Minnesota’s volatile climate can wreak havoc on the exterior, and sometimes even the structure of your home. Hail damage can ruin the shingles on your roof, causing water and ice to penetrate the surface. Wind damage can rip siding off of your home exposing your home to the harsh Minnesota elements. Tornados can cause serious structural damage that can make your home unlivable.
Lance Rosenberg Construction understands what an overwhelming experience storm damage can be. That is why we want to make the storm damage process as painless as possible. We will be with you from start to finish, and all of our staff are trained professionals with experience working with insurance companies.
Over the last decade Lance Rosenberg Construction has handled over a thousand personal homeowner insurance claims. Some of the insurance companies LRC has worked with include: State Farm, American Family, Auto Owners, Met Life, Chubb, Farmers, All State, Travelers and many more.
Lance Rosenberg Construction is also a GRIP Certified Inspector. GRIP (Globe Roof Inspection Program) is an independent third party that is hired by insurance companies to inspect storm damage caused from hail and wind.
Why is working with a GRIP Certified Inspector important? The Globe Roof Inspection Program gives homeowners an unbiased expert assessment, including electronic reports that can be emailed to you. All GRIP Certified Inspectors are trained professionals whose reports help insurance companies in determining the damage to the roof.
Do you have Ice Dams on the roof of your home? Ice Dams can cause serious structural damage to your home, and cause mold and mildew problems that are potentially harmful to you and your family.
Ice dams are usually caused by inadequate insulation, or poor ventilation in your attic or walls. Many times, this is a fairly inexpensive fix that will protect the structural integrity of your home for years to come.
How do you identify an ice dam? In the winter, if you have ice build up anywhere on top of your home’s roof, you more than likely have an ice dam problem. Ice dams are caused by heat escaping from your home, which melts the snow on your roof, and then freezes again. If your home is one of the only homes in the neighborhood without snow on it in the winter, you want to have a professional contractor take a look.
Call us at (952) 994.8852 or fill out our contact form for a free no obligation consultation, and get started on your project today.