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Wind & Hail Damage

The pictures below are from the July 2009 hail storm that was hard golf ball size hail.  Note the roof and trees. This is true hail damage that totaled many roofs.

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  • If your car was outside and was not dented, chances are, your roof did not sustain substantial hail damage.


  • If your roof does not look like the pictures above, it is very likely your roof is repairable.


  • It is important that you have the insurance company look at the roof first and then pass the inormation on to us.


  • It is best to have as few people on the roof as possible, as walking on the roof can cause damage.


  • Every year during hail season we see many roofs that are intentionally damaged (it’s very obvious) – please note, insurance companies may not pay for intentional damage.


  • Insurance companies pay to have roof repairs done, they have the right to inspect the roof to make sure the work has been done.


  • Insurance companies are communicating more often with each other in regards to previous claims to make sure work has been completed.


  • Beware of roofers who come knocking on your door.


  • If your insurance company tells you to “Have a roofer check your roof” CALL Agape Construction and Roofing. We’ll give a professional assessment of what repairs and work needs to be done.