Things to Know About Storm Damage Restoration for Your Home
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Things to Know About Storm Damage Restoration for Your Home

As we experience increasingly volatile seasons in Minnesota, a severe storm could damage your home or building in a blink of an eye, which is why it’s important to keep all of your exteriors well maintained.

For example, a roofing issue you’ve been ignoring that’s put through a storm’s wrath can lead to further damage to the structure’s interiors – damage that your insurance company may not cover if they notice the roof neglect.

No matter what you’re dealing with in the aftermath of storm damage, it doesn’t have to be a stressful process to restore your home or commercial property. But if you’ve dealt with storm damage in the past or witnessed a home where it wreaked havoc, you do understand the need to act fast and hire a professional storm damage provider for restoration work.

At Roofers of Minnesota, we are always in a position to help bring your home or building back to its original glory – or better!

To show our commitment to helping people recover from storm damage, our restoration experts have curated some important things you should know about storm damage restoration.

Seek Storm Damage Restoration Professionals

Apart from the physical damage after storm damage, it would be best if you took appropriate safety measures to protect yourself and the people around you from further hazards.

To protect yourself from further harm, you need a storm damage expert to check out the following.

Fallen Power Cables

Be careful not to step on fallen power lines or stand on wet areas that could have some electric current. Quickly reach out for storm damage help to check out the extent of the damage.


Another aspect of your home that requires diligent inspection after storm damage is your plumbing network. Check the pipes in your home, and shut off water lines.

Your sewage system might also be affected by the storm, and it’s better you get a professional to check that out.


The roof is usually the worst hit when there is an incidence of storm damage. You often have cases of missing shingles, gutter damage, and damaged chimneys. Professional roofers will help you check for any missing shingles or damaged areas.

Contact Your Insurance Provider

Another way to ensure that your storm damage restoration drive gets off to a healthy start is to invite your insurance broker. But before you do this, take images and short video coverage of all damages for record purposes.

If your insurance agent is not physically located in your city, take some quick photos and short videos and send them to them quickly. By doing this, your storm damages stand a chance of being covered by your insurance brokers.

Other Safety Measures to Note

  1. All electrical appliances should be disconnected from their power source.
  2. Avoid electric fences.
  3. Check for sparks.
  4. Avoid clearing falling trees along power lines.

Professional Storm Damage Restoration Services in Minnesota

When you talk about damages caused by ill weather conditions such as hurricanes, hail, storms, lightning strikes, thunderstorms, high winds, etc, we have seen it all.

We have a team of experts with proof of work spread across the Twin Cities who will help you with storm restoration for your home.

Quickly get in touch today using our contact form or give us a quick call at 612-205-4791.

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