roofing concerns or needs and a representative will be in contact with you soon.



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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: What is hail damage, and how can it affect my home?

A: Hail damage is generally described as a "diminution of water-shedding capability or a reduction in the expected long-term life of the roofing material." On asphalt shingles (the most common type of residential roof system) hail is more specifically described as "punctures, tears, or fractures (bruises) in the shingle mats. Shingle bruises are an indentation with fracture in the mat that feels soft like that of an apple bruise." (Haag Engineering) These bruises are often marked by dislodged granules, but the untrained eye cannot always see the bruising at a first glance. Make sure an experienced roof inspector checks your roof before filing a claim on your insurance policy for hail damage.



Q: There are lots of roofing companies coming to my door these days trying to solicit my business.

A: Most roofing salesmen going door to door, contrary to popular opinion, are typically good people just trying to make a living so don't lose any sleep. Regardless of your decision on your roofing project, make sure the contractor you use is local, licensed, insured, has references and doesn't leave your contract open-ended. Your out-of-pocket costs on a project should be limited to your deductible if you aren't upgrading your roofing product.



Q: My insurance company tells me to "get 3 estimates" for the roofing work. Do I have to do this?

A: In a word, no. You're entitled to use the roofing contractor of your choice as long as their price is in line with industry standards, so don't feel as though you need to use the cheapest roofer to work within your insurance allowance. Insurers want homeowners to shop price for an obvious reason- to save them money. Don't endanger the value of your home by using the low bidder to complete insurance restoration.



Q: My insurance company's estimate is $10,000. I've received estimates for $12,000 and $8,000.

A: If the roofer charging $12,000 is unwilling to negotiate his price with your insurer, you may have to pay the additional money to use his company. If you go with the roofing company charging $8,000, you will not be able to pocket the difference regardless, so make sure you're not hiring a disreputable or unqualified company to work on your home. Roofers whose estimates are significantly lower than insurance proceeds should be researched thoroughly as it is highly unusual for an insurer to pay exorbitant amounts of money for repairs to your home.



Q: Should I have my contractor at my insurance adjustment?

A: Absolutely. A quality contractor should assist with all phases of your insurance claim- not just hand you an estimate and tell you "Good Luck." If your contractor is unwilling to meet your adjuster to discuss the extent of damages to your property, you should speak to a Premier Representative. We will meet with the field adjuster from your insurance company to protect your insurance investment. This way you can rest assured that the insurance adjustment assesses all damages for which you are entitled compensation, not just your roof replacement.



COMPANY

G2Roofing is a Licensed and insured Colorado based company. We pride ourselves on honesty, integrity, workmanship and customer service. G2 roofing is out to help residential and commercial owners with their roofing needs big or small. Because of G2's excellent communication skills, owners understand the roofing process from start to finish, so you are never left wondering what is going on with their roof.


Our project managers give free roof inspections to home and business owners. G2 roofing works with all insurance companies. G2 roofing project managers explain the inspection to the home owner so they have a complete understanding of the condition of their roof and what work needs to be done.

Contact

G2 Roofing

2216 E Wynterbrook Dr

Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

303.471.5855 Office

303.302.6911 Fax

G2OfficeStaff@gmail.com

G2quote@gmail.com



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