Your roof is responsible for protecting your entire building. If it fails or sustains serious damage, it is not improbable that you could face compounding effects with your roofing structure, windows, siding, and more. To put a stop to the complications and expenses that can come from roofing damage, turn to Front Runner Roofing. Since 2019, we have been the go-to in Louisville, Lexington, and Shelbyville for restorations that can leave your home or business’s roof as good as new. Past customers have been impressed by our efficiency and speed, as well as the durability of our results. Find out more about their experiences with our roofing services by visiting our reviews page.
Protect Your Investment with Regular Roof Maintenance
Regular roof maintenance is essential to prolonging the lifespan of your roof and protecting your investment. Our team of experienced roofers in Louisville, KY can provide comprehensive roof maintenance services to ensure that your roof remains in optimal condition.
Benefits of regular roof maintenance include:
- Identifying and addressing minor issues before they become major problems
- Preventing leaks and water damage
- Extending the lifespan of your roof
- Preserving the structural integrity of your home
- Saving money on costly repairs or premature roof replacement
When repair expenses are stacking up and you know you should do something about your roof’s condition, you might find yourself wondering whether to restore or replace it. While no two situations are the same, there are key factors you can consider while determining which path to take.
First and foremost, you ought to consider whether the issues with your roof are aesthetic or structural. Leaks or water damage that threaten the integrity of its structure require a full replacement. Widespread issues with the aesthetic of your roof such as cracked, missing, or otherwise damaged materials, are things restoration can fix.
Similarly, if one area of your roof continues to have issues despite repairs, restoration is likely the best solution. This is because restoring a localized area is going to be much cheaper and take less time than a full replacement.
Other important factors to consider include your roof’s age and the projected lifespan of your materials, the time of year, and the cost benefits from energy efficiency and reduced expenses that either restoration or replacement would offer.
We know all of this might sound complicated, and that is why we are here to help. Consult with us today about whether restoration or replacement is right for you. We take pride in being honest and straightforward, so you can make an informed decision that is budget friendly now and cost-effective in the future.
“They did an excellent job in a timely manner the workers were nice they did their job cleaned up and was satisfied. Great job Front Runner Roofing I will tell everybody I know that needs a roof.”Brenda F.
Unfortunately, a sudden storm or unexpected disaster could do a number on your roof and leave your home or business vulnerable to water damage. In these time-sensitive situations, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are proud to offer fast and effective remediation and repair services that can protect your property from further damage. From holes and leaks to missing materials, we have you covered. After the clouds have cleared, we would be glad to assess the situation and make our honest recommendation for how to go about restoring your roof’s integrity.
How long do I have to file an insurance claim?
You may have one year from the date of the storm to file a claim. However, don’t wait that long. Because every policy is different, it is important to check your coverage and act quickly.
Does my homeowner's insurance cover flood damage?
Probably not. Storm damage is defined as “the destructive result of weather-related events.” Storm insurance typically covers rain, snow, hail, or wind damage. Flood insurance is a separate policy that you may or may not have.
We are moving soon, can storm damage impact resale value?
Yes. And more than resale value, you likely won’t be able to sell your home until you repair any storm damage. A home inspection is a regular part of the buying/selling process, and any damage must be repaired before you can sell.
I have storm damage from the last storm here, where do I start?
Start by taking photos of any damage you can see from the ground, then call a local roofing contractor for a full roof inspection. Once you discuss their findings you can begin to file a claim with your insurance company and start the repair process.
We can do more than just restore your roof. In fact, we can help you cover the costs. If the weather or some kind of disaster has damaged your roof, let us assist you in making an insurance claim. Below is a list of things we can do to ease the stress of filing.
- Inspect the damage to determine its scope and what repairs are necessary.
- Fill out an official damage assessment report, which will be crucial for making a claim.
- Meet with the adjuster to review their estimate and advocate for fair compensation.
- Communicate directly with your insurance company about the damage and repairs so you do not have to.
Making an insurance claim is often difficult, but we can take the load off. We are HAAG-certified inspectors and have years of experience guiding customers through the claims process. Check out our insurance claim page to learn more about how our team at Front Runner Roofing can help you cover the cost of your restoration project.
Call Front Runner Roofing Today
For comprehensive roof restoration services in Louisville, Lexington, and Shelbyville, there is no one better than us. With years of experience and hundreds of satisfied customers, you can count on us to get your roof in top shape again. To get started, simply reach out to us by phone or submit our online contact form. We will be glad to speak with you about your project and develop a plan to restore your home or business’s roof.
Call (502) 743-4228 today!