Dallas, TX, October 02, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Castro Roofing introduced a new division of their company and with it, a new way to look at your roof.
When a storm hits areas like Texas, Kansas, Florida or Ohio, every roofing contractor comes knocking and so do the Storm Hawks from Castro roofing. There’s one major difference. Roof damage created by storms are not typical, storms do not create typical roofing problems, they create more significant and more dynamic issues that cannot be addressed or resolved by a standard roofing contractor.
A typical or standard roofing contractor generally does not posses the technical or legal background and expertise… nor do the have access to the specific tools required to actually find the majority of storm damage which is hidden.
The Storm Hawks have a few unique things that make them different from your typical contractor: The first is their equipment. With the help of infrared equipment and thermal scans (all military grade) the Storm Hawks can spot damage that no one else can.
Another service that the Storm Hawks offer is free video documentation of the company’s roof. The reason for this? To validate any potential claims to their insurance company. The Storm Hawks during their roof inspection, video all critical areas of the roof, document the current condition of the roof, then burn video clips and produce a customized DVD for the company. When coupled with the Storm Hawks report, (the average report being 50-100 pages long) it makes for a compelling argument, which will serve the company in ensuring the insurance company’s cooperation and ultimately, the acceptance of the claim being made.
“It’s these kinds of specific details that most owners or managers don’t comprehend but are critical to getting your claim justified. We’ve seen way too many repair or replacement claims declined by the insurance company because of this lack of detailed documentation. There’s absolutely no reason for it, especially when we can help.” -Rudy Rodriguez
Castro Roofing specializes in commercial roofing and is currently servicing Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Florida, Ohio, Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland and Delaware. For more information or the Storm Hawks brochure please send an e-mail to: email@example.com