Severe weather events can cause significant damage to your roof, leaving homeowners wondering if they can claim warranty coverage for repairs or replacement. Understanding the terms and conditions of your roof warranty, as well as the process for filing claims related to weather damage, is essential. In this blog post, we'll explore roof warranties, coverage for weather-related damage, and the steps involved in making a warranty claim for such damages in the Twin Cities.
Types of Roof Warranties:
Coverage for Weather-Related Damage:
Roof warranties generally do not cover damage caused by severe weather events like hailstorms, windstorms, or hurricanes. These events are typically considered "acts of nature" and fall outside the scope of warranty coverage. Instead, homeowners should turn to their homeowner's insurance policy to address weather-related damages.
Filing an Insurance Claim:
To address weather-related damage, homeowners should file a claim with their homeowner's insurance company. The process typically involves the following steps: