Wind and Hail Damage

Filing a Wind or Hail Damage Claim

Whether you've suffered wind-ravaged patio furniture or severe hail damage to your roof, we're here to help. When high winds cause debris to end up on your roof, hail damage isn't always immediately apparent, but all it takes is a couple minutes of golf ball-sized hail to "bruise" your roof. Even though shingles may not show obvious signs of damage, the integrity of the shingle may have been compromised. We have professionals who can help find out. Follow these simple steps to start your claim.

File a claim

To start a claim, contact us at 888.404.5365.

Or, if you were involved in an auto accident and no one was injured, file your claim online.

Give us a call.

Touch base with us as soon as you can, and it helps to have your policy number available. During the call, we'll confirm coverage, review your deductible and ask questions to understand what happened. We'll want to get a good idea of the extent of damage to your home and personal property. We'll explain the claims process, and we may assign an adjuster to meet with you to inspect your home. If so, the adjuster will contact you within 48 hours to schedule the inspection. After the inspection, we'll work with you to set a timeline for repairs to your home.

If you have a mortgage, it is also helpful to have your mortgage information handy. We'll need to include the mortgage company on any payments to repair your home.

Get professional help, if needed.

If you need the help of a contractor to clean up the damage and/or prevent additional damage, but don't know who to call (for example, if you need someone to put a tarp on your roof), we can help you find a contractor in your area. The contractor's cost may be covered under your policy, minus the cost of your deductible. Be sure to save any contractor receipts to submit for consideration for reimbursement.

A contractor or appraiser does not have the authority to determine coverage, approve payments or begin repairs. Do not start any large-scale structural changes before initiating your claim and meeting with your adjuster (but do take initial steps to prevent additional damages).

Take pictures and email them to us.

If you're able, take photos or record a short video of the damage and email it to us. You can also show them to your claims adjuster when he or she arrives.

Once you've initiated a wind or hail damage claim, we'll process your claim as quickly as possible and work with you to create a timeline for repairs. If you have wind or hail damage to your home, give us a call to start your claim.