Roofing materials are subject to damage from strong winds and flying debris. Generally, roofs are not designed to withstand winds of hurricane and tornado intensity. However, roofs may also be damaged by winds of moderate intensity, with gusts that may reach 50 to 75 miles per hour. The primary cause of wind damage is from the partial vacuum created by wind blowing over the edge of the roof. Nature tries to neutralize the low-pressure area by bringing in air from a higher pressure area, usually from inside the building. This air pushes up on the bottom side of the roof assembly and, over time, loosens fasteners and breaks the adhesion making the roof susceptible to damage from the next moderate or strong wind. If you have suffered property damages from a wind storm in Miami or Ft. Lauderdale, let the experts of Countywide Public Adjusters help you file or re-open your claim.
Countywide Public Adjusters is an experienced Licensed Public Adjusting firm which has provided assistance to homeowners and businesses in settling their claims by assessing and documenting every detail of the damage/loss sustained.
We specialize in:
- Receiving a fair settlement
- Helping our clients recover financially through insurer payout of their claim.
Therefore, put the expertise of Countywide Public Adjusters on your side.